Academic Units

Xue Mei

Xue Mei, female, born in June, 1966, engineer, faculty of the Jewelry Department, Jewelry Institute, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). She was mainly engaged in doing research and teaching in jewelry production and gems processing technology. Courses that she has undertaken over the years including: Machine Shop Practice, Jewelry Production Technology, Gem Processing Technology, Gem Cutting Design and Processing Technology. But currently she mainly teaches the following two courses: Gem Processing Technology and Gem Cutting Design and Processing Technology. She was familiar with the process of jewelry production, and specializes in the processing technology of all kinds of colored stones being processed into products from crude stones.

Research

Development of gems cutting machine and supporting tools and systems, school-level project, preside.

Achievements
Publications
The Influence of Tibetan Buddhism on Tibetan Jewelry[J], Journal of Gems & Gemmology, 2005, 3.
Preliminary Discussion on the Art of Jewelry Advertisement[J], Journal of Gems & Gemmology, 2005,1;
Miao Ethnic Group Jewelry and Technology in Guizhou, China [J]Journal of Gems & Gemmology, 2006, 1;
Patents
1、Gem angle grinder, patent for utility models, No. ZL201521025080.2

2、The triangular flat type robot arm, patent for utility models, patent No. ZL201521025063.9