Professor Zhang Jun, adviser of doctoral students, dean of Graduate Department
Education and working experience
Professor Zhang Jun graduated from University of Science and Technology of China majoring in automated control in 1984. He was later sent to France to study sponsored by the government in 1985. He graduated in 1990 from Paris Dauphine University, and received a master's degree and Ph.D. in computer management. He lived in France from 1990 to 1995, and worked in Northern France Bank. In 1995 he returned to China, with an expert certification from the National Ministry of Personnel. After returning home, he served as an official of the Ministry of Information Industry and as senior executive for a number of private companies. In 2002 he transferred to Capital University of Economics and Business, served as the dean of Department of Software, School of Information; vice president of School of Information, director of the Professional Master Education Center. Currently he is the professor of School of Information, adviser of doctoral and graduate students, director of Graduate School and secretary-general of school Degree Evaluation Committee.
His research mainly involves management science and application of information technology in management.
He has directed the design, development, project management and integration of multiple large-scale information systems, involving public security, banking and securities industries. He also presided over the completion of two National Natural Science Foundation projects, participating in a number of national, provincial and ministerial scientific research projects, and completed two projects commissioned by State Council Development Research Center. He had two monographs issued and a number of theses published in authoritative and core journals. Now he is the evaluation expert for communication of National Natural Science Foundation.