The Academic Symposium on Quantum Information Science and Technology , co-organized by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and the Beijing-Hong Kong Academic Exchange Centre (BHKAEC), will be held in CUHK on September 18 – 19, 2018. You are cordially invited to join this event. Online registration can be made at:
Two renowned speakers will give keynote speech at the Symposium, they are Prof. Sun Changpu, Dean of Graduate School, China Academy of Engineering Physics and Prof. Li Quan, Professor of Department of Physics of CUHK. Scholars from mainland China and Hong Kong will also give presentations and share their research findings and insights in the field.
The Symposium aims to discuss the breakthrough in frontier research in Quantum Information Science and Technology based on its latest trend, in order to serve the major needs of national development in the field, heading to world-recognized level.
Enquiries on the Symposium can be forwarded to Miss Jennifer Chan of our Office at 39438728 or via email@example.com. For further details, please visit our symposium webpage at http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/oalc/nsfc2018/
Invitation to China Links Seminar on National Natural Science Foundation Funding Policies (18 September)
OALC will organize a China Links Seminar on the latest National Natural Science Foundation Funding Policies . Prof. Xie Xincheng, Vice President of National Natural Science Foundation of China will be the speaker. Scholars from Faculty of Science, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Medicine are welcome to attend. The seminar will be conducted in Mandarin. Details are as follows:
Topic: Introduction to National Natural Science Foundation of China and Their Funding Policies in Hong Kong
Date: 18 September (Tuesday)
Time: 11:15 – 12:15
Venue: Multi-purpose Room, 1/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park
In view of the growing collaborative relationship between CUHK and the academic sector of mainland China, OALC organizes China Links Seminars on an ad hoc basis to familiarize CUHK colleagues with the latest development of national initiatives and of the academia on the mainland, facilitating exchange on both sides. Enquiries can be forwarded to Miss Lydia CHUNG of our Office at 39433225 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.