North University of China (NUC), formerly known as North China Institute of Technology (1993-2004) and Taiyuan Institute of Machinery (1958-1992), is located in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province. NUC is a multi-disciplinary university, encompassing engineering, science, liberal arts, economics, management, law, and education. NUC occupies an area of 170 hectares, neighboring beautiful scenery of green mountains and a murmuring river. NUC consists of 13 schools and is authorized by the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council to offer 26 Ph.D programs, 82 Master programs and 62 Bachelor programs. There are over 2385 working staff at NUC, of which 5 are academicians of Chinese Academy of Engineering. Full time enrollment stands at 28 000, including 3 000 Ph.D. and Master Candidates. NUC features 16 State, Provincial or Ministerial key disciplines and houses State, Provincial, or Ministerial key laboratories, bases, and research centers, and NUC National Science Park. NUC has cultivated thousands of excellent talents in research and leaders in enterprises through 70 years since its foundation. NUC graduates are highly acclaimed by both employers and society at large. NUC has been undertaking over 3000 research projects ever since 2006 from state or enterprises, and the total fund for scientific and technological development reached 210 million RMB in 2010. NUC has achieved tremendous accomplishments in a great number of research projects, some of which have won high-level awards, including 2 State Technological Invention Prizes.
The following is the list of scholars from North University of China who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences