On November 23, the Chinese Academy of Engineering announced the latest results of its academician election, with 16 foreign academicians elected, including Professor Ranjith Pathegama Gamage from Monash University in Australia, who is also an Honorary Professor at Central South University.
Professor Ranjith Pathegama Gamage currently serves as a professor at Monash University in Australia and an honorary professor at Central South University. As an internationally renowned expert in rock mechanics and energy engineering, he has pioneered innovative developments in rock mechanics in the energy field, as well as technological advancements in shale gas extraction, geothermal energy development, and carbon dioxide geological storage. Professor Gamage is also a fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, a foreign fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering, and the founding editor of Geomechanics and Geophysics for Geo-Energy and Geo-Resources. He has received numerous honors. He has been recognized as one of Australia's top nine leading scholars by the Australian Research Council and the Global Field Leader in Mining and Mineral Resources by the Australian, and awarded the Elsevier-Scopus Excellence in Sustainability Research Award and the Australian Future Fellowship Award by the Australian Research Council.
(First review: Wang Xinyao. Second review: Wang Xuan. Third review: Wang Jianxiang)
Source: School of Resources and Safety Engineering. Author: Li Diyuan
Original article link: https://news.csu.edu.cn/info/1002/157475.htm