The list of outstanding reviewers of English version of Chinese Journal of Aeronautics (CJA) of 2020 was released the other day. According to the list, Wu Yu, a young teacher of the School of Aerospace Engineering of Chongqing University, is selected as an outstanding reviewer of 2020.
CJA is a comprehensive academic journal co-run by Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and edited and published by CJA Magazine Agency. Articles published in the journal are about the latest progress in the science and technology of China’s aerospace field. CJA is the only SCI-indexed journal on aerospace, and has remained in Q1 Zone of Aerospace Engineering Discipline in JCR (Journal Citation Report) in the recent couple of years. CJA was selected as a leading journal under the Excellence Action Program for Scientific and Technological Journals of China (22 journals in total) in 2019, and was rated as the class-T1 journal in the Hierarchical Directory of High-quality Scientific and Technological Journals in Aerospace Field of 2020 of Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics (11 journals in total).
In recognition of the contributions made by reviewers to quality control of journal papers, CJA releases a comprehensive ranking list of reviewers based on the quality and quantity of CJA paper review at the end of each year. The top 10 reviewers are granted the title of outstanding reviewers, and are given certificates and cash prize issued by the Editorial Board of CJA. They will also be entitled to preferential policy when they submit papers to CJA in the next year.
Wu Yu's main research interests are aircraft flight dynamics modeling and trajectory planning, and aircraft collaborative control and mission planning. Since 2018, Wu Yu has been a CJA reviewer, responsible for contributions in three columns of the Journal, including "fluid mechanics and flight mechanics", "solid mechanics and aircraft overall design" and "electronic and electrical engineering and control". This award is recognition of Wu Yu's academic level in this research area, and also reflects the achievements made by the School thanks to its long-term emphasis on basic aerospace research.