Weishuang has interdisciplinary skills in system dynamics, econometrics, applied statistics, computer programming, Monte Carlo simulation, electrical engineering, systems engineering, and operations research. He developed MI’s generic Threshold 21 model, and has applied it to many countries, including: Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Italy, Latvia, Malawi, Mozambique, Taiwan, Tunisia, and the United States. Weishuang also customized MI’s M3 transportation model for Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Thailand, and USA, as well as MI’s Multi-Entity Gaming (MEG) model for five entities in southwestern Balkans. He has published papers in several international peer-reviewed journals. Before joining Millennium Institute, Weishuang held positions in diplomacy, technical management, research, and teaching. He holds doctoral and master of science degrees in Systems Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, a Master of Science degree from the Graduate School of the University of Science and Technology of China, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Shanghai Jiaotong University, also in China.