Delegation from Macquarie University Visits IOP
A delegation from the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Macquarie University, from Australia visited IOP in the morning of October 19. Prof. Hu Jiangping, Deputy Director of IOP, Prof. Li Yutong, Head of CAS Key Lab for Optical Physics, Prof. Wu Ling'an, Prof. Li Jiafang, and Prof. Chang Guoqing attended the meeting and exchanged views with the visitors.
Prof. Hu Jiangping first extended warm welcome, on behalf of IOP, to the guests, and then briefly introduced IOP, and its research highlights, international collaborations, as well as the outlook for future development. Professor Michael Steel, Head of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, introduced Macquarie University, its research directions and latest research progress. In the free discussion session, both sides exchanged ideas on the research progress on optical physics, quantum information and other areas, and showed the willingness of future cooperation and exchanges in related fields.
After the meeting, the delegation visited the CAS Key Lab for Optical Physics, the State Key Lab for Superconductivity, the Lab of Solid State Quantum Information & Computation, and exchanged ideas with IOP researchers and students.
In the afternoon, Professor Michael Steel gave an academic report named "Nonlinear opto-acoustic interactions in nanoscale integrated waveguides" at the M253 lecture hall, and had an in-depth discussion with researchers and students present.
The delegation included Prof. Michael Steel, Head of the Department of Physics and Astronomy of Macqurie University, and Prof. Lu Yiqing, from Macqurie University.
Macquarie University is a public research university based in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1964, it was the third university to be established in the metropolitan area of Sydney. The University is world-renowned for its Faculty of Business and Economics, and has made significant achievements in the research of optical physics.
The delegation from Macqurie University visits the State Key Lab for Superconductivity.
The delegation from Macqurie University is having discussions with IOP researchers
Prof. Michael Steel, Head of the Department of Physics and Astronomy of Macqurie University, is giving a talk