Wenlong (Stephen) Shang is a PhD researcher at the Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College London. His doctoral research is fully funded by China Scholarship Council (CSC), and supervised by Professor Washington Ochieng, who is the Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng), Dr. Ke Han and Dr. Panagiodis Angeloudis.
Wenlong holds a Bachelor's degree in Management Science and Engineering (first class) from China University of Petroleum (East China) and an MSc degree in Management Science and Engineering (first class) from China University of Petroleum (Beijing). His research interests include network analysis and design, complex network theory, robustness measure, and large-scale optimization.
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