IOP Delegation Visits The University of New South Wales and The University of Sydney in Australia
The delegation of the Institute of Physics (IOP) of the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) visits the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the University of Sydney (USYD) in Australia from November 5 to 6, 2019 and had meetings with local talents.
The delegation met with local talents at UNSW and USYD respectively on the evening of November 5 and 6. More than 70 overseas students and scholars participated in the meetings. Prof. Hu Jiangping, deputy director of IOP, introduced IOP's basic information, orientation towards first-rate achievements and first-class benefits, and advantageous conditions on salaries, research funds, academic atmosphere, assessment system and living support. Moreover, he explained IOP's layout of "One Village and Three Lakes", that is, to develop IOP headquarters in Zhongguancun for basic research, to construct the Songshan Lake Materials Laboratory in Dongguan, to develop large scientific facilities at One Facility & Two Centers near Yanqi Lake, Huairou District of Beijing, and to conduct science commercialization and academic exchange at Yangtze River Physics Research Center near Tianmu Lake, Liyang. Then, Prof. Hu Jiangping, Prof. Lu Li and Ms. Fu Qi, deputy director of the Human Resources Department, had an in-depth discussion with students and scholars present on IOP's research areas, planning and development of Three Lakes’ campuses, and supportive policies for talents. In the meeting, IOP's development momentum and its support for young talents gained recognition from the attendees. In a lively atmosphere, many students and scholars expressed their willingness to work in IOP in the future.
Hu Jiangping and Lyu Li introduce IOP in UNSW
Scene of the meeting in UNSW
Hu Jiangping introduces IOP in USYD
Scene of the meeting in USYD