Na Cai, Ph.D.

 


Na Cai, Ph.D.

Instructor

School of Medical Imaging

Tianjin Medical  University

1 Guangdong Road

Tianjin 300203

Phone: +86-22-60357141

Email: caina302@aliyun.com

 

Education

B.S.    Anshan Normal University, Anshan, China, 2003

M.D.   Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, 2007

Ph.D.  Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, 2010

 

Professional Experience

2010-            Instructor, School of Medical Imaging, Tianjin Medical University, Tianjin, China

 

Honors

1.        The Instructor of the Contemporary Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling 2017 (National second prize).

2.        The Instructor of the Contemporary Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling 2016 (Award for the best entry).

3.        Second prize in the science group of the 12th youth teachers' teaching basic skills competition in Tianjin.

4.        Third prize of the 12th youth teachers' teaching basic skills competition of Tianjin medical university.

5.        2013-2014 Excellent class tutor. Tianjin Medical University.

 

Publication

1.        Cai Na, Li Wuquan, Jing Yuanwei, Zhang Siying. Finite-time generalized synchro- nization of chaotic systems with different order. Nonlinear Dynamics, 2011, 64: 385-393. (First author)

2.        Cai Na, Jing Yuanwei, Zhang Siying. Generalized Projective synchronization of Different Chaotic Systems Based on Antisymmetric structure. Chaos Solitons & Fractals. 2009, 42(2): 1190-119. (First author)

3.        Cai Na, Jing Yuanwei, Zhang Siying. Modified projective synchronization of chaotic systems with disturbances via active sliding mode control. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 2010, 15(6): 1613-1620. (First author)

4.        Cai Na, Jing Yuanwei, Zhang Siying. Synchronization of the Unified Chaotic Systems with Disturbance and Uncertainty. Chinese Control and Decision Conference, 2009, 804-808. (First author)

5.        Jing Yuanwei, Cai Na, Zhang Siying. Generalized projective synchronization of differ- rent chaotic   systems with disturbances based on the active sliding mode control. Chinese Control and Decision Conference 2009, 1513-1516. (Correspondence author)

 

                      

Grant

Ongoing:

Based on the pain of FMRI specific connection mode research primary somatosensory cortex,the Science Fund of Tianjin Medical University.