Jie Gu, PhD

Title: Senior Engineer
Company: General Motors
Location: College Park, Maryland, United States

Jie Gu, Senior Engineer at General Motors, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in research.

Dr. Jie Gu first became involved in the field after being a teacher in China for several years. Sensing a change, he relocated to the United States to pursue a PhD. After completing his thesis, Dr. Gu left academia to work as an engineer. In both of these careers, Dr. Gu has been met with success, and he credits this to his hard work, persistence and ability to think ahead. He is largely interested in technology, especially artificial technology and health management. Dr. Gu is credited with inventing the CRC Machine Compensation Method, and holds such patents and patents pending for prognostics and health management for individual electronics. He is also credited as the first to use prognostics and health management of electronics using the physics of failure. Dr. Gu is a senior engineer with General Motors and a research assistant at the University of Maryland.

Dr. Gu received undergraduates degrees in China before earning a PhD at Oakland University in 1977. He received another PhD at the University of Maryland in 2008. Dr. Gu maintains affiliation with the IEEE and is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. In 2008, he received the Best Paper Award from the Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology. Additionally, he has published “Reliability Engineering’ and “Taiji Mechanics,” as well as contributions to articles and various scientific papers. He is featured in the 64th edition of Who’s Who in America.

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