Visits & Exchanges
- On Sept. 16, Prof. Peter A. Lewin form
the Department of Computer Engineering, Engineering College of the Drexel
University in America and Director of Ultrasonic Research Center, paid
a visit to the Institute of acoustics, and gave a lecture entitled the
Present and Future State of Biomedical Ultrasonic.
- On Sept. 26~30, 2004, Mr. Mikami Masao,
laureate of the "Chinese Tianshan Award", which was established
by the Xinjing Uygur Autonomous Region, and the national "Friendship
Award " for the year 2004, paid a visit to Beijing on invitation
with Mrs. Mikami to take part in the "Friendship Award" and
the National Day Celebration activities.
- On Sept. 28, Mr. Philip Lukins, chief scientist
from the Australian Institute of Measurement Research paid a visit to
the Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics. He paid a visit
to the Laboratory for Quantum Optics, the Laboratory for Advanced Optical
Technique and the Key Laboratory for High Intensity Optics, and exchanged
views on relevant fields.
- On Sept. 30, at the invitation of the Institute
of Geodesy & Geophysics, Dr. Minkang Cheng, from the Space Research
Center of the Texas University, US paid a visit to the Institute for
- On Sept. 27-Oct 13, Dr. Ulrich Karlson,
a senior scientist from the National Environmental Research Institute,
Denmark, paid a visit to and gave lectures in the Wuhan Institute of
- From Oct. 4~9, Prof. Jan Harff and his
group of 6 people from the Institute of Oceanography of German Baltic
Sea paid a visit to the South China Sea Institute of Oceanology to implement
the collaborative project entitled "Response of the Pearl River
Delta Sedimentation Series to the World Climate and Human Activities
in the Holocene Period" (PECAI).
- On Oct. 6, a group of 5 experts headed
by Prof. Pfeifer, supervisor in charge of measurement and quality control
technology of the Machine Tools and Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory
of the Aachen University and Dr. Glaser, from the Manufacturing Technology
Research Institute of the Fraunhofer Association, Germany, paid a visit
to the Shenyang Institute of Automation.
- On Oct. 9, Prof. Leslie Ungerleider, member
of the American Academy of Sciences, gave a lecture entitled "How
the Brain Pays Attention" in the Zhongguancun Science Park of the
Post-Graduate School of CAS.
- Recently, Prof. Robert F. Singer, Dean
of the Department of Materials of the Erlangen-Nuremberg University
of Germany, paid a visit to the Institute of Metal Research of CAS and
made a wonderful lecture in the Institute. Before the meeting, Prof.
Huiming Cheng, Standing Deputy Director of the Institute, presented
Prof. Singer with the Hsun Lee Lecture Award.
- From Oct. 18-24, Dr. Andrew W. Mitchell,
Director of the Global Forest Canopy Project paid a visit to the Xishuangbanna
Tropical Botanical Garden, CAS. He also paid a visit to the Ailao Mountain
Forest Ecosystem Field Station, which is attached to the Garden with
Prof. Roger Kitching, senior visiting scholar of the Botanical Garden,
who is chief ecologist of the Griffith University, Australia, and Prof.
Min Cao, Deputy Director of the Garden.
- From Oct. 25~28, Dr. Romkens, Director
of the American National Silt Laboratory, paid a visit to the Soil Conservation
Center. Both sides explored the possibility to import the RUSLE and
its application in the Yellow Earth Plateau and the collaborative research
on soil erosion in the Yellow Earth Plateau.
- Prof. Bernard Halphen, Director of the
French Ecole Polytechnique Solid Materials Mechanics Laboratory (LMS)
paid a visit to the Institute of Mechanics, CAS. Prof. Halphen gave
a lecture on "The Asymptotic Analysis of the Elasto-plastic and
Visco-plastic Behavior of Structures"
- On Nov. 6, Mr. Ron Ekers, Chairman of IAU
paid a visit to the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory and gave a lecture
on "Radio Astronomy Facilities: Exploring the Cosmic Frontier"
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