Associate Professor granted the L’Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science China Fellowship
Associate Professor Tao Xiaoming from the Department of Electronic Engineering has been awarded the L’Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science China Fellowship 2018. She is one of the ten female scientists being granted this honor.
Tao’s research area is the theory and key technologies of wireless multimedia communications.
The For Women in Science Program aims to recognize women researchers worldwide for their efforts and achievements in dealing with global challenges. The Program highlights excellence and potential by presenting the L’Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards, and granting the honors of International Rising Talents and National Fellowships.
Ten Fellowships are awarded annually to female researchers in China in life sciences, physical sciences, engineering and mathematics.
Writer: Zhu Lvhe