Martin Haier

Martin Haier ( Martin Hairer), British nationality, mathematician. Born in Geneva, Switzerland in March 1964. In 2001, he obtained a doctorate from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He is currently a professor at the Imperial Institute of Technology. Won the Whitehead Award and Philip Leverhulme Award of the London Mathematics Society in 2008, the Fema Award in 2013, the Froehlich Award and the Fields Award in 2014, and the “ Mathematical Breakthrough Award in 2021 ”, elected as a member of the Royal Society of Germany in 2014、Fellow of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and Fellow of the American Society of Mathematics, was elected as a Fellow of the Brightenburg School of Humanities and Sciences in Berlin, Germany in 2016, a foreign academician of the Polish Academy of Sciences in 2018, and a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2021.

Professor Haier’s scientific contributions are mainly focused on the theory of formal structure and its application, as well as the theory of evolution of random fluid mechanics in the drive of highly degraded noise. In terms of formal structure theory and its application, he created a formal structure theory, which is an extraordinary promotion of the theory of rough and rough orbits with random differential equations, involving model theory, Hopf algebra, graded Banach algebra, representativeness, small wave analysis , Multi-scale analysis, partial differential equations, random analysis, and non-linear calculations of broad functions and other modern mathematical theories,It is its main job in winning the Fields Award. He and his collaborators have established many strict mathematical theories of the highly bizarre random differential equation ( or random quantum equation ) corresponding to the multi-critical and radical physical model using the orthopaedic structure theory system. In terms of the general theory of the solution of random fluid mechanics driven by highly degraded noise, Professor Haier and collaborators proposed the Feller Mar’s process to strengthen Feller in order to establish a universal theory of the solution of the limited noise source-driven two-dimensional random Navier-Stokes equation Important concept of Feller,And using the Mallivin analysis theory in random analysis to give a new method of gradient estimation that proves the gradual solution of the random fluid mechanics equation driven by highly degraded noise. He proved the permanence of the index solved at a distance of 1-Wasserstein, and proposed the permanence of the half-group index on the horses in Banach space at a distance of 1-Wasserstein.

Bill S. Hansson

Bill S. Hansson, Swedish nationality, evolutionary neuroethologist. Born in Sweden in January 1959. In 1988 he received a doctorate from Lund University. He is currently the vice chairman of the Max Planck Society in Germany (hereinafter referred to as the “Max Planck Society”), the director of the Institute of Chemical Ecology, and the director of the Department of Evolutionary Neuroethology. He was elected as a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 2010, a member of the European Academy of Sciences in 2012, a member of the German National Academy of Sciences and a member of the African Academy of Sciences in 2016, and a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2021. Professor Hansen has long been committed to research in the fields of chemical ecology, neuroethology and olfaction. He has pioneered many important issues and technical methods in neuroscience research, and has been highly recognized and affirmed by the international academic community, especially in the study of insect-insect and insect-plant neurobiological and chemical connections. He has published more than 300 academic papers, which have been cited more than 15,000 times. In 1992, Professor Hansen revealed for the first time that the olfactory glomerule is the functional unit of the primary nervous system neural response, thus laying the theoretical foundation for the study of insect olfactory-nervous system interaction. Subsequently, Professor Hansen further studied the key role of the olfactory glomerulus in the process of information input and output. The first attempt to combine chemical analysis and olfactory electrophysiological experiments to reveal the molecular mechanism of deceptive pollination system for differences in insect sex and hatching site, and to discover the special sense of smell of fruit flies that can detect natural enemies-parasitic wasps Signal. In 2008, Bill Hansen revealed the function and role of the Drosophila olfactory co-receptor (Orco) through research. In 2020, Drosophila sechellia was developed as a model for neurogenetic research, and the molecular determinants of D. sechellia’s extreme sensitivity to noni fruit odor were determined, and the molecular, physiological and anatomical characteristics of behavioral differences between species were described.

David Harel

David Harrell (David Harel), Israeli nationality, computer scientist. Born in London, England in April 1950. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Bairian, Israel in 1974, a master’s degree from the University of Tel Aviv, Israel in 1976, and a doctorate in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1978. Since 2015, he has served as the vice president of the Israeli Academy of Humanities and Natural Sciences, and since September 2021, the president of the Israeli Academy of Humanities and Natural Sciences. Elected as a member of the Israeli Academy of Humanities and Natural Sciences in 2010, as a foreign academician of the National Academy of Engineering in 2014, as a foreign academician of the National Academy of Sciences in 2019, as a member of the Royal Society of England in 2020, and as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2021.

Professor Harrell’s main research area is software systems and software engineering. The status map (statecharts) language he invented in 1984 was a revolutionary contribution to the development of software systems. This language provides natural and easy-to-control abstract functions, such as hierarchy, compatibility, and polymerization. It is expressed in topographic maps, which facilitates people’s understanding of system dynamic behavior and greatly improves the production efficiency of software developers. The state map supports both direct and executable interpretation and automatic code generation, and can be formalized and analyzed through algorithms. His first paper on the status map was cited more than 10,000 times, which had a huge university effect.

Professor Harrell founded I-Logix to develop the corresponding state map language support tools Statemate and Rhapsody. Supported by these tools, the state map is successfully used to develop large software systems in various industries, including aerospace ( such as general power, NASA, jet propulsion laboratory, Boeing, airliner ), automobiles ( Such as Daimler-Chrysler, BMW, public, Jaguar, Land Rover, Nissan, Renault, Chrysler, General Motors ), electronic products ( such as Olympus, Songxia, Canon, Photography, Epson), elevator systems (such as OTIS), telecommunications and mobile phones (Such as Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia. Based on this, he won the 2007 International Computer Association (ACM) software system award.

In addition, Professor Harel has made important contributions in the fields of computer algorithm education, program logic, database query theory, reactive system, and computing olfactory.

Alan J. Heeger

Physics, chemistry, material scientist. American citizenship. Born in Su City, Iowa, USA in December 1936. He received a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of California, Berkeley in 1961, and an honorary doctorate in science from the South China University of Technology in 2000. From 1982 to 1999, he served as the director of the Institute of Organic and Superior Solids. Fellow of the American Academy of Sciences (2001), Fellow of the American Academy of Engineering (2002).

Heig has made pioneering achievements in the field of organic and conductive molecular materials and devices and low-dimensional physics research. His main groundbreaking contributions to physical and material science are: published in 1973 on TTF-TCNQ high-guided organic charge transfer composites, creating a precedent for organic metal conductors and organic superconductors; published in 1976 on polyacetylene The adulteration study has created the field of conductive polymer research;Subsequently, in cooperation with others, the SSH theory was proposed to explain its orphan conductivity mechanism, which greatly promoted the development of low-dimensional physics research; in 1990, the processing of high-guided polystylamine was published, and the practicalization of conductive polymers was realized; in 1991, MEH-PPV and C60 were discovered. Photopicinduced charge separation,It is one of the physical foundations and sources of the current study of high-efficiency and large-scale polymer heterogeneous solar cells; in 1996, the photopump laser under the solid state of co-profile polymer was first realized. He focused on the combination of basic research and applications, and initiated or participated in the creation of three high-tech companies. Won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2000. In 1986, Hagrid was invited to China for the first time by the Institute of Chemistry and Institute of Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and established a good cooperative relationship with our academic community. In recent years, he has visited China 1-2 times a year. Dozens of doctoral and postdoctoral researchers have been trained in my country, many of whom have returned to contribute. He actively supports academic exchanges between China and the United States, and supports cooperative research with Chinese academies and colleges. The UCSB Institute of Organic and Polymer Solids has established long-term cooperation agreements with several domestic universities and institutes.

Avram Hershko

Israeli and Swiss nationality, biochemist. Born in Hungary in 1937. He received a Ph.D. in philosophy from Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1965 and a Ph.D. in Medicine from Hebrew University School of Medicine in Jerusalem in 1969. He was elected as a member of the Israeli Academy of Sciences in 2000 and won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2004. In 2011, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Afram Hersko is mainly engaged in biochemical research in the field of general-quality protein degradation. Afram Hersco and others found that human cells degraded the proteins labeled “ by ” labeling “. By designing a highly selective experimental research system, he discovered the degradation process of the panto pathway complex cascade response cell protein, proving that the panto has the effect of marking the protein to be degraded. The discovery can help explain the biochemical mechanism of the human immune system, and also suggests that if there is an obstacle to the degradation of cell protein, diseases such as cancer will occur in the human body, so he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2004. This discovery has proved to have important medical value. The new anti-cancer drug (Velcade) developed on this basis was awarded the third (2004 ) Drug Achievement Award “ Annual Oncology Compound Title ” and 《 German Pharmacy 》 Innovation award awarded.

Afram Hersko has always been very friendly to China and the Chinese scientific community. He is concerned about China’s development, has been invited to visit my country many times, established academic cooperation with many domestic universities and research institutions, promoted the development of my country’s medical science research technology, and promoted international academic exchanges for Chinese senior scientific talents and Chinese scientists. Contributed. He is particularly enthusiastic about training young science and technology workers in my country, and has exchanged with Chinese young scholars, students and graduate students in scientific research institutes and universities many universities many times, and has given them great encouragement. Therefore, in 2011, he won the “ Friendship Award ” from the Chinese government.

Keith William Hipel

Keith William Hipel(Keith William Hipel), Canadian nationality. Born in Quicina, Ontario, Canada in March 1946. Received a doctorate from the University of Waterloo, Canada in 1975. 2013— Dean of the Royal Canadian Academy of Sciences in 2015, long-term professor in the Department of System Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo. He was elected as a member of the Canadian Academy of Engineering in 1997, a member of the Royal Society of Canada in 1998, a foreign academician of the National Academy of Engineering in 2016, and a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2021.

Professor Hipper’s main research areas are water resources management and environmental system engineering. He created a system environmental metrology method and memory simulation algorithm, established a non-seasonal and seasonal hydrological prediction model system, and cracked the world problem of water resources management “Hurst”; and applied it to North America The Great Lakes and other complex hydrological predictions, water resources management, and optimization of major infrastructure reconstruction programs for water engineering,Won the important international award in the field of water resources “ Zhou Wende Award ”, Canada’s National Supreme Science Award “ Kiram Award ”, etc. He created an important branch of game theory – conflict analysis map theory, and developed a complex environmental conflict modeling decision support system, which was used by 105 scientific research teams in 28 countries to solve water resource allocation and climate governance. And other environmental conflicts. He also proposed the “Economic-Environment-Social ” three-dimensional system conflict modeling analysis method, established a complex energy and sustainable development conflict resolution method system, and was used by scholars in more than 50 countries to study and resolve energy system conflicts. problem. Due to outstanding contributions, he won the “ Mirasnov Romanovsky Award ”( Canada’s highest award in the environmental field ), “ Sir John William Dawson Medal ” and 18 other important international awards.

Yu-Chi Ho

Cybernetics expert. American citizenship. Born in Shanghai, China. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1953, received a master’s degree from the school in 1955, and received a doctorate from Harvard University in 1961. From 1961 to 1969, he successively served as an assistant professor and then an associate professor in the Department of Applied Physics and Engineering of Harvard University. Member of the National Academy of Engineering (1988).

Professor He Yuqi has been engaged in the research of system control science and engineering application for a long time, and has made significant contributions in the fields of optimal control, differential game, team theory, discrete event dynamic system and intelligent system. He is one of the founders of modern control theory of dynamic systems. Created the research direction of differential games. The Ho-Kashyap rule was proposed in the field of pattern recognition and so on. Work with collaborators to open up a new way of research on general game theory in system control of “Nonzero differential games”. Proposed the concept of team theory and studied the “partial inclusion” information structure. He took the lead in studying discrete event systems, laid the foundation for the research fields of “disturbance analysis” and “sequential optimization”, and has led to a series of breakthroughs in the research of production automation and communication networks. He has won many honors such as IEEE Control Science and Engineering Award, AACC’s Bellman Award and ASME’s Rufus; Oldenburger Award. Professor He pays close attention to and supports China’s scientific and technological undertakings, especially automation theory and engineering practice. Since the 1980s, it has trained nearly ten doctoral students and many visiting scholars for China. Through a series of lectures and collaborative research, China has promoted research on discrete event dynamic systems and manufacturing systems. In addition, it also funded the establishment of “He Panqingyi Discrete Event System Dissertation Award” and Tsinghua University “He Panqingyi Scholarship” in China. In 2000, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Leroy E. Hood

American nationality, system biologist. Born in Missoula, Montana, USA in October 1938. He received a doctorate in medicine from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1964 and a doctorate in biology from the California Institute of Technology in 1968. He is currently the senior vice president and chief scientific officer of the Providence Health and Service Center in the United States, co-founder and chief strategic officer of the Institute of Systems Biology. He was elected as a member of the American Academy of Sciences in 1982, a member of the American Medical College in 2003, and a member of the American Academy of Engineering in 2007.

Leno Yi Hood is the founder of international system biology and one of the advocates of the International Human Genome Program. He has made many important achievements in molecular immunology and genomics research, and at the same time has made outstanding contributions to biotechnology innovation and industrialization. In the 1970s-80s, he conducted groundbreaking research on antibody diversity, validating the hypothesis of “ two genes about antibody diversity, a peptide chain ”, clarifying the genetic diversity of antibody variable areas mechanism. In the 1980s, he developed proteometers, DNA synthesizers, peptide synthesizers, automated DNA sequencers, laying a technical foundation for genomics and proteomics research. Since the 1990s, he has been committed to multidisciplinary cross-cutting and systematic biological research. In 1992, the world’s first interdisciplinary molecular bioengineering department was founded at Washington University in Seattle. Co-founded the world’s first systematic biology in 2000, using integrated genome, transcription group, metabolism group, proteomics technology to study life system networks, published a classic lactose metabolism network, and used mouse neurodegenerative lesions ( The model entered the original system medical study of dynamic network changes,Set an example for systematic biomedical research on diseases. He also took the lead in proposing the predictive (Predictive), preventive (Preventive), individualized (Personalized) and participatory (Participatory) or 4P medicine The new model emphasizes both health and disease, and actively predicts and extrane medicine. Leno Yi Hood also focused on the industrial development of scientific research results, participated in the creation of 15 biotechnology companies, and made outstanding contributions to the transformation of scientific and technological achievements into productivity and promotion worldwide. Signing the above achievements, he successively won important awards such as the Rask Prize, Kyoto Prize, and the National Science Medal.

Leno I. Hood has long been committed to promoting the cooperation between my country and the United States in the fields of genomics and systems biology, providing advice and suggestions for the top-level design of the field of systems biomedicine in China, and actively helping the development of China’s biomedical industry. With his active advocacy and strong support, in 2005 my country’s first systems biomedicine research institution – Shanghai Systems Biomedicine Research Center was established in Shanghai Jiaotong University. He is also an academic master of the overseas team of the National Center for Translational Medicine (Shanghai) Innovation Intelligence Program, Professor Einstein of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and co-initiated the International Human Phenotype Project with Fudan University. He also helped China’s biotechnology industrialization. With his support, most of the more than ten biotechnology companies he participated in establishing have established branches in China, making contributions to the transformation of my country’s biotechnology achievements.

Tomas Hokfelt

biologist. Swedish nationality. Born in Stockholm, Sweden. Graduated from Caroline College, Sweden in 1962, and received a doctorate in medicine from the school in 1971. Since 1969, he has served as an assistant professor at the Caroline College in Sweden, an associate director of the Department of Neuroscience, a professor, and a member of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (1985), Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences (1989). Fellow of the American Academy of Sciences (1984), Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1996), Fellow of the National Academy of Lingqin Sciences of Italy(1993)Foreign Academy of Sciences and Liberal Arts of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences (19996).

Professor Hokfelt is one of the pioneers in the morphological research of chemical neuroinformation transmission. He has made a world-recognized major contribution to the tissue chemistry characteristics of neuron delivery and the neuron system that reveals various neurotransmitter functions and their expression. The central monoamine neuron was determined by the electrological mirror, and for the first time, tissue chemistry was used to prove that the synapse bubble contained a central delivery mass. The effects of many psychotropic substances and hormones were studied, and it was found that dopamine can regulate the secretion of epitaxial hormone release hormone and oxytocin. As one of the pioneers of neurological immunomodulatory chemical methods, he completed a study on the distribution of pedophacinol amines in the central and surrounding nervous systems, and described the central adrenaline neuron system. Recently, we mainly studied the function of neuropeptides and the significance of metamorphosis. It was found that after neurological damage, neuropeptides, neuropeptide receptors and other molecules can be induced to undergo significant changes, suggesting that the neuron itself has an analgesic system for neuropainic pain. Professor Hawk Falt is very concerned about the development of Chinese neuroscience. He has trained a total of 12 visiting scholars, doctoral students and postdoctoral students for China. He has repeatedly traveled to China to participate in academic conferences, lectures and long-term cooperative research. Honorary Director of the Institute of Science and Honorary Professor of Beijing University of Medicine. Elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2000.

John Edward Hopcroft

American nationality, computer scientist. Born in Seattle, Washington, USA in October 1939. He received a doctorate from Stanford University in 1964. Won the ACM Turing Award (1986), IEEE von Neumann Award (2010), and the American Academy of Engineering Simon Lehman Award founder award (2017). He is currently a professor at Cornell University in the United States, a member of the National Academy of Sciences (2009), the National Academy of Engineering (1989), and the National Academy of Arts and Sciences (1987). Former member of the National Science Council of the President of the United States (1992-1998). In 2017, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Hopcroft’s research field is theoretical computer science. He summarized the scattered results of the budding stage of computer science as a holistic system knowledge, and proposed to use gradual analysis as the main indicator for measuring algorithm performance, becoming a major pillar of computer science today. In view of his founding achievements in the design and analysis of algorithms and data structures, he was awarded the Turing Award in 1986. His works on algorithm design 《The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms》 and 《Formal Languages and Their Relation to Automata》 became classic textbooks for computer science, which profoundly affected computer technology workers’ understanding of algorithms And application. He attaches great importance to student training, and many students have become well-known scholars in the field, including Cynthia Dwork, an academician of the American Academy of Sciences and Engineering, and Alfred V. Aho, Daniela Rus, Gilles Brassard, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Guo Bainin, Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Engineering, etc. In recent years, he has actively explored and pointed out the forward-looking development direction of computer science, carried out research work in machine learning, parallel computing and social complex networks, and made a series of important contributions.

Hopcroft is committed to promoting the development and reform of computer science talent education in my country. Since 2011, he has worked at Shanghai Transportation University for three months each year, teaching computer science direction courses, and has spent six consecutive Christmas sessions in China. , Teaching 13 times, selecting more than 600 people. He also published the course handout in my country almost free of charge. The only requirement is to sell for less than 30 yuan to ensure that all students can pay. He formed a lecture professor group composed of world-renowned computer scientists to introduce information on the talent training system and curriculum of international first-class universities. During his time as a special advisor to the principal of Shanghai Jiaobu University, he participated in the introduction of more than ten high-level scholars; during his supervision of computer professional teaching evaluation, he took 45 classes a month. In addition, he also carried out teaching and scientific cooperation with universities such as Beijing University, Tsinghua University, China University of Technology, Harbin University of Technology, Jilin University, and Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), jointly training more than ten PhD students have guided many young teachers and students in colleges and universities in my country to carry out research work, which has promoted exchanges in computer science theory research in China and the United States. Shanghai Jiaot University and Peking University have set up computer science research centers led by him, aiming to recruit world-class scholars to promote computer science theory research and talent training. Invited by the leadership of the State Council and the Ministry of Education, he has repeatedly offered suggestions for the reform and development of higher education in my country. In 2016, he won the highest honor Chinese Government Friendship Award awarded by our government to foreign experts who have made outstanding contributions in China’s modernization.

Brian John Hoskins

Atmosphericist. British nationality. Professor, Department of Meteorology, University of Liding, UK (Reading). Born in Bristol, UK. Graduated from the University of Cambridge in 1966 and received a doctorate degree from the school in 1970. Former Chairman of the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS).

Professor Hoskins is mainly engaged in basic theoretical research on the atmospheric and marine dynamics of rotating planets. Systematically developed “ bit theory ”, “ half-land transfer theory and peak theory ”, and proposed “ spherical Rossby wave propagation theory ” and “ transient wave and average flow The theory of interaction ”, and the importance of monsoon heating for desert and summer. He has won many scientific and technological awards such as the Richardson Award and Buken Award of the Royal Meteorological Society, and the American Meteorological Society Card - Costa Dove Rosbe Research Award. Professor Hoskins has been invited to academic exchanges in my country many times. He has visited many universities and research institutes in my country for academic reports, held lectures, and actively promoted the China-British-British atmospheric science collaboration, enthusiastically carried out cooperative projects, and also helped China obtain The right to host the - International Atmosphere“Ocean- Hydrological Joint Academic Conference-. Elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2002.

Kendall N. Houk

Kendall Hock (Kendall N. Houk), American nationality, theory and computerist. Born in Tennessee, USA in February 1943. He received a doctorate from Harvard University in 1968. He is currently a lecture professor at Saul Winstein, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles. He has won seven important awards from the American Chemical Society, including the Arthur Cope Scholar Award, Arthur Cope Award and Roger Adams Organic Chemistry Award, as well as the Schrodinger Award from the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists. He was elected as a senior member of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists in 1998, a member of the International Academy of Quantum Molecules in 2003, and a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2021.

He is one of the pioneers in combining computing and experimenting to study chemistry, and has made significant contributions to understanding the mechanism of chemical reactions, stereochemistry, and the design of biological enzymes. Zhouhuan response is one of the most widely used organic responses. Professor Hawke is the authority in this research field and has made a huge contribution to understanding the mechanism of response. He developed the Hawk rule to predict reaction activity, and Hawke reversed the selective model to predict the rotation form of the open ring reaction. Hawke was the first scholar to use quantum mechanics to study the transition state of chemical reactions and is considered to be one of the pioneers and leaders of computing chemistry. His research field is extensive, and a series of rules and models named after him have been developed and widely used. Professor Hawke has developed a metaphysical-combined model, that is, the energy that reflects the transition state can be determined by molecular distortion and molecular function, so that the controlling factor that can quantitatively reveal the difference in reaction activity between different types of molecules is considered to be a frontier orbit from Fukui. A major leap in organic chemistry after theory,This model has also been applied to a reaction in this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Professor Hawke collaborated with biochemists such as David Baker to calculate enzyme catalysts for responses to natural enzymes that cannot be catalyzed, thereby achieving catalytic non-natural chemical reactions. He also collaborated with Professor Tang Yi of UCLA to discover and name a new type of enzyme, Zhou Ring Enzyme, to jointly receive this year’s British Chemical Society Horizon Award.

Chenming Calvin Hu

Microelectronologist. American citizenship. Born in Beijing, China in July 1947. In 1973, he received a doctorate degree from the University of California, Berkeley. From 1991 to 1994, he was an honorary professor at the Tsinghua University ( Beijing ) Microelectronics Institute. Elected as a member of the American Academy of Engineering Sciences in 1997.

Professor Hu Jingming is an important pioneer in the research of microelectronics microchemical physics and reliability physics, and has made significant contributions to the development of semiconductor devices and future miniaturization. The main technological achievements are: Lead to study BSIM, and promote the mathematical model from the complex physics of the actual MOSFET transistor. This mathematical model was selected as the first of the design chips by the transistor model council with 38 major international companies in 1997. And the only international standard;Invented a variety of new structural devices such as FinFET, which is highly noticed internationally; contributed to the physical research on the reliability of microelectronic devices: first, proposed the physical mechanism of thermelectron failure, and developed a method for quickly predicting the life of thin oxidation devices using collision ionization current, and Proposed a physical mechanism for thin oxidation layer failure and a method for quickly predicting the life of thin oxidation layer with high voltage. The first computer numerical simulation tool for IC reliability based on the physical reliability of the device was created. At the invitation of Yan Dongxing Academician in 1985, Hu Jingming and other three American scientists put forward strategic and important advice and suggestions for the development of my country’s microelectronics science and technology, which had a greater impact on the development of my country’s microelectronics science and technology at that time. Since 1981, it has cooperated with the University of Electronics and Technology, the Microelectronics Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Zhejiang University and other schools to conduct research and give academic lectures to help promote the holding of international conferences in China. In 1990, five graduate scholarships were set up in Bett University and Tsinghua, and Chinese international students were encouraged to return home to develop semiconductor industry.

Yonggang Huang

American nationality, solid mechanic. Born in Beijing in November 1962. He received a bachelor’s degree from Peking University in 1984 and a Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1990. He is currently a professor of honorary chair at Northwestern University. He was elected as a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in 2010, and as a member of the National Academy of Engineering and a member of the European Academy of Sciences in 2017. He is the scholar with the highest citation rate among academicians under the age of 75 in the field of solid mechanics or engineering in the United States; he is the scholar with the highest citation rate in the field of world solid mechanics in (1998-2017) in the past two decades; Chinese scholars with the highest citation rate for articles in the field of solid mechanics. In 2017, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Huang Yonggang’s mechanical behavior in research materials and electronic devices. The main technological achievements include: 1) Created an extensionable inorganic electronic device field: Extendable electronic devices can better adapt to the portability, shape variability, and human suitability of the next generation of electronic products. There are strategic applications in areas such as health care and military defense,It is an innovative development direction in the field of modern information. Although inorganic microelectronic materials can break through the performance bottleneck of organic semiconductor materials, they are extremely challenging to extend their extension due to the limitations of variable and rigid base preparation. Based on the principle of mechanics, he created new concepts such as fractal interconnection wires, silicon response isolation design, etc. that can extend inorganic electronic devices, and created quantitative design theories and preparation methods to keep functional inorganic materials very small when the device is greatly deformed. The extension rate of 300% of the device greatly expands the application range of the device,A variety of new devices such as electronic eye cameras and epidermis electrons have been opened, and related patents have been used by industry to develop and produce a variety of flexible health monitoring products. 2) created a contingency gradient theory based on a micro mechanism: traditional plastic theory cannot explain the change in material hardness at a micronanometer. He created a contingency gradient theory system based on a micro-mechanism, successfully explained the scale effect of nanoparticle experiments, and became the technical standard for such experiments. It was adopted by hundreds of universities, research institutions, and companies from 54 countries and widely used in micronanomechanics. Performance measurement. The above results have laid and expanded the frontiers of modern mechanics research, with a wide range of important academic influences.

Huang Yonggang has made important contributions to the development of my country’s mechanics and flexible electronics disciplines. Trained and delivered a number of solid mechanics and flexible electronics research backbones for the country. 17 Chinese doctoral students and postdoctors trained in the United States have returned to China, including 1 973 chief, 3 Jieqing, 6 Yuxing, 2 Qingqian, 2 Seeking to be outstanding youth、1 《 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Technology Technology Review 》 Young Inventor (TR35) and 1 International Engineering Science Association Young Scientist Award. In addition, in conjunction with universities such as Tsinghua, Zheda University, Ka Gongda, Tongji, Da Gong, and Nanhang, 9 postdoctors and 28 PhD (3 people received the best paper ). Working in China for three months each year, more than 380 SCI papers are published jointly with domestic scholars, and the other quotes are more than 23,000 times, including 《Science》6 ( of which Tsinghua is the first or communication author 2 ) and its sub-publishes 3 articles, 《1>1>1 and 14 articles. Planning to establish the Tsinghua “ Advanced Mechanics and Materials Research Center ” and Zhenda “ Soft Substances Research Center ” as directors, and has been approved for two 973 projects ( Chief Unit ), which has led to domestic The development of extension of inorganic electronic devices.

Sumio Iijima

Japanese nationality, nanoscientist. Born in Japan in May 1939, he received a doctorate from Northeast University in Japan in 1968. In 2010, he was elected as a bachelor of Japan. Elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2011.

Masao Iijima is one of the founders of high-resolution electron microscopy; he announced in 1991 that he observed nano-carbon tubes in the 《Nature》 magazine, thereby opening up a new research field of one-dimensional nanomaterials, to promote The development of nanotechnology has made great contributions. The single article of the paper has been cited more than 10,At the top of this field. In 1971, he combined the electron microscopic image of titanium niobate with its crystal structure, showing that a pivot point in the high-resolution image corresponds to the metal atomic column. People directly see that the good wishes of atoms have finally come true. An emerging high-resolution electron microscopic discipline was also born. The rise of high-resolution electron microscopy not only brings new vitality to the physical sciences of solid physics, solid chemistry, electronics, materials science, and geological minerals, but also plays a great role in the research of the vital biomolecular structure in life sciences. Promote the role. In 1991, he observed nano-carbon tubes in carbon materials prepared by the arc. It is a seamless, hollow tube composed of graphite layers formed by carbon atoms. The island of Chengzhou used electron microscopic and electronic diffraction to characterize the diameter, wall layer and spiral of the nano-carbon tube, thus identifying this new variety of carbon. He then prepared technology in nano-carbon control; the technology to open the nano-carbon pipe closed end and implement the tube filling; the physical and chemical properties of the nano-carbon tube; the nanotubes and nanosometers of some other substances have been systematically studied. Nano-carbon tubes have peculiar electrical properties and are considered to be important candidates for nanomatology; nano-carbon tubes also have excellent emission electronics and luminous properties; high-thanomechanical properties and good chemical adsorption and filling possibilities. Therefore, the research of nanocarbon tubes has become an important direction for nanoscience and technology, and it is also a frontier and hot spot for cohesion in the fields of physics and materials science. The pioneering work of the male and female men of Iijima has laid his leading position in nanotechnology. Masao Yindao is a good friend of the Chinese people and has made important contributions to the development of Chinese nanotechnology and electronics microscopy. He was one of the earliest Japanese scientists to visit China after the Cultural Revolution. While in the United States, he enthusiastically directed and helped Chinese visiting scholars. After returning to Japan, he cooperated with several research groups such as Tsinghua and Beta University to research and train graduate students and publish high-quality research results. Many of the Chinese students under the guidance have become academic leaders. He is an emeritus professor at Tsinghua University, Peking University, Xi’an University of Transportation, Zhejiang University and a lecture professor at Southeastern University. He is also a member of the International Advisory Committee of Shenyang Materials Science ( United ) National Laboratory of the Institute of Metals of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Herbert Jäckle

Herbert Jacquel ( Herbert Jäckle ), German nationality, development biologist. Born in Konstanz, Germany in July 1949. He received a doctorate from the University of Freiburg, Germany in 1977. Honorary Director of the Institute of Biophysics and Chemistry of the Mapu Society of Germany, who served as Vice Chairman of the Mapu Society in 2002— in 2014. He was elected as a member of the European Academy of Sciences in 1990, a member of the German National Academy of Sciences in 1998, and a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2021.

Professor Jacques mainly studies the biochemical pathways of fruit flies and the molecular mechanism of the control network.Nature, Science, CellPublished more than 200 papers in academic journals. He provided breakthrough insights into the early development of fruit flies, especially in the network regulation and functional mechanism of fruit fly segmentation genes, including cloning and identification of a series of key fruit fly interval genes such as Krüppel, hunchback; revealing In the early and back axis development of fruit flies, the regulation component’s regulation effect on the interval gene. In addition, he has also achieved a series of pioneering results in the mechanism of the balance of energy metabolism of fruit flies, including the functional identification of key enzymes in the process of fat cell mobilization; the identification of key genes that affect fat storage and fat mobilization; proteomics of fat droplets Research, etc. These findings reveal a series of important genes and molecular mechanisms that control human organ formation and energy metabolism, and provide new methods for developing treatment of obesity and diabetes.