Dr Yubing Shi
Dr Yubing Shi is Associate Professor at the South China Sea Institute, Xiamen University. He is also a visiting fellow at Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong (UOW), and the deputy secretary-general of Beijing Association for Transnational Crime Prevention. He obtained his Ph.D. from ANCORS, UOW in 2014. Before that, he received a Master of Transnational Crime Prevention (M.TCP) from UOW, a Master of Laws degree (LL.M) from Beijing Technology and Business University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) from Beijing Forestry University. Dr. Shi served as a senior lecturer at Beijing College of Politics and Law from 2003 to 2011, and then he had been employed as a sessional lecturer by Law School of UOW during his Ph.D. candidature. He has over ten years of experience in teaching various international law and business law related courses for Chinese and Australian students.
Dr. Shi’s research interests are international law, the law of the sea and international environmental law. To date he has published over 30 Journal articles or book chapters in the fields of international shipping, climate change, marine environmental protection, and transnational crime prevention. The peer reviewed Journals that he has published with include the International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, Journal of East Asia and International Law, Yearbook of International Environmental Law, and so on. Dr. Shi has received various scholarships and awards, such as the Global Challenges PhD Scholar Award by UOW (2014), University Postgraduate Award (2011-2014), International Postgraduate Tuition Award (2011-2014), Australian AusAid Award (2006), Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed PhD Students Abroad (2014), Best Paper Award (2014), and Beijing Outstanding Youth Teacher (2008).
The Regulatory Framework for the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Shipping
Professor Robin Warner, Professor at ANCORS
Professor Warwick Gullett, Dean of Law and Professor at ANCORS