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Paul J. D’Ambrosio(德安博)

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Paul J. D’Ambrosio

德安博 

Department of Philosophy

Chinese Philosophy                      

Phone:  (86) 13818005434

East China Normal University 华东师范大学                  pauljdambrosio@hotmail.com

Shanghai, China                                                                                             

 

Citizenship:         

United States of America

 

Current Position:               

Assistant Professor in Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy (讲师)

“Morning Star” Scholar (晨光学者)

Dean of the Center for Intercultural Research, Translating, and Teaching (主任:跨文化中西)

 

Specialization:    

Chinese Philosophy; Comparative (East-West) Philosophy; Ethics; Conceptions of the Self

 

Competence:       

Continental Philosophy; Existentialism; Theories of Justice

 

Work Experience:

 

Assistant Professor, East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2015-Present

 

“Morning Star” Scholar (晨光学者), East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2015-Present

 

Adjunct Lecturer, Merrimack College (USA), 2013-Present

 

Adjunct Lecturer, Fudan University 复旦大学, 2013-2015

 

Adjunct Lecturer, East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2013-2015

 

Post-Doctoral Researcher East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2013-2015

 

Adjunct Lecturer, National University of Ireland, 2012-2013 

 

Education:

 

Post-Doctorate, Chinese Philosophy, East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2015

 

Ph.D., Philosophy, National University of Ireland, 2013

Thesis title: “Hypocrisy, Lying, and Deception in Early Chinese Philosophy”

 

M.A., Philosophy, Brock University, 2007 (Graduated with High Honors)
  Concentrations: Chinese Thought, Comparative Philosophy, Continental Philosophy
  Dissertation: “Dao Ma?: A 'Multiple Blend’ Metaphorical Analysis of Thirteen Images in the Daodejing”

 

B.A., Philosophy, Merrimack College, 2006 (Graduated with Honors)

 

Honors, Awards, Grants:

 

East China Normal University Editing Grant. Awarded by East China Normal University (2016-2017) 60,000 RMB

 

East China Normal University Translation Grant. Awarded by East China Normal University (2016-2017) 100,000 RMB

 

East China Normal University Translation Grant. Awarded by East China Normal University (2016-2018) 150,000 RMB

 

晨光 (Chenguang Research Grant Project). Awarded by the Shanghai Municipal Government (2016-2018) 20,000rmb

 

SDX Joint Publishing Grant for Translation (2016) 40,000 RMB

 

East China Normal University Translation Grant. Awarded by East China Normal University (2016-2017) 100,000 RMB

 

East China Normal University Translation Grant. Awarded by East China Normal University (2015-2016) 100,000 RMB

 

Chinese Social Sciences Press Grant for Translation (2015-2016) 160,000 RMB

 

Zhonghua Publishing Group Grant for Translation. (2014-2016) 100,000 RMB

 

The Deng Delong Grant for Translation. (2015-2016) 150,000 RMB

 

East China Normal University Translation Grant. Awarded by East China Normal University (2014-2015) 100,000 RMB

 

The Deng Delong Grant for Translation. (2014-2015) 50,000 RMB

 

Chinese Post-Doctorate Research Grant 中国博士后科学基金. Awarded by the Chinese Government (2014-2015) 50,000 RMB

 

Chinese Government Scholarship for Post-Doctorate research at East China Normal University 华东师范大学. Awarded by the Chinese Government (2013-2015) 3,000 RMB/month

 

East China Normal University Translation Grant. Awarded by East China Normal University华东师范大学(2013-2014) 100,000 RMB

 

Daoist Center Translation Grant. Awarded by Peking University 北京大学 (2013-2014) 70,000 RMB

 

Chinese Government Scholarship (Full Tuition plus Stipend) for Language Studies at Renmin University (人民大学). Awarded by the Chinese Government (2007-2008) 1,800 RMB/month

 

Brock University Academic Excellence Award (2007)

 

Full Scholarship plus Stipend for Masters Degree at Brock University, Awarded by Brock University (2006-2007)

 

SUNY Ninash Foundation East-West Philosophy Award (Best East-West Presentation) (2006)

 

John Warren Philosophy Award for the Top Student Graduating in Philosophy, Merrimack College (2006)

 

Books:

 

(with Hans-Georg Moeller) Genuine Pretending: On the Philosophy of the Zhuangzi. Columbia University Press, 2017.

 

(ed., with Michael Sandel) Encountering China: Michael Sandel and Chinese Philosophy. Harvard University Press, 2017.

 

(chief trans.) Studies in Contemporary Chinese Philosophy (当代中国哲学研究) by Guo Qiyong  (Brill 2017) (with Robert Carleo, et al.)

Funded by China Social Sciences Press

 

(chief trans.) The Core Values of Chinese Civilization (中国文明的核心价) by Chen Lai  (Springer, 2017) (with Robert Carleo, Chad Meyers, Joanna Guzowska)

Funded by SDX Joint Publishing

 

(trans.) A Contemporary Interpretation of the Laozi (老子今注今) by Chen Guying

(Forthcoming 2017) (with Robert Carleo)

Funded by Zhonghua Publishing Group

 

(chief trans.) Outlines of Philosophy (哲学) by Li Zehou (with Joanna Guzowska and Daniel Sarafinas)

(Forthcoming 2017)

Funded by Shanghai Municipal Government

 

(chief trans.) Ethics and Existence (理与存在) by Yang Guorong 国荣

(Forthcoming 2017) (With Robert Carleo)

Funded by East China Normal University 华东师范大学

 

(trans.) A Response to Michel Sandel and Other Matters (桑德及其他) by Li Zehou  (Philosophy East and West, October, 2016. 66(4): 1068-1147) (With Robert Carleo) (A&HCI)

Funded by Deng Delong

 

(trans.) On Human Action and Practical Wisdom (践智慧) by Yang Guorong 国荣

(Brill, 2016) (edited by Sarah Flavel)

Funded by East China Normal University 华东师范大学

 

(trans.) Rediscovering the Roots of Chinese Thought: Laozi’s Philosophy  (老庄新) by Chen Guying  (Three Pines Press, 2015)

Funded by Peking University 北京大学

 

Publications (Referred Articles):

 

“The Phenomenology of Spirit and the Daoist Sage” Comparative and Continental Philosophy, (forthcoming: 2017)

 

(With Robert Carleo and Andrew Lambert) “On Li Zehou’s Philosophy: An Introduction by Three Translators” Philosophy East and West, October, 2016. 66(4): 1057-1067 (A&HCI)

 

“Approaches to Global Ethics: Michael Sandel’s Justice and Li Zehou’s Harmony” Philosophy East and West, July: 2016. 66(3): 720-738. (A&HCI)

 

“Against Individualism and Comparing the Philosophies of Rosemont and Sandel” Comparative and Continental Philosophy, July 2016. 8(2): 224-235.

 

“Guo Xiang on Self-So Knowledge” Asian Philosophy, May 2016. 26(2): 119-132. (A&HCI)

 

“Wei-Jin Period Xuanxue ‘Neo-Daoism’: Reworking the Relationship between Confucian and Daoist Themes” Philosophy Compass, November 2016. Volume 11, Issue 11: 621-631.

 

“Authenticity in the Zhuangzi? Contemporary Misreadings of Zhen  and an Alternative to Existentialism” Frontiers of Philosophy in China, October 2015. 10(3): 353-379.

 

“The Value of Falsity in the Mencius: Early Confucianism is not Consequentialism” International Communication of Chinese Culture, July 2015. 2: 137-145.

 

庄子哲学中生命的问题:真的假装” (How One Should Live According to the Zhuangzi: Genuine Pretending) Translated by Zhou Hang 周航, Shangqiu Normal University Journal (商丘范学院) April 2015. 31:4. 29-32.

 

“Gender in Chinese Philosophy” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, [8,000 words] (2014) (With Shen Lijuan )

 

“Blending dao: An Analysis of Images in the Daodejing” Journal of Daoist Studies volume 7, February 2014. 1-27.

 

“Rethinking Environmental Issues in a Daoist Context: Why Daoism Is and Is Not Environmentalism” Environmental Ethics volume 35.4, Winter 2013. 401-417. (SCCI)

 

“Students Feed Monkeys for Education: Using the Zhuangzi to Communicate in a Contemporary System of Education,” Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy, December 2007

 

“The Universe is a Finger, All Things are a Horse: A Daoist Critique of the Primacy of Aristotle’s Principle of Non-Contradiction,” SUNY Oneonta Philosophy Journal, 2006

 

Publications (Book Chapters):

 

“Satisfaction, Genuine Pretending, and Perfection: A Daoist Response to Michael Sandel” in Encountering China: Michael Sandel and Chinese Philosophy. Edited by Michael Sandel and Paul J. D’Ambrosio. Harvard University Press. 2017.

 

“A Sandelian Response to Confucian Role Ethics” in Encountering China: Michael Sandel and Chinese Philosophy. Edited by Michael Sandel and Paul J. D’Ambrosio. Harvard University Press. 2017.

 

“’大象’ – 《道德》中的意象分析” (‘Holding the Great Image of Dao’: Analyzing Metaphors in the Daodejing’) Translated by Zhao Fengfang 峰芳, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 社科院: Beijing 2015.

 

“Chinese Philosophy Looks at Girls” in Girls and Philosophy Edited by Richard Greene. Open Court: Chicago 2015. (With Robert Carleo)

 

“Going Along – A Daoist Alternative to Role Ethics” in Landscape and Travelling East and West: A Philosophical Journey. Edited by Hans-Georg Moeller and Andrew Whitehead. Bloomsbury Academic: London 2014.

 

"How Confucian Role Ethics Deal with Corruption: Excavating some of the Advantages of Role Ethics as a Modern Moral Alternative” in ACTA: Proceedings of the Quadricentennial International Philosophy Congress (Thomism and Asian Cultures: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across Civilizations. Edited by Alfredo P. Co and Paolo A. Bolaños. UST Publishing House: Manila. 2012

 

 “The Role of a Pretending Tree: Hermits, Social Constructs and ‘Self’ in the Zhuangzi” in Identity in Eastern and Western Philosophies. Edited by Jason Dockstader, Hans-Georg Moeller, and Günter Wohlfart. Nordhausen: Bautz. 2012.

 

 “From Foolish Laughter to Foolish Laughter: Zhuangzi’s Perspectivism Leads to Laughter.” in Laughter in Eastern and Western Philosophies. Edited by Hans-Georg Moeller and Günter Wohlfart. Freiburg, Munich: Karl Alber, 2010. 49-59.

 

“Footprints in the Water: Assessment in the Zhuangzi” in Traces of Humanism in China: Tradition and Modernity Edited by Carmen Meinet. New York: Columbia University Press. 2010. 63-81

 

Publications (Book Reviews):

 

“Book Review: Confucian Propriety and Ritual Learning: A Philosophical Interpretation.” By Geir Sigurðsson” Philosophy East and West (forthcoming: 2017) (A&HCI)

 

“Book Review: A Response to Sandel and Other Matters 桑德及其他, by Li Zehou” Journal of Chinese Philosophy (forthcoming 2017) (A&HCI)

 

“Book Review: Trying not to Try, by Edward Slingerland” Philosophy East and West, (forthcoming: 2016) (A&HCI)

 

“Book Review: The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life, by Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh. Dao: Journal of Chinese Philosophy December 2016. 15(1) 145-147. (A&HCI)

 

“Book Review: A Study of Wei-Jin Period Moral Philosophy 魏晋玄学道德研究, by Shang Jianfei.” Dao: Journal of Chinese Philosophy January 2016. 15(1) 145-147. (A&HCI)

 

“Book Review: Yinyang: The Way of Heaven and Earth in Chinese Thought and Culture, by Robin Wang” Philosophy East and West January 2016. 66(1) 351-353.  (A&HCI)

 

“Book Review: A Compendium of Wei-Jin Period Philosophy 魏晋玄学会要, by Xu Guorong Dao: Journal of Chinese Philosophy October 2015. 10(3) 473-474

 

“Book Review: Hanfeizi’s Political Thought 非子的政治思想, by Jiang Zhongyue” Dao: Journal of Chinese Philosophy volume XIII, no. 2, June 2014. 273-275. (A&HCI)

 

“Book Review: China: The Political Philosophy of the Middle Kingdom, by Tongdong Bai.” Monumenta Serica - Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Berlin: 2013

 

“Book Review: Chinese Identities, Ethnicity and Cosmopolitanism, by Chan Kwok-bun.” Asian Ethnicity. Routledge House, June 2013. 574-575

 

“Book Review: Virtue, Nature, and Moral Agency in the Xunzi, Edited by T.C. Kline III and Philip J. Ivanhoe.” Monumenta Serica - Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Berlin: 2008.

 

 “Book Review: Ziporyn, Brook. The Penumbra Unbound: The Neo-Taoist Philosophy of Guo-Xiang.” Dao: Journal of Chinese Philosophy, December 2007. 137-40

 

Conferences Organized:

 

“Michael Sandel and Chinese Philosophy.” East China Normal University, Shanghai, China (March 2016) (With Michael Sandel)

 

Invited Talks and Conference Papers:

 

哲学国 (Globalized Philosophy)” 哲学地 (Mapping Philosophy) 首都范大学 (Beijing Capital Normal University), Beijing (November 2016)

 

“Imagination as an Alternative to Imagination: A Critique of Confucian Cultivation in the Zhuangzi” Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA (June 2016)

 

“A Wider Space for One’s Place: Contemporary Challenges to Confucianism and a Communitarian Response” The 11th East-West Philosophers Conference, East-West Center, Honolulu, USA (May 2016)

 

“On Zhenuine Pretending as an Alternative to Sincerity” The 21th Bi Annual Meeting of the Academie du Midi, Alet-les-Bains, France (May 2016) (with Hans-Georg Moeller)

 

庄子中的真?” (On Zhen in the Zhuangzi), 老庄思想的多性和道家文化的多元化 (Diversity in Daoist Thought and Pluralistic Daoist Cultures), 北京大学道家研究中心 (Peking University Center for Daoist Research), Shijiazhuang, China (May 2016)

 

“The Philosophy of Genuine Pretending in the Zhuangzi” Singapore-Hong Kong-Macau Synposium on Chinese Philosophy. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (April 2016)

 

“Three Challenges to Confucian Role Ethics and a Communitarian Response” Michael Sandel and Chinese Philosophy. East China Normal University, Shanghai, China (March 2016)

 

“An Alternative to Authenticity in the Zhuangzi” Eastern American Philosophical Association Conference, Washington DC, USA (January 2016)

 

“Inner Sage Outer Sex: Genuine Pretending and Gender Neutrality in the Zhuangzi” International Forum on Gender and Religion in China: A Dialogue between Texts and Contexts. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (December 2015) (with Hans-Georg Moeller)

 

在本真性代解’——当代西方《庄子》的研究动态” (Reading “Zhen” in the Age of Authenticity: On the State of Zhuangzi Studies in Western Scholarship) 第七届两岸国学论坛, Xiamen University of Technology 理工学院, Xiamen (November 2015)

 

用社群主来支撑中国儒家理” (The Ethics of Roles: A Communitarian Bolstering of Confucianism) –“契与当代中国哲学暨冯契先生辰百年念会(International Conference on Feng Qi and Contemporary Chinese Philosophy in Honor of the Centennial Anniversary of His Birthday), East China Normal University, Shanghai (November 2015)

 

从比哲学到国哲学” (From Comparative to International Philosophy) Feng Qi Speaker Series, East China Normal University, Shanghai (October 2015)

 

“Footnoting a Master? Translating Li Zehou” Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii (October 2015)

 

“Confucianism in Contemporary Contexts: Li Zehou and 21st Century Philosophy” Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii (October 2015)

 

“Lying in Context” (Socrates Meets Confucius – The Third International Symposium on Chinese-Greek Philosophy 格拉底相遇孔子) Qufu Normal University, Qufu, China (June 2015)

 

“ (Hypocrisy in Pre-Qin Thought: Drawing Out Similarities Between Early Daoist and Confucian Thought) 第二届新子学 (The 2nd International Symposium of Xinzixue) 先秦子研究中心 Center for Pre-Qin Studies, Shanghai, China (April 2015)

 

“A Daoist Critique of (Confucianism as) Virtue Ethics” International Conference on De  (Virtue) and Mei  (Beauty) in Chinese Philosophy, Ca’Foscari University of Venice, Italy (March 2015)

 

“All Lies are Good (and Evil)” Kennesaw State University Mike Ryan Lecture Series, Kennesaw, USA (January 2015)

 

“Justice vs. Harmony: Approaches to Global Ethics” APA Eastern American Philosophical Association Conference, Philadelphia, USA (December 2014)

 

“A New Metaphysics of Confucian Ethics: Rights, Emotions and Pluralism” International Conference on Metaphysics, Shanghai, China (December 2014)

 

儒家道德:正与和” (Confucian Ethics: Justice and Harmony) 第二届学与当代中国 (The 2nd Symposium on China Studies) Beijing, China (October 2014)

 

“Li Zehou’s Historical Approach to Global Ethics” World Consortium for Research in Confucian Cultures, Honolulu, Hawaii (October 2014)

 

理与人关系” (Ethics and Human Relations) 念孔子2565周年国术讨论 (International Symposium in Commemorating the 2565th Anniversary of Confucius’ Birthday, The 5th Meeting of International Confucian Association) Beijing, China (September 2014)

 

“’大象’” (Grasping Laozi’s Dao) 第四届洛阳老子文化论坛 (The Fourth Conference of Laozi Culture) Luoyang, China (September 2014)

 

“Confucian Ethics is Not Virtue Ethics: On the Literal Meaning of “Ethics”  in Classical Chinese Thought” 1st International Hellenic-Chinese Conference of Philosophy: Happiness and Virtue in East and West, Thessaloniki, Greece (June 2014)

 

“Guo Xiang on Wisdom: Vanishing into Intrinsic Intelligible Tendencies” The 20th Bi Annual Meeting of the Academie du Midi, Alet-les-Bains, France (June 2014)

 

“The Dangers of Harmony: Finding a Role for Relationships in Modern China” Body, Gender, and Philosophy East and West, Beijing (June 2014)

 

“Deception and Morality in the Mengzi 孟子: Falsity and Consequentialism in Early Chinese

Thought” The 1st Annual International Conference on Philosophy: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow, Singapore (December 2013)

 

西方化的儒家” (The Westernization of Confucian Ethics) 代化与全球化境中的

儒家 (On Ethics and Confucianism in the Era of Modernization and Globalization) Shanghai, China(November 2013)

 

“The Dilemma of Deception in Confucian Ethics” The 6th Session of the World Confucian Conference

世界儒家大会, Qufu, China (September 2013)

 

“Lying in the Mengzi: Why Falsity is Never an Appropriate Means to a End” The 9th Annual Midwest

Conference on Chinese Thought, Dayton, Ohio, USA (May 2013)

 

“Children of Dao: A Daoist Alternative to Role Ethics,” The 19th Bi Annual Meeting of the Academie du Midi, Alet-les-Bains, France (May 2012)

 

 “Confucian Ethics in the Modern World: Role Ethics in Dialogue with Deontological and Utilitarian Narratives,” A Quadricentennial Philosophy Congress, Manila, Philippines (May 2011)

 

“The Debate on ‘Corruption’ in Confucian Morality: Discussing the Possibility for a Confucian World Ethic,” The 10th East-West Philosophers Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, USA (May 2011)

 

“The Role of a Pretending Tree: Hermits, Social Constructs, and ‘Self’ in the Zhuangzi,” The 18th Bi

Annual Meeting of the Academie du Midi, Alet-les-Bains, France (May 2010)

 

“Running from the Guards: How Daoism Deals with Ethics” The First Meeting of the Chinese Daoist Salon, Phoenix City, Zhengzhou, China (March 2010)

 

“Zhuangzi’s Ethics: As Easy as Hard and White,” The Fifth International Daoist Studies Conference,

Wudangshan, China (June 2009)

 

“From Foolish Laughter to Foolish Laughter: Zhuangzi Perspectivism Leads to Laughter,” The 17th Bi Annual Meeting of the Academie du Midi, Alet-les-Bains, France (May 2008)

 

“The Universe is a Finger, All Things are a Horse: A Daoist Critique of the Primacy of Aristotle’s

Principle of Non-Contradiction,” SUNY Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, Oneonta, New York, USA (April 2006)

 

“The Universe is a Finger, All Things are a Horse: A Daoist Critique of the Primacy of Aristotle’s

Principle of Non-Contradiction,” The New England Undergraduate Philosophy Conference Providence, Rode Island, USA (April 2006)

 

Graduate Level Teaching Experience:

      

       Topics in Pre-Qin School of Names Philosophy; East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2016

 

Moral Philosophy from a Comparative Perspective (Language of Instruction: English and Chinese); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2016

 

Daoist Philosophies 道家专题 (Language of Instruction: English and Chinese); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2015

 

古代中国哲学逻辑发 (The Development of Philosophical Concepts in Ancient China) (Language of Instruction: Chinese); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2015

 

古代哲学专题:《庄子》 (Topics in Classical Chinese Philosophy: the Zhuangzi) (Language of Instruction: Chinese); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2015

 

Topics in Wei-Jin Philosophy; Six Dynasties Summer School, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2015

 

中西比哲学 (Comparative Philosophy) (Language of Instruction: Chinese); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2014, 2016

 

Wei-Jin Period “Dark Learning” (魏晋玄学) (Language of Instruction: English); Fudan University 复旦大学, 2014, 2015

 

名教与自然 (The School of Doctrines vs. Naturalism in Medieval Chinese Philosophy) (Language of Instruction: Chinese and English); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2014

 

PH: 6025 Death and Dying (Co-taught); National University of Ireland, 2012

          

Undergraduate Teaching Experience:

 

       西方哲学典名著选读 (Classics of Western Philosophy) (Language of Instruction: Chinese); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2016

      

先秦子研究 (Pre-Qin Scholars) (Language of Instruction: Chinese); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2016

 

哲学概(A Survey of Moral Philosophy) (Language of Instruction: Chinese and English); East China Normal University 华东师范大学, 2015, 2016

 

PH: 112 Introduction to Philosophy; Merrimack College, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

 

PH: 2023 Chinese Philosophy; National University of Ireland, 2013

 

PH: 3006 Questions in Moral Theory (Co-Taught); National University of Ireland, 2013

 

Practical English; Agriculture and Science University of Beijing (科院), 2007-08

 

 

Professional Memberships:    

 

Member, World Consortium for Research in Confucianism (2014-Present)

 

Member and Organizer, The Chinese Daoist Salon, Phoenix City, Zhengzhou, China (2009-Present)

 

Member, Academie du Midi, Alet-les-Bains, France (2008-Present)

 

Member, Phi Sigma Tau International Honor Society in Philosophy (2004-2006)

 

 

Languages:

 

Native: English

Fluent: Modern Chinese

Proficient: Classical Chinese

 

                          

Academic References:

 

Dr. Michael J. Sandel

Professor of Government

Department of Government

Harvard University

Cambridge, MA

02138

Telephone: 1-617-495-2097

Email: msandel@gov.harvard.edu

 

Dr. Roger T. Ames

Professor of Philosophy

Department of Philosophy

University of Hawai’i at Manoa

Honolulu, HI

96822

Telephone: 808-956-7288

Email: rtames@hawaii.edu

 

Dr. Yang Guorong 国荣

Professor of Philosophy

East China Normal University

Shanghai, China

上海市行区川路500

华东师范大学网赌十大网站

Telephone: (86) 13022124035

Email: yangguorongecnu@163.com