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DIALOG BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERN

WangLingyue ADD: Xi'an Jiaotong University, No.28, Xianning west Road, Beilin District, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province, China ZIP CODE:710049 TEL:(+86)18629490238

WangLingyue Fall 2016 Portfolio

DIALOG Selected Work 2016-2020

LINGYUE WANG Washington University in St. Louis M. Arch III Candidate, 2019


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LINGYUE WANG (+1) 314-285-8695 wanglingyue@wustl.edu 305 E Yager Ln, APT 226, Austin, TX 78753 Portfolio Link: https://issuu.com/wly3/docs/lingyue_wang_portfolio_2018

EDUCATION

HONORS

Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, USA 09/2016-12/2019 Master of Architecture

The McDonnell International Scholars Academy Scholarship 2016-2019 The McDonnell International Scholars Academy provides the network with which Washington University in St. Louis incubates new ideas and mentors future leaders. Through our partnerships, the academy lead groundbreaking research projects and prepare the Scholars to be effective leaders in a global community.

Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, Shannxi, China 09/2011-06/2016 Bachelor of Architecture

EXPERIENCE Wittman Estes Architecture + Landscape, Seattle 06/2019-08/2019 Architectural Intern Skills: Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documentation, Rendering, Physical modeling Work as a team member on several local single-family and multi-family residential projects, mainly focus on schematic design and design development phase. Roles include illustrative drawing, diagraming, rendering. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM), Chicago 09/2018-12/2018 Open Studio Student Designer Skills: Pre Design, Schematic Design, Technical design, Rendering, Physical modeling Work as a student designer participating in the open studio academic program held by WashU and SOM Chicago office, mainly working on the design practice of Chicago lakeshore superhigh sustainable residential tower. CallisonRTKL, Chicago 05/2018-08/2018 Architectural Intern Skills: Programming & Analysis, Project Planning & Design, Digital Modeling, Rendering Work as a team member on both United States local projects and international projects in Dubai and China. Project type includes commercial, residential and mixed-use. Mainly focus on Pre-Design, Schematic Design and Design Development phase. The McDonnell International Scholars Academy, Washington University in St .Louis 09/2016-12/2019 McDonnell Scholar, Alumni Subcommittee member Skills: Project Management, Coordinating, Event planning Lead the team to work on schedule making, project planning and management for activities that coordinate all McDonnell scholars and alumni.

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Shinichiro Watari Fellowship 2018-2019 This fellowship is utilized in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts to support graduate students in the Graudate School of Architecture who are legal residents or citizens of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan who are selected into the McDonnell International Scholars Academy and with the highest qualifications and greatest potential.

PUBLICATIONS Soft Architectural Robot: Design of a Multi-Layer Composite Material Apparatus with PAM Actuator and Its Architecture Implications 05/2018 Learning, Prototyping and Adapting, Short Paper Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA) 2018.

REFERENCES Mark Lauterbach, Vice President, Chicago Office Director, CallisonRTKL (mark.lauterbach@crtkl.com) Chen Chen, Associate, CallisonRTKL (chen.chen@crtkl.com, 312.662.2465) Matt Wittman, Partner, Wittman Estes Architecture + Landscape (matt@wittman-estes.com, 206.735.7170)

SKILLS 3D Modeling: Rhino, Grasshopper, DIVA for Rhino, SketchUp, Vray, Revit 2D Drafting: Adobe Suite, Auto CAD, ArcGIS Physical Model Crafting: Laser cutting, Woodshop, CNC milling, 3D print Language: Mandarin Chinese(Native), English(Proficient)


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CONTENT

01 LANDFORM URBANISM Washington University in St. Louis Degree Project / Pedestrian Bridge + Park

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02 "CENTRAL ROOM" Santiago de Compostela International Housing Project / Multi-family Residential

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03 ON LIVING TOGETHER A Commune Transformation of Mariahissen, Stockholm / Social Housing

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04 RE-URBANIZATION Chicago Lakeshore Superhigh Sustainable Tower Design / Mixed Use High-rise

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05 ALDO BEACH HOUSE Professional Work with Wittman Estes Architecture+Landscape / Single-family Residential

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06 WENATCHEE RIVER CABIN Professional Work with Wittman Estes Architecture+Landscape / Single-family Residential

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07 LAKESIDE WEST Professional Work with Wittman Estes Architecture+Landscape / Apartment Transformation

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08 "SENSITIVE ME" Design of a Multi-Layer Composite Material Apparatus with PAM Actuator / Architecture Robot

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01 LANDFORM URBANISM Washington University in St.Louis Degree Project Location: Saint Louis, Missouri Type: Pedestrian Bridge + Park, Academic Work, Individual Work Time: September 2019- December 2019 Instructor: Sungho Kim, Gines Garrido Work Selected for WashU APPROACH 2019 GSAUD Publication Work Selected for WashU MORE 2019 GSAUD Degree Project Publication

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The 1947 comprehensive plan defined St. Louis as a metropolitan structured by the mass transportation system. However, the highway is designed for vast vehicle connections, it is a boundary splitting the city on a neighborhood scale without having any interaction with the urban context. Forest Park Southeast is a community adjacent to urban amenities and facilities such as Forest Park and Wash U medical campus in midtown St. Louis, but it is also absolutely isolated because of the I-64 in between. In this project, a landform bridge is over the highway and connecting the pedestrian and bikers from the neighborhood to the university and the park. The project explores a new understanding of infrastructure, which is not as splitter or boundary, but as an extension of the landscape, a new form of urbanism.


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CITY ANALYSIS: HIGHWAY

COMMUNITY COLLAGE: BOUNDARY AND CORE

COMMUNITY ANALYSIS: ISOLATION AND CONNECTION Location

Average Daily Traffic TAYLOR AVE: 3178 NEWSTEAD AVE: 2124 TOWER GROVE AVE: 4023 I-64: 57354-74948 I-44" 46733- 52809 AUTO: 89% PUBLIC TRANSIT: 2% WALK/BIKE: 9%

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Connection

Pedestrian Walkway

Bridges

Influenced by infrastructure, St. Louis is simultaneously dispersed by the transportation but also split by it. The infrastructure is designed for car, which is intended for vast connection. But in a community scale, it is more like a artificial boundary and cutting the city into segments like "islands", thus bring social, economic and racial issues as residential segregation.

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CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT

ORIGINAL

ROOF FLOOR: INFRASTRUCTURE AS A GARDEN

In this project, the relationship among the Forest Park Southeast community, the I-64 highway, the Forest Park and Washington University is treated as the penetration point. The original pedestrian bridge over I-64 is transformed into a layered landform infrastructure in order to connect the different heights across the highway, and communicate all the flows to different ends. The layers could serve different programs, but they are also intersecting with each other to provide vertical transportation and create in-between space.

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1. Entrance from Community 2. Entrance from University 3. Entrance from Forest Park 4. Highway Atrium 5. Highway Observation 6. Forest Park 7. WashU Medical Campus 8. Forest Park Southeast


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PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM THE UNIVERSITY

The roof floor works as a rising and extending landform across the highway, connecting the community, the university, and the park. Organized by pedestrian and bicycle paths, the bridge is merging with the landscape as the entrance and rising up as a garden. Some of the original trees in the site were kept as an intersection to bring nature amenities to the structure.

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LAYERS AND STRUCTURE

BRIDGE FLOOR: INFRASTRUCTURE AS A COMPOUND

Roof Garden Concrete Panel Steel Deck

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1. Entrance from Community 2. Entrance from University 3. Entrance from Forest Park 4. Highway Atrium 5. Highway Observation 6. Bike Rental 7. Public Library 8. Bicycle Lane


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PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF THE HIGHWAY ATRIUM

Organized by a highway atrium in the center, the bridge floor is an open infrastructure serving as a compound including multiple programs of both indoor and outdoor activities. A public library is located in the northern part serving both the university and the community. Highway observation playgrounds are included in both the atrium and an enclosed pavilion. The tree pits sheltered by metal mesh also serve as gathering spaces in this floor.

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SECTION OVER HIGHWAY

WASHINGTON UIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS MEDECIAL SCHOOL

ROOF GARDEN

PARKING

PUBLIC LIBRARY

HIGHWAY ATRIUM

PLANTS GROWING MEDIUM FILTER FABRIC DRAINAGE LAYER WATERPROOF MEMBRANE METAL DECKING STEEL TRI-TRUSS METAL MESH CEILING

DIAGONAL BRACE

METAL MESH HANDRAIL

I-64

BIKE RENTAL

BIKE/RUNNING PATH

ROOFING MEMBRANE INSULATION VAPOR BARRIER METAL DECKING STEEL BEAM CEILING

HIGHWAY OBSERVATION DECK

OVERHANGING STEEL BEAM TREE PIT WITH METAL MESH

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TREE PIT WITH METAL MESH

FORESTPARK SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY


02 "CENTRAL ROOM" Santiago de Compostela International Housing Project Location: Santiago de Compostela, Spain Type: Residential Project, Academic Work, Individual Work Time: September 2017- December 2017 Instructor: Emiliano Lopez Work Selected for Washington University in St. Louis NAAB Accreditation Exhibition Work Selected for WashU APPROACH 2017 GSAUD Publication

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COLLAGE CITY WITH “GALLERIA”

Santiago de Compostela is a historical religious city with waving landscape and distinctive building style. One typical architecture element used here is called “Galleria”, which is an overhanging curtain wall system installed at the higher level of dwelling buildings. SITE MODEL, 1/32”=1’, SHOWING SITE CONDITION AND RELATION

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PROJECT MODEL, 1/16”=1’, SHOWING “GALLERIA” FACADE


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"CENTRAL ROOM" AND FLEXIBILITY

In 19c, modernism wave brings the concept of “form follows function”, but the high efficiency design and fixed function plan actually “fall into the trap that specializing the rooms by giving them the sizes in proportion to their functions” , which makes them are only adapted to one function, thus actually limit the flexibility in design and make the project hard to be used in a large variation of dweller. Starting at researching on the “central room” idea in dwelling project from medieval Europe, this project tried to represent this historical concept in a modernism way and utilize it to maximum the flexibility in every dwelling unit. MODEL OF INTERIOR, 1/2”=1’: DIAGONAL VIEW THROUGH CENTRAL ROOM

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1. Playroom as center 2. Living as center 3. Dinning as center with 2 kids 4. Dinning as center with 1 kid 5. Family working space as center

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The room in the center has obscure, undefined function. But it has enough space to hold any function that the dweller think is the most important, which should be the center of their life. The four main rooms surrounding the central room and the room between main rooms can also be adjusted by the dweller, together make the whole project very flexible. Comparing with the double layer “galleria system” and interior door as facade idea, the whole project offers a very elastic and glorious living experience for dwellers. SECTION PERSPECTIVE, SHOWING FLEXIBILITY OF CENTRAL ROOM

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MULTI-LAYER FACADE

The facade of a building is never a simple envelope. The exterior "galleria" system serves as both a balcony space and a rainfall shelter, it can also work as in-between room to have flexible functions. The inner wall with continuous opening serves as the second layer, with the exterior glazing doors and interior wood doors, this layer can be adjusted according to the different need of ventilation and lighting during different seasons. These two layers altogether can work as a passive thermal device to adjust interior climate.

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03 ON LIVING TOGETHER A Commune Transformation of Mariahissen, Stockholm Location: Stockholm, Sweden Type: Social Housing, Individual Work, Academic Work Time: January 2019- May 2019 Instructor: Gines Garrido Work Selected for WashU APPROACH 2019 GSAUD Publication

Archigram’s instance city project reveals the fact that Architecture’s nature as a monitor/connector between individual and community. In Sweden, the aging population and the low birth rate have been a significant problem of the whole society, and how to reconnect people with community and city is the key role which architecture plays here. By understanding architecture as an urban intermediate, this project tries to discuss the new relationship between the individual and city, as well as rethink a new type of urban commune dwelling.


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URBAN LAYERS

The Mariahissen was originally a lift between higher and lower Urban Levels on Stockholm riverside. Through the relief model study, understanding “Void� as an urban connector, the transformation of this project is focused on creating the public spaces inside the architecture, and how those spaces can on one side connect the people, on the other side connect the city.

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ARCHITECTURE AS INTERMEDIATE

The “Void” is revealed as “Bubble”. It is a public atrium defined by the semi-transparent membrane and supported with steel structural grid. On one side, bubbles are public spaces soaked in the solution of residential units and its surrounding in-between spaces, which bring the people out of their dwelling chamber to live and work together. On the other side, the bubbles connect outside multi urban levels and break them through inside the building, leading the visitors and sunlight inside the project.

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VOID AS INTERMEDIATE The void bubble work as connector connecting not only different levels, but also interior and exterior, public and private, individual and city.

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Section

Plan 01

FLEXIBLE LIVING CHAMBERS

VOLUME AND DISPERSED UNITS

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The private part, the residential chamber is designed as a moveable, independent prefabricated furniture. With changeable modularized elements, it can meet the basic requirement of private living with flexibility. With an opened lift inside the building, it can move to anywhere they want inside the building, gather as ethnic group and plug-in at the ceiling for water supply and drainage, even plug with Bubbles, getting the amenity and advantage if they want.


04 RE-URBANIZATION Chicago Lakeshore Superhigh Sustainable Residential Tower Design Location: Chicago, Illinois Type: Mixed Use, Open Studio Academic Work with SOM Chicago Office, Individual Work Time: September 2018- December 2018 Instructor: Washington University in St. Louis: Hongxi Yin SOM Chicago Office: Scott Duncan Jonathan Stein Yue Zhu Luke Leung Work Selected for WashU APPROACH 2018 GSAUD Publication

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2128.33

SERVICE & MECHANICAL LUXURY RESTAURANT SKYDECK

Michigan Ave, Evanston, IL 60202

"Single-Family House" Luxury double-floor unit

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Private semi-outdoor garden "SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE" CONDOS, PENTHOUSE

W Lill Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

30 FLOORS 60 UNITS

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S State St, Chicago, IL 60603

"Townhouse" Comfort Double-floor unit

W Madison St, Chicago, IL 60607

"TOWNHOUSE"

Public Vertical semi-outdoor garden

CONDOS 50 FLOORS 200 UNITS

Shared outdoor green open space

“TOWNHOUSE" W Lill Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 1015.00

"Midtown"

“MIDTOWN"

Affordable unit

W Madison St, "MIDTOWN"

Chicago, IL 60607

APARTMENTS/CONDOS 40 FLOORS 432 UNITS

“SUBURBAN"

Private outdoor garden Shared outdoor green open space

Michigan Ave, Evanston, IL 60202 588.33

“DOWNTOWN" S State St, Chicago, IL 60603

"DOWNTOWN" APARTMENTS

STREET VIEW

CITY BLOCK

PUBLIC SPACE

GREEN SPACE

ROAD RATIO

50 FLOORS 840 UNITS

The four typical regions in Greater Chicago Area each represents a specific typology of urban fabric and they vary from building scale, public-private relationship and road/green space ratio. They all have their own advantage for adapting the local environment and each offers a unique living experience. With the "Re-urbanization" idea, what about bringing them all back into the heart of city - Chicago Lake shore, creating a various lifestyle in one tower and re-grant citizens the right for choosing their own life?

Affordable high density unit Shared outdoor green open space

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DISTRIBUTED TRI-GENERATION SYSTEM

PREFABRICATED GFRC FACADE

The Distributed Tri-Generation System can help the building transform energy from the city natural gas resource into electric power while utilize the released heat in heat recovery boiler for heating, or in absorption chiller for cooling. The system are designed according to the "zoning" idea, each set of the system is distributed in every mechanical floor and serve independently for every zone. Meanwhile, the system can also coordinate with each other to balance the energy income and output in different floors and different time.

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Project 2: Aldo Beach House (Anderson Garden) Role: Illustrative drawing & diagraming, model photograpy

05 ALDO BEACH HOUSE Professional Work with Wittman Estes Architecture+Landscape Location: Hood Canal, WA Type: Residential Project, Professional Work, Group Work Role: Illustrative drawing & diagraming, model photography Time: June 2019- August 2019 Team: Matt Wittman, Judy Estes, Ashton Wesely, Julia Frost, Faith Swickard.

Aldo Beach House transforms a 1960s beach house into a new multi-generational home—doubling the livable area while lightly integrating into the delicate ecology of the waterfront. Located on the western shore of Hood Canal near the Bangor submarine base, the new beach house includes the original two-bedroom structure for an expanded program of two new bedrooms, two bathrooms, and flex space. The design consists of three distinct parts: the original three-story cabin, a south ground floor wing, and the upper-level master suite wing to the north. The existing decks on the ground levels were expanded to tie the building together and integrate into the landscape. Now the house hovers over the hillside and beach as a cohesive structure with two new projecting wings.


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The design consists of three distinct parts: the original three-story cabin, a south ground floor wing, and the upper-level master suite wing to the north.

Before The original footprint was a beach house separated from the landscape and views.

After The two wings added to the original structure expand the indoor-outdoor living opportunities.

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ADAPTIVE REUSE

Due to the complex constraints of the shoreline exemption, the architects had to maintain the existing footprint, expanding the house only from the original structure.

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Careful integration of architecture and site

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06 WENATCHEE RIVER CABIN Professional Work with Wittman Estes Architecture+Landscape Location: Leavenworth, WA Type: Residential Project, Professional Project, Group Work Role: Rendering, Illustrative Drawing, Construction Documentation Time: June 2019- August 2019 Team: Matt Wittman, Judy Estes, Ashton Wesely, Julia Frost, Faith Swickard.

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07 LAKESIDE WEST Professional Work with Wittman Estes Architecture+Landscape Location: Seattle, WA Type: Condo Transformation, Professional Project, Group Work Role: Illustrative Drawing Time: June 2019- August 2019 Team: Matt Wittman, Judy Estes, Ashton Wesely, Julia Frost, Faith Swickard.

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08 "SENSITIVE ME" Design of a Multi-Layer Composite Material Apparatus with PAM Actuator Location: Beijing, China Type: Parametric Design Workshop, Team Work Teammates: Zijing Wang, Bihong Lin, Anhong Li, Zhiyi Rong, HaoCheng Wang Time: August 2017 Instructor: Zigeng Wang, Ji Shi Project Published on: Learning, Prototyping and Adapting, Short Paper Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA) 2018.

COMPOSITE ENVELOPE

SENSOR

CARDBOARD SKIN

CONDUCTING COLUMN

FIXING WOOD CHIPS FABRIC SKIN

PNEUMATIC ARTIFICUAL MUSCLES

CREASED CARDBOARD SKIN ELASTIC FRAMEWORK

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ARDUINO PROGRAMME

When operating, the motion sensors sense the presence of human and control the valves correspondingly, and the inflation and deflation of the PAMs change the planar dimension of the grids where they are attached. The deformation of the grids reflects on the vertical displacement of the plastic rods, which shifts the multi-layer origami structure and presents the final formal changes to the human.


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STATE

HUMAN BEHAVIOR

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MECHANISM OF INTERACTION

EMOTION

INTERACTION SENCE

AUTONOMOUS AGENDA

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1 Hand drawing, “Study of Layer of Space”, studio academic work, 2017 2 Elevation rendering, Pederson Garden, professional work with Wittman Estes, 2019 3 Study model, “Disappearing Ground”, studio academic work, 2018 4 Architectural photography, “Dialog”, academic work, 2012 5 Architectural photography, St. Louis , academic work, 2019

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WangLingyue ADD: Xi'an Jiaotong University, No.28, Xianning west Road, Beilin District, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province, China ZIP CODE:710049 TEL:(+86)18629490238

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