Wu Yonghe, Ph.D., researcher, Doctoral Supervisor and Shanghai Pujiang talent. His main research interests include education, big data, learning analysis, science and education, artificial intelligence and wisdom education, new media applications education, information system architecture and standard education, and learning science and behavioral science. He hosted and participated in more than 50 research projects, 30 in which he presided over. There are 11 national and provincial projects within the 30 projects he presided, including one national fund key project, two national "Eleventh Five" plans to support key projects (sub-project), two 863 Program (sub-project), one Ministry of Education, Humanities and Social sciences Fund project, one National Educational Science Planning and Key Subject of the Ministry of Education, one Shanghai Pujiang Talents program, one Shanghai Municipal Education Science Key Research project, one high-tech field project of Shanghai Municipal Science and Technology Commission "Technological Innovation Action Plan”, 10 standard projects of the Ministry of Industry and Informational Technology (MIIT). Wu participated as the main researcher in more than 20 projects (ranked 2nd and 3rd), and more than 10 of them are national and provincial projects. Wu published more than 80 theses, 50 of them are core research.