|Born||1983 (age 37–38)|
|Known for||Energy systems engineering, process systems engineering, optimization, sustainability, control and automation, computational and data sciences|
|Doctoral advisor||Ignacio E. Grossmann|
|Website||https://www.engineering.cornell.edu/faculty-directory/fengqi-you or https://peese.org|
Fengqi You is a Professor and holds the Roxanne E. and Michael J. Zak Chair at Cornell University in the United States. His research focuses on systems engineering and data science. According to Google Scholar, his h-index is 65.
Fengqi You completed his undergraduate studies at Tsinghua University, and received his Ph.D. in 2009 from Carnegie Mellon University. After working at Argonne National Laboratory and Northwestern University, he moved to Cornell University, where he holds positions in Systems Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Operations Research and Information Engineering, Applied Information Systems, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. He is Cornell Energy Institute's associate director, and Chair of Ph.D. Studies in Systems Engineering.
You is an associate editor of Science Advances, an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, and editor of Computers & Chemical Engineering. He is a member of the editorial boards of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, AIChE Journal, and Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research.
Fengqi You teaches courses on computational optimization, machine learning, deep learning, quantum computing and artificial intelligence, and process design.
There are news stories on his research in sustainability, carbon capture, renewable energy systems, solar panels, quantum computing, smart building systems, sensors, climate changes, digital agriculture, animal science, food-water-energy systems, biofuels, and smart irrigation. His team creates a website to chart the daily COVID-19 spread across New York.
He developed Wiki-style open textbooks on process design and computational optimization.