Naixiang Feng
Professor, Institute of Light Metals Metallurgy, School of Metallurgy, Northeastern University
Niaxiang Feng started his career with Fushun Aluminum Smelter, China when he graduated from the Northeast University of Technology (now Northeastern University) in 1969. Since 1978, he has worked for the Northeastern University, where he is currently a professor of the Institute of Light Metals Metallurgy. Feng received his Ph.D. in 1988 from the Northeast University of Technology. His major field of interest has been research and development on the production of aluminum as well as other light metals of lithium, magnesium and titanium. Feng is the author or co-author of more than 300 scientific and technical papers, as well as two books on aluminum electrolysis. His research work has been appraised in the form of several national awards, and also the 2011 TMS Light Metals Subject Award – Aluminum Reduction Technology.