Tsinghua University MBA
Financial EMBA of Shanghai Jiaotong University
Member of Beijing Municipal Committee of Democratic National Construction Association
Member of Beijing Municipal Committee of Youth Federation
Haiyun Xia, Professor with School of earth and Space Sciences, University of science and technology of China, and Hefei National Research Center for micro scale material science, and also a part-time professor of National Defense University of science and technology. He received the PhD degree as a joint-training student from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Ottawa University and York University in 2010. In 2018, he was selected as one of the top young talents in the ten thousand talents plan of the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee. He is a leading expert of civil military integration in Jiangsu Province, a senior member of American Optical Association, a director of China Society of optical engineering, and a member of national quantum computing and Measurement Standards Committee. He has published more than 80 papers (including 38 SCI papers) and applied for 89 national invention patents (67 authorized). In 2009, the time-domain dispersive femtosecond lidar was proposed, which was applied by five national laboratories in the United States and named "Xia-Zhang method"; in 2012, the first stratospheric wind lidar in Asia won the first-class 2014 military science and Technology Progress Award; in 2016, the single-photon up-conversion wind lidar was proposed, which won the special gold award of 2017 Geneva International Invention Award; in 2017, the superconducting dual frequency wind lidar was proposed, which was reported as news release by the American Optical Association (OSA) and American Scientific Association (AAAS). He has won "Jin Guofan young scientist award", "Zhang Zongzhi young teacher award" and "USTC- Xingye Education Award".
He has been engaged in lidar research since 2003 and has developed 9 types of lidars, with an accumulated scientific research fund of 310 million yuan. Research interests includes: (1) application of quantum and superconducting technologies in lidar; (2) research on physical and chemical properties of tropospheric atmosphere; (3) target recognition and tracking; (4) ultrafast femtosecond target detection and gas composition analysis; (5) Doppler, hyperspectral, polarization, resonance fluorescence, temperature, humidity, pressure, coding, cloud and atmospheric composition lidar.
Gao Zhiqiu, Professor of Nanjing University of information engineering, received a doctorate in Lanzhou Plateau Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1999. From 1999 to 2000, he was engaged in postdoctoral research at Yonsei University, Korea. From 2001 to 2004, he was an associate researcher of the Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, a visiting scholar and associate researcher of the U.S. Naval Research Institute, a researcher of the Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences from 2004 to 2005, and a chief researcher of the atmospheric composition observation and service center of the China Meteorological Administration from 2005 to 2006. The title of "hundred talents plan" of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the innovative and entrepreneurial talent of Jiangsu Province.
He presided over 7 National Natural Science Foundation projects, 1 973 project and 1 special research and development project of the Ministry of science and technology, 10 military and power grid meteorological support projects, and published more than 150 papers.
He is mainly engaged in the theoretical, parametric and observational research of air sea interaction. A new algorithm of sea surface turbulent flux is proposed; The dependence of sea surface aerodynamic roughness on wave age or wave height is given; The equation considering the influence of soil water movement on soil thermal movement is established, and its solution is obtained.