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Luo Dingti:Vice President

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Name: Luo Dingti
Sex: Male
Nationality: Han
Native place: Liuyang, Hunan
Date of birth: 1963
Political affiliation: Party member of the CPC
Education qualification: doctoral graduate
Position and title: Member of Standing Committee of CPC Committee, Vice President, professor, doctoral supervisor

Education background and work experience:

He graduated from the Department of Mathematics at Hunan Normal University in 1983;
He received master’s degree of science from the Institute of Mathematics from Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1991;
He received a doctorate degree of management from Southeast University in 2002;
He served as lecturer, director of Teaching and Research Department, deputy director of Personnel Department, vice minister of Organization Department, director of Degree office and vice chancellor in Zhuzhou Institute of Technology. In April 2006, he was the member of the Party Committee and vice chancellor of Hunan University of Technology. He was responsible for the management of Graduate School, The Continuing Education Institute, Retirement office, Library, The Archives Room, and the Alumni Secretariat. At the same time, he is responsible for contacting College of Computer and College of Law. He also served as the vice Chairman of Hunan Institute of Systems Engineering.
He has won the second prize of Philosophy and Social Science of Jiangsu Province, the third prize of Philosophy and Social Science of Hunan Province, and second, third prize of China National Packaging Corporation Technology Progress Award. He participated in 3 projects under the National Natural Science Foundation and hosted 3 projects at provincial and ministerial level.

He has published 2 monographs and published over 30 academic papers. He is now a leading academic leader in business administration.
Research directions: singularity theory, securities investment analysis, supply chain management and principal-agent theory.