Liu Fenrong was born in 1975. She received her Ph.D. in philosophy from the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and her second Ph.D. in Science from the University of Amsterdam. She is now an associate professor of the Department of Philosophy, and she has also served as the Assistant to the Chair of the Department.

Her major research covers modal logic, dynamic preference logic, multi-agent system, and diversity of agents. The aim is to provide abstract models for knowledge update, belief revision and preference change, and to analyze the difference between diverse agents when they carry out these mechanisms. She has published many papers both in English and in Chinese on these themes over these years. She has been invited to give lectures in the UK, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Denmark, Luxembourg, and Spain.

For the moment, she is working on the following projects: a) “Logics for knowledge, belief and action”, funded by the National Social Science Foundation; b) Translation project: “A door to logic: funded by the University of Amsterdam in the Netherland;. c) “New development in modal logic”, funded by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.