Ying Chen

Ying Chen

Financial Officer at University of Manitoba

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Location:
75 Chancellor's Circle, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
HQ Phone:
(204) 474-9603
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last updated 1/26/2018

General Information

Experience

Global Commodity Manager - Optics and Light Sources  - Agilent Technologies Inc.

Assistant Professor  - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Associate Professor  - China Agricultural University

Asia Supply Chain Manager CASPI  - Eastman Chemical Company

Information Technology Solutions Manager  - GE Capital Corporation

Senior Strategic Raw Material and Contract Manufacturing Service Buyer  - E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company

Asia Supply Chain Manager  - Kohler Co.

Associate Professor  - The University of Tokyo

Materials Scientist  - General Electric Company

Education

Bachelor of Science degree  - Department of Electronics Engineering

M.Sc. degree  - Beijing Agricultural Engineering University

Master Degree  - Telecommunication and Signal Processing from the Department of Electronics Engineering , Beijing Institute of Technology

Ms Chen  - Beijing LHWT MicroElectronics Co

PhD  - Department of Agricultural Engineering

Affiliations

Senior Fellow, Department of Electronic Materials Engineering  - RSPhysSE

Post-doctoral Fellow  - Polytechnic University

Technical Advisor  - Parkland Industrial Hemp Grower Inc.

Recent News  

Researcher - Ying Chen (Ph.D, P.Eng), http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~cheny/
Professor, Department of Biosystems Engineering, University of Manitoba Research Papers http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~cheny/Publications.htm 3. Sadek, M.A. and Y. Chen. 2014. Discrete Element Modeling of Hemp Particle Separation Using a 3D Vibratory Separator. Canadian Biosystems Engineering. 55: 2.23-2.31. (DIO: 10.7451/CBE.2013.55.2.23 48. Chen, Y., J. Liu and J. Gratton. 2004. Engineering perspectives of hemp plant, harvesting and processing in Canada - A review. Journal of Industrial Hemp. 9(2): 23-39. 51. Chen, Y., J. Gratton and J. Liu. 2004. Power requirements of hemp cutting and conditioning. Biosystems Engineering. 87(4): 417-424. 55. Chen, Y. and J. Liu. 2003. Development of a windrower for dual-purpose hemp (cannabis sativa). Canadian Biosystems Engineering. 45: 2.1-2.7.

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6. Winter freezing does help reduce compaction in heavy clay soil, regardless of the type of tillage, as Ying Chen, researcher at the University of Manitoba, demonstrated.

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Researcher - Ying Chen (Ph.D, P.Eng), http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~cheny/
Professor, Department of Biosystems Engineering, University of Manitoba Research Papers http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~cheny/Publications.htm 3. Sadek, M.A. and Y. Chen. 2014. Discrete Element Modeling of Hemp Particle Separation Using a 3D Vibratory Separator. Canadian Biosystems Engineering. 55: 2.23-2.31. (DIO: 10.7451/CBE.2013.55.2.23 48. Chen, Y., J. Liu and J. Gratton. 2004. Engineering perspectives of hemp plant, harvesting and processing in Canada - A review. Journal of Industrial Hemp. 9(2): 23-39. 51. Chen, Y., J. Gratton and J. Liu. 2004. Power requirements of hemp cutting and conditioning. Biosystems Engineering. 87(4): 417-424. 55. Chen, Y. and J. Liu. 2003. Development of a windrower for dual-purpose hemp (cannabis sativa). Canadian Biosystems Engineering. 45: 2.1-2.7.

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