SFC INHOUSE PROFESSORS
JAN STAEL VON HOLSTEIN
Professor Jan was one of the professors in the working team which structured and created the new College and he has been on the advisory board since its start. He is now also in the international advisory board of D&A and director of SIMTEC. This year will see the start of a three year research project on Urban Vertical, Agriculture for the Plantagon Group from Sweden. I also hope to start some projects with the Volvo Ab Group on the future of transport.
Professor of School of Electronics and Information Engineering, Tongji University Director of Broadband Wireless Communication and Multimedia Laboratory; DAAD visiting scholar of Germany in 2005; Guest-professor of National Institute of Informatics in Japan. Research Fields: The theory and technology of broadband wireless communication (LTE Testing, vehicle communication/DSRC); Intelligent Transportation Video Information Processing and Sensing (video navigation system on-vehicle, active safety system of Intelligent Vehicle); Information design and application in the automotive and Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Associate Professor, School of Economics and Management, Tongji University ； Ph.D. in Management，M.S. in Philosophy，B.S. in Geography As a person in charge, had finished 16 research projects , and published more than 10 papers. Shanghai policy consultant Achievement Award, Tongji University Outstanding Paper Award, Tongji University Teaching Award and many other awards. Research Fields： Innovation and Research Management；Creative Industry and Creative City；City and regional development.
Dr. Matti Nojonen is a Tongji Aalto Professor of Management at the SFC. He is also a research fellow at Aalto University School of Business. He gained his M.A. in Sinology at Stockholm University and a Ph.D. in Economics and Business Administration at Helsinki School of Economics. His primary research interests are related to traditional Chinese strategic thinking and contemporary Chinese economic development models of different provinces in China.
Master of Electronics engineering and automation, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Doctor of Vehicle Engineering, School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University. Foreign Expert, Deputy Dean of School of Automotive Studies, Chair Professor in Automobile Marketing and Logistics of School of Automotive Studies, responsible for the teaching, cultivation and research projects of undergraduate and graduate students, Tongji University. Research Fields: Relative fields of Policy and industrialization of New Energy Vehicles, cutting-edge development, traditional marketing 4P theory, project management, product management, etc. of Automotive products.