Ying Fan , Ph.D., is professor and Ph.d supervisor of School of electrical engineering, Southeast University, IET fellow, IEEE senior member, IEEE VTS Distinguished Lecture, and deputy director of clean energy vehicle research institute, Southeast University. She focused on teaching and research in the fields of electric vehicle motor drive system, robot servo drive control, new motor design analysis and drive control. PI for 4 general projects of NSFC, 1 aviation funding, 1 open funding of State Key Laboratory of automobile safety and energy saving of Tsinghua University, 2 Graduate Research and practical innovation plans of graduate training and innovation project of Jiangsu Province, and participated in 1 major project of NSFC; CI for more than 20 projects, including 2 of 973 sub projects, 1 key project of National Natural Science Foundation of China and 1 of 863 project. She has published more than 40 SCI papers in IEEE Transactions on industrial electronics, IEEE Transactions on industrial applications, IEEE Transactions on energy conversion and other international authoritative journals, more than 60 EI papers, one translation book, and more than 30 authorized invention patents. She has won one first prize of natural science of the Ministry of education, one first prize of achievements in graduate education reform in Jiangsu Province, and one second prize of scientific and technological progress in Jiangsu Province; Won 1 teaching achievement award of Southeast University and participated in 5 teaching reform projects; The first Ph.d under her guidance won the Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Award of Jiangsu Province. In 2021, She was selected as the world's top 2% scientist (singleyr). She was the organizer and reviewer of the 40th IEEE Annual Conference on industrial applications, and the reviewer of IEEE tie, IEEE TPE, ieeetvt, IEEE Tec, Chinese Journal of electrical engineering and other domestic and foreign journals. She has participated in many international conferences in this field and read papers. From June 23 to 25, 2012, She went to the University of Sheffield Department of electronic and electrical engineering in the UK for academic visit and exchange. On June 26, 2012, She visited the Department of energy technology of orbo University in Denmark and was invited to make a report. From September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2015, She was funded by the "visiting scholar" program of CSC to visit WEMPEC, the University of Wisconsin-Madison.