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Sanli Li (Chinese: 李三立; pinyin: Lǐ Sānlì, born August 24, 1935), academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), professor of Tsinghua University, dean and professor of School of Computer Engineering and Science in Shanghai University.
Professor Li is one of China’s pioneers in computer science and engineering. He has won many domestic awards for research in the fields of computer architecture and organization. The achievement of "cluster- based high performance computer Ziqian2000,” which was organized by Professor Li Sanli at Shanghai University, won the First Grade Award from the government of Shanghai in 2001. In addition, the president of Hong Kong Polytechnic University offered him the university’s Outstanding Scholar Award in 1995.
Professor Li has published 12 books and more than 100 papers in key journals and at international conferences. Of these, his book "RISC-Single and Multiple Issuing Architecture" won the Special Grade Award for Excellent Academic Books conferred by State Education Commission.
Professor Li is also a deputy director of the Information Technology Consultant Committee of Shanghai Municipal Government and executive director of the Chinese Computer Federation. He was the chief scientist on the High Performance Computing project of the State Climbing Program from 1995 to 2000 and has served as co-chairperson in Computer Disciplines of the Academic Degree Committee of the China State Council. He was elected vice-president and president of the IEEE Mainland Section separately in 1993/1994 and 1995/1996. He was also elected seven times to serve on the board of directors of EUROMICRO, a well-known European computer association, from 1984 to 1997.
- "李三立( Li Sanli )" (in Chinese). Shanghai University. Retrieved 28 December 2010.
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