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Kuiying Yin, senior engineer, training object of "333 Project" in Jiangsu Province, and chief radar engineer of human-brain-muscle trisomy, cross-fusion of life science and information science, proposed using brain waves to interpret radar images, and led the research and development of 14 rhinoceros at CETC. Because of its great significance and outstanding scientific research achievements, they have entered the first batch of demonstration applications of civil-military integration.
She has received five National Science Funds, two Post-doctoral Funds, one National Defense Science and Technology Bureau Technology Reform Project, published more than 50 scientific papers and 1 translated book, and ranked No. 1 in China's "Brilliant Star Competition" in 2015.
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