Anil Kumar Jain

American nationality, computer scientist. Born in Busti, Uttar Pradesh, India in August 1948. In 1973, he obtained a doctorate from Ohio State University. He is currently an outstanding professor at Michigan State University. He was elected as a member of the National Academy of Engineering in 2016 and a foreign academician of the National Academy of Engineering in India. In 2019, he was elected as a member of the Academy of Sciences in developing countries.

Anil Kumar Jahn’s academic achievements include 14 books and 267 journal papers. Google academic quotes are as high as 194,880 times, of which more than 75% of the papers are cited more than 1,000 times. In 2019, the H-index index was 183,H-index ranks first among scientists in the global computer science and electronics field.

Anil Kumar Jahn is one of the main pioneers in the field of model recognition. In particular, writings and papers on basic scientific issues such as clustering algorithms, characteristic selection, artificial neural networks, and statistical model identification have become classic work in this field. Especially in the past 30 years, Jaen has focused on biometric identification, which is the frontier direction of artificial intelligence and has broad application prospects in areas such as security and finance. Jaen made historical contributions in the positioning, theoretical system, and application promotion of biometric identification, which eventually made it a subject area and industrial direction for the now booming biometric identification. Jaen is one of the main founders of biometric identification theory, solving the long-term problem of troubled biometric identification – how to establish a statistical model of scientific analysis fingerprint matching error rate, which proves that there is a very small but non-zero error in fingerprint matching Probability of receiving; breakthrough traditional fingerprint algorithms’ reliance on detailed characteristics,Proposed a small fingerprint area identification method based on texture, helped Chinese listed companies to develop and promote the fingerprint identification system applied to hundreds of millions of mobile devices; proposed an effective identification method for low-quality subprime fingerprints at crime scenes, and promoted fingerprints The application of identification in the judicial field; the first international study on fingerprint image reconstruction、Safety and privacy issues such as template encryption, tamper detection, and living anti-counterfeiting have improved the biometrics discipline system. Jaen’s biometric identification research results were authorized to companies such as Goodix, IBM and Kairos, France Sagem Morpho, and NEC in Japan.

Anil Kumar Jahn has loved China from the heart. Since 1981, he has come to China for academic exchanges and technical consultations almost every year. He has been employed by the Central Academy of Automation, Tsinghua, Kawada, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong Institute of Technology and other universities. And middle control wisdom, foreign exchange top technology、Kawada Zhisheng and other leading companies cooperated with China to complete the international cooperation project of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and co-edited the first international 《 Biometric Identification Encyclopedia 》 and 《 Human Face Identification Manual 》, co-founded China Biological Identification Academic Conference,Helped China successfully apply for the first International Computer Vision Conference in China, ICCV2005 and International Model Identification Academic Conference ICPR2018, trained 24 doctors, postdoctors and visiting scholars from China, and cooperated with the Tsinghua University Zhou Jie team in the field of fingerprint recognition Published 7 IEEE journal papers,Related achievements won the second prize of National Technology Invention in 2018. In 2019, the Academy of Sciences of Developing Countries selected Professor Jaen as an academician of the Academy of Sciences of Developing Countries in view of his important contribution to the development of China’s science and technology in 38 years.

Yuet Wai Kan

Physicist. American citizenship. Born in Hong Kong. He received a bachelor of science degree from the School of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong in 1958 and a doctorate in science from the school in 1980. He has been a researcher at the Howard Hughes Institute of Medicine in the United States since 1976, a lecture professor at the University of California, San Francisco, USA since 1983, and a director of the Institute of Molecular Biology at the University of Hong Kong since 1990. Member of the Royal Society (1981), member of the Royal College of Physicians (1983), academician of the National Academy of Sciences (1986), academician of the Third World Academy of Sciences, Taiwan“Central Institute”.

Professor Jie Yuewei is the founder of DNA analysis. First determine the degree of hybridization of the bead protein chain of α-editerranean anemia patients to determine the α- genetic deficiency of α- ground-poor patients, find the length of the enzyme in the sickle cell anemia restrictive internal incision, and apply this to genetic diagnosis and Prenatal diagnosis. He is the founder of cell-specific gene transfer. He first realized the gene transfer of red system cell specificity, using erythrocyte proteins and transcription viral carrier shell proteins to form hybrid proteins, thereby achieving the transfer of specific genes. Widely concerned. Elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1996.

Muhammad Asif Khan

Pakistani nationality, geologist, born in Peshawar, Pakistan in November 1954. In 1988, he received a Ph.D. in Geology from the Imperial Polytechnic Institute of the University of London. He is currently the president of Peshawar University and a tenured professor. Elected as a member of the Pakistan Academy of Sciences in 2009.

Arthur Han has been engaged in geological structure research for a long time. Using the Himalayan mountain belt ( Western structure knot ) as a natural experimental field, using plate theory to reveal the process and mechanism of mountain construction, has achieved internationally recognized academic achievements: 1.For the first time, it was revealed that the huge volcanic-sedimentary terrain evolution of Kohistan experienced three stages of magma intrusion. The second stage was accompanied by a significant crustal shortening of deformation, proposing the Kohistan island arc as a typical inner ocean arc, clarifying the root of its crust Features, which in turn reveals its drift and collision with the Karakoron plate and the Indian plate; 2.Construction of the evolution model of the India-Afghanistan collision zone, for the first time proving that the Kuram fault zone is a seaming zone between the Indian plate and the Afghan plate; 3. Established a Pakistan live fault and earthquake database, constructed and developed a regional seismic source model, completed earthquake risk assessment, and participated in the preparation of building earthquake resistance specifications; 4.Conducted a geological disaster study on the Central Bakar Rakun Highway (KKH) under climate change and earthquake conditions, clarified the characteristics of disaster activities, revealed the distribution patterns, and proposed risk assessment methods. The research results have been widely used in the fields of minerals, energy, water resources evaluation and development, and disaster prevention and mitigation, and have promoted social and economic development.

He successively served as the director of the National Geological Center of Excellence, the president of Karakoram International University and the University of Peshawar, and was awarded the Tamgha-i-Imtiaz Distinguished Citizen Medal by the Pakistani Government and the “Gold Medal of Earth Science” by the Pakistan Academy of Sciences, leading the development of Badiology; He has successively established two international journals of geosciences, playing an important role in promoting the development of geosciences in Asia.

Assef Han cooperated with Chinese scientists through various channels and methods, hosted the 13th International Himalaya-Karakorum-Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Conference, invited more than ten Chinese scholars to participate in the conference, and promoted the cooperation between China and Pakistan in this region Cooperation and exchanges; assist Chinese scholars to obtain the right to host the 15th conference, and lead a delegation to participate in the conference, and continue to promote China-Brazil geoscience and technology cooperation. Jointly undertook major projects of the Natural Science Foundation of China with academician Ding Lin’s team, conducted joint investigations and research with Chinese scholars, and obtained a series of achievements such as the deep structure of the Himalayas, the timing of continental collisions, and ultra-high pressure metamorphism, which have been recognized by international peers. He has been working with the Chengdu Institute of Mountain Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for a long time to carry out research on mountain disaster risk and prevention of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, serving the construction of the corridor, and has achieved remarkable results. He has cooperated with the Chinese side to promote the joint establishment of the “China-Pakistan Earth Science Research Center” by the Pakistan Higher Education Commission and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. “Belt and Road” National Science and Technology Innovation Action Plan Demonstration Project and National Platform for International Science and Technology Cooperation and the highest national priority construction project of the Pakistani government.

Assef Han has long promoted the cooperation in earth science and technology between China and Pakistan, helping to enhance China’s scientific and technological influence in South Asia and the Islamic world; he and China jointly initiated the establishment of the International Disaster Reduction Science Alliance to promote the “Belt and Road” disaster prevention and mitigation; in addition, During his tenure as president, he established Confucius Institutes at Karakoram International University and Peshawar University respectively, making important contributions to China-Pakistan cultural exchanges.

George Smoot III

George Smoot received his Ph.D. in Physics from M.I.T. in 1970 and was a postdoctoral researcher at M.I.T. before moving to UC Berkeley in 1971. Honors include: NASA Medal for Exceptional Science Achievement, Kilby Award, Lawrence Award, Nobel Prize in Physics 2006.

Research Interests

2006 Nobel Prize winner-Experimental Astrophysicist George Smoot is an active researcher in observational astrophysics and cosmology. Smoot’s group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley is observing our galaxy and the cosmic background radiation that is a remnant from the fiery beginning of our Universe. Projects include ground-based radio-telescope observations, balloon-borne instrumentation, and satellite experiments. The most famous of these is COBE (the NASA Cosmic Background Explorer satellite), which has shown that the cosmic background radiation intensity has a wavelength dependence precisely that of a perfectly absorbing body, indicating that it is the relic radiation from the Big Bang origin of the Universe.

Using NASA’s COBE DMR, Smoot and his colleagues made a map of the early Universe discovering the seeds of present day galaxies and clusters of galaxies. These seeds show up as variations at one part in 100,000 levels in density from place to place. They also reveal information on the Big Bang and the origin of the Universe. In addition to continuing work on the four years of COBE data and on-going balloon experiments, Dr. Smoot has joined with colleagues in Europe to propose a new European Space Agency satellite to extend and improve these measurements. That satellite is now known as the Planck Satellite and is currently mapping the sky.  Dr. Smoot has also published a popular book on cosmology: Wrinkles in Time.

Current Projects
CMB data analysis: A major effort is data processing and analysis and the development of new techniques and algorithms. This included the analysis and extension of the extensive data set obtained by the COBE satellite during its four-year mission, analysis of balloon-borne instruments’ (MAXIMA/Boomerang) data, and analysis of the second-generation CMB anisotropy mission WMAP (Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe -launched June 2000). This has recently moved to analysis of the observations from the Max Planck Surveyor is the (launched May 2009) third-generation CMB anisotropy satellite. Post doctoral fellows associated with this effort are analyzing observations from the South Pole Telescope (SPT) and the Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACT) (see Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics (link is external).

Galactic Emission Mapping (GEM): The GEM project is aimed at measuring and modeling Galactic millimeter to meter wavelength emission and Galactic structure. We utilize data from satellites, such as COBE and ground-based observations in our Galactic modeling. As a major component of the program, we have developed a precise, controlled radio telescope and receivers, which are used to make and calibrate radio maps of the sky. The GEM instrumentation has operated from a remote site in California, Colombia, and Tenerife (the Canary Islands), and is currently in Brazil and a sister instrument has recently begun observations in Portugal.

Dark Energy Probes: We have a significant effort in (weak) gravitational lensing and a portion of the group works on the supernova cosmology project, and potential Dark Energy satellite probes such as EUCLID or JDEM. A major effort is work on developing Big BOSS which is a proposed next generation follow on to the BOSS (Baryonacoustic Oscillation Sky Survey) which is currently measuring the location and spectra of about 5 million galaxies and on the scale of a million quasars. This is a currently growing effort. This work is connected to BCCP.

Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics: I am the founding Director of the Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics (BCCP) and we have a substantial effort going in basic cosmology research in theory and observations as well as a large education and public outreach set of activities. We also have a number of global partners such as the Paris Center for Cosmological Physics (PCCP) and the Institute for the Early Universe (IEU).

Gurdev S. Khush

Plant geneticist. Indian nationality. Chief Breeder, Head of the Department of Genetics, Breeding and Biochemistry, International Rice Research Institute (Philippines). Born in Punjab, India. In 1957, he received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis. He is a member of the Indian National Academy of Sciences, a member of the Third World Academy of Sciences, a foreign member of the American Academy of Sciences, and a foreign member of the Royal Society.

Professor Kush found that the difference between cultivated rye and four wild species lies in the number of chromosomal translocations in the study of the cytotaxonomy of the genus Graminea, revealing the important role of chromosomal position variation in the origin of species of this genus. In the study of tomato genome types, all tomato linkage groups were integrated with corresponding chromosomes, and all centromere positions and directions of each linkage group were determined. Since 1967, he has presided over research projects on rice varieties with high yield and resistance to diseases and insect pests. Rice improvement projects in various countries have used the breeding materials he researched to screen and promote more than 300 improved varieties. In addition, in cooperation with scientists from Cornell University, Dr. Kush established the first rice molecular linkage map, used molecular markers to locate many genes that affect important traits, and carried out rice molecular marker-assisted breeding. At present, genetic engineering technology is being used to transfer genes affecting biotic and abiotic resistance to rice. He has won many international academic awards such as the American Agricultural Society Award, the Japan Science and Technology Foundation Award, and the Wolf Agriculture Award. Professor Kush has been cooperating with Chinese rice scientists for a long time, helping to prepare for the establishment of the China Rice Research Institute, providing high-quality rice breeding lines, training scientific and technological personnel, and co-hosting international academic conferences. He has won many honors such as the 2000 Chinese Government Friendship Award and the 2001 Chinese Government Friendship Award for International Science and Technology Cooperation. In 2002, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Klaus Von Klitzing

Prof. Dr. Klaus von Klitzing is heading the department “Low Dimensional Electron Systems” at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart, Germany.

He was born on 28th June 1943 in Schroda. Klaus von Klitzing studied Physics at the Technical University of Braunschweig. He continued his scientific career at the University of Würzburg, receiving his doctorate in 1972 and his habilitation in 1978. Subsequently, he was appointed professor at the Technical University of Munich (1980-1984), before becoming both Honorarprofessor (part-time prof.) at the University of Stuttgart and Director and Scientific Member at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in 1985.

During his scientific career, Klaus von Klitzing had research stays at the University of Oxford, England, at the High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Grenoble, France, and at the IBM Research Lab in the Yorktown Heights, USA.

In 1985, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Klaus von Klitzing “for the discovery of the quantized Hall effect”.

Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus

Katharina Kohse-Höinghaus is a professor of Physical Chemistry at Bielefeld University, Germany, since 1994 and was appointed as a Senior Professor in 2017. Her research targets combustion chemistry and diagnostics with a multidisciplinary approach encompassing aspects of chemistry, physics, material science and engineering.

Kohse-Höinghaus has been honored with prestigious awards, professorships and lectureships for her scientific contributions, including the German Cross of the Order of Merit (Bundesverdienstkreuz am Bande), the Giulio Natta Medal in Chemical Engineering of the Politecnico di Milano, and the three highest awards for international scientific cooperation issued by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the People’s Republic of China. CAS has also awarded her a Distinguished Scientist Presidential International Fellowship in 2020. Furthermore, she is a Fellow of the Combustion Institute and was awarded its Alfred C. Egerton Gold Medal in 2018. She has received the Walther Nernst Medal of the Bunsen Society of Physical Chemistry in 2020.

Professor Kohse-Höinghaus is a member of six academies, including both, the German National Academies of Sciences (Leopoldina) and of Engineering (acatech) as well as the European Academy of Sciences. She has also served in numerous functions in professional societies and academic organizations, including the German Council of Sciences and the Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat) that advises the government as well as the International Advisory Board of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. She was president of the Bunsen Society of Physical Chemistry and member of the senates of the German Research Foundation (DFG) and of the Helmholtz Association of National laboratories.

In the combustion field, she has served as editor-in-chief of Combustion and Flame, is a member of several editorial boards and she has been the president of the international professional society The Combustion Institute from 2012-2016. Kohse-Höinghaus serves in the scientific advisory boards of several national and international research centers and foundations. She is also a dedicated teacher and mentor to early-career researchers, with more than 100 theses supervised, and founded the first hands-on school lab at a German university in 1999 as a nucleus of out-of-school teaching activities in the STEM disciplines.

Markku Tapio Kulmala

Finnish nationality, atmospheric physicist and terrestrial ecosystem meteorologist. Born in Fusar, Finland in October 1958 . In 1988 , he received a doctorate degree from the University of Helsinki, Finland. He was elected as a member of the Finnish Academy of Sciences and Humanities in 2004 and a member of the European Academy of Sciences in 2012 .

Kulmala’s research areas include mechanisms of atmospheric aerosol nucleation and growth, aerosol – atmospheric cluster dynamics, and biosphere – aerosol – cloud – climate interactions. Aerosols are currently the most uncertain issue in understanding the climate effects of human activities. The nucleation and growth of new particles has always been a scientific problem that plagues the academic community. The biggest bottleneck lies in neutral clusters and their nucleation mechanism. Based on theoretical analysis, he predicted the existence of neutral clusters, theoretically deduced its activation growth mechanism, and further developed measurement technology, realized the direct measurement of particles below 3 nanometers and the composition analysis of ultrafine particles, and confirmed the neutral clusters and clarified the role of ultra-low volatile components in the process of cluster growth, perfecting the theory of new particle generation and growth. The relevant parameterization scheme has become a key module of the international mainstream environment and climate models, which significantly reduces the uncertainty of aerosol simulation. He led the development of the Earth System Process Integrated Observation Test Base SMEAR , making it a globally recognized “flagship station” with the most complete measurement parameters and the longest duration. Based on observations and theoretical analysis, a feedback loop mechanism of terrestrial biosphere – aerosol – cloud – climate interaction COBACC is proposed , which quantitatively reveals how global warming caused by CO2 increase and changes in forest productivity affect natural emissions of volatile organic compounds and COBACC. The formation of sub-organic aerosols, which in turn affect cloud and radiation balances and generate feedbacks on the climate system. Based on related work, more than 800 SCI papers (including 11Nature and 13 Science) , with a total of more than 30,000 citations . In the past five years, he has been the most cited scientist in the field of ESI geosciences in the world, with a high impact index H-index of 84 . He has won a number of international awards, including the highest award in the field of aerosols, the ” Fuchs Memorial Award” and the Wilhelm Bjerkenes Medal of the European Geophysical Union .

Kulmala has carried out substantive cooperation with Chinese scholars for nearly ten years, and has made important contributions to the scientific and technological progress in the fields of atmospheric environment and climate change in my country. He actively promotes and develops cooperation and personnel training with Chinese universities and research institutes (including Nanjing University, Fudan University, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Institute of Remote Sensing, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Academy of Environmental Sciences, etc.). He successively invited Chinese scholars to participate in the EU FP6 and FP7 projects to help my country develop the Earth System Regional Process Observation Platform; he promoted the iLEAPS project international project office to settle in China, and invited China as the main sponsor in the process of leading the PEEX project, which strengthened my country’s The degree of internationalization in the field of climate change and the environment. He is very concerned about the complex air pollution problems faced by our country, and has been committed to promoting bilateral cooperation at the national and city levels, actively seeking funds and technologies from Europe to help my country’s key cities control air pollution; many of the instruments he has led the development of have been well received in my country The application has played an important role in revealing the formation mechanism of haze and promoted the development of my country’s atmospheric environmental science and technology.

Tsung-Dao Lee

Physicist. American citizenship. Born in Shanghai, China, originally from Suzhou, Jiangsu. From 1944 to 1946, he studied in Zhejiang University and Southwest Associated University. In 1950, he received a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Chicago. He was a professor at Columbia University in 1956, a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton in 1960, a Fermi Chair Professor at Columbia University since 1964, and a “Campus Chair Professor” at Columbia University since 1984. Academician of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1959), academician of the National Academy of Sciences (1964), foreign academician of the Italian Academy of Linqin (1982), and academician of Taiwan’s “Academia Sinica” (1957). He has won the Nobel Prize in Physics, the Einstein Prize in Science (1957), and the Supreme Knight of the Italian Republic (1986).

As an important epoch-making contribution, he discovered the law of parity violation in the weak interaction, and won the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics with Professor Yang Zhenning. From the late 1940s to the early 1970s, in the field of weak interaction research, two-component neutrino theory, universality of weak interaction, intermediate boson theory, and CP violation in neutral kaon decay were made, etc. Important research results; In terms of statistical mechanics, he cooperated with Yang Zhenning and Huang Kesun to make a groundbreaking contribution to many-body theory. In the 1970s and 1980s, he created the non-topological soliton theory and hadron model, and proposed the “Li model”, “KLN theorem” and the concept of “abnormal nuclear state” in quantum field theory. In 1994, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Young Hee Lee

Young Hee Lee, Korean nationality, physicist of low-dimensional materials. Born in South Korea in July 1955. He received a bachelor’s degree from Chonbuk National University in South Korea in 1982, a master’s degree and a doctorate degree from Kent State University in the United States in 1982 and 1986, respectively. He is currently the director of the Integrated Nanostructure Physics Center of the Korea Institute of Basic Science, and a professor of the Department of Energy Science and Department of Physics, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea. In 2006, he was awarded the title of National Scholar of Korea. In 2007, he was elected as an academician of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology. In 2020, he was elected as an academician of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World. In 2021, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Professor Lee Young Hee has long been engaged in the exploration and research of low-dimensional materials, physical properties and their applications. In recent years, he has taken the lead in preparing wafer-level single-crystal single-layer/multi-layer graphene, and has made a series of leading work in the field of growth of single-layer two-dimensional materials and heterojunctions. For the first time, the transition from 2H semiconductor to 1T or 1T’ metal phase was realized in MoTe 2 , and a new idea for controlling the phase transition of 2D materials was proposed; the growth technology of 2D ferromagnetic semiconductor was invented, and it was realized in V-WSe 2 Room temperature ferromagnetic properties; using the carrier multiplication effect in 2D semiconductor materials, energy conversion efficiencies close to 99% were obtained in 2D MoTe 2 and WSe 2 . In addition, Professor Li Yongxi has made important contributions to the application of carbon nanotubes, and realized the supercapacitor based on single-walled carbon nanotubes for the first time. This technology can be effectively applied to touch screens and other fields; in cooperation with South Korea’s Samsung, a 32-inch FED flat panel has been developed Displays have promoted the industrialization of carbon nanomaterials in the fields of electronics and energy. Professor Li Yongxi has published more than 600 academic papers so far, which have been cited by SCI for more than 47,000 times, with an H index of 107. He has been selected as “Highly Cited Scientist” by Clarivate Analytics for many years and has won many academic awards.

Louis Legendre

French nationality, marine scientist. Received a doctorate from Dalhousie University in 1971. Honorary professor of Sorbonne University (formerly Paris VI University) and University of Larva in Canada. He was elected as a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Sciences in 1998 and a member of the European Academy of Sciences in 2016.

He is engaged in the interdisciplinary research of earth system science and marine ecological environment, summarizing and summarizing systematic theories from observation, experiment, data analysis and modeling, and creating a new subject field – “Numerical Ecology (Numerical Ecology), and applying it to Pioneering studies of oceanography, limnology, and sea ice ecosystems, which became an innovative field in Earth system science. His 1979 book Numerical Ecology was the first international monograph and textbook in the field and has since been reprinted Five times, cited more than 20,000 times, made a significant contribution to the development of disciplines and personnel training. The method of numerical ecology has strongly promoted the development of oceanography. In 2015, the “Critical Depth The “Hypothesis” special issue refers to him as one of the three international pioneers in this field. He is the first chairman of the “International Council for Ocean Science Arctic Sea Ice Program” and the chairman of the Canadian Joint Research on Global Ocean Flux (JGOFS). The link between carbon flux and ecosystem biogeochemical characteristics has been established, and its experimental research and model research have played an important role in the JGOFS program, and related research results have been published in “Science”, driving the rapid development of this field. In these interdisciplinary On the basis of research, he gradually formed a systematic scientific thought, which is reflected in his new book “Living Planets in the Solar System—Earth System Science”. He has published more than 260 academic papers, 7 monographs and textbooks, participated in He has written 12 monographs, and he has given more than 550 reports and lectures in 34 countries, including more than 110 themed reports and invited reports, which has produced extensive influence in the academic circle.

Over the past 20 years, Louis Legendre has had close relationships with many educational and research institutions such as the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the South China Sea Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Bioenergy and Process Research, the Second Institute of Oceanography of the Ministry of Natural Resources, Xiamen University, and Shandong University. Cooperation, and published a number of cooperative articles such as Science. . He actively participated in and contributed to the design of my country’s global ocean Bio-Argo monitoring indicators and global ocean layout. He cooperated with Chinese scientists to create a permanent forum of “Marine Biogeochemistry” in the prestigious American academic brand-Gordon Research Frontier Forum (GRC). It has become an important international academic stage for my country to speak out on the international high-end academic stage. Since 1997, he has held more than 30 academic lectures across China, encouraging young and middle-aged talents to grow rapidly. For example, he recommended a researcher from the Institute of South China Sea of ​​the Chinese Academy of Sciences to be elected as the chairman of the “9th International Ocean Remote Sensing Conference”; he helped a researcher from the Second Institute of Oceanography of the Ministry of Natural Resources to conduct research on submarine hydrothermal geochemistry, and the latter was awarded the title of “Chinese Female Scientist”. In 2017, the Chinese Academy of Sciences initiated the creation of the “Yanqi Lake Conference” international academic forum aimed at building an international brand. Professor Legendre responded positively, participated in the first forum while sick and made a report on the opening conference. He has made outstanding contributions to the training of young Chinese scientists and the development of China’s marine science and technology.

Jean-Marie Lehn

Jean-Marie Lehn, (born September 30, 1939, Rosheim, France), French chemist who, together with Charles J. Pedersen and Donald J. Cram, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1987 for his contribution to the laboratory synthesis of molecules that mimic the vital chemical functions of molecules in living organisms.

Lehn earned a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Strasbourg in 1963, and in 1970 he became a professor of chemistry at Louis Pasteur University in Strasbourg. From 1979 to 2010 he was a professor at the Collège de France in Paris.

Lehn expanded on Pedersen’s achievement in creating crown ethers, a class of two-dimensional ring-shaped organic compounds that are capable of selectively recognizing and combining with other molecules. In the course of his efforts to synthesize three-dimensional molecules that would possess similar reactive characteristics, Lehn created a molecule that combines with the chemical acetylcholine, which is an important neurotransmitter in the brain. His work raised the possibility of creating totally artificial enzymes that would have characteristics superior to their natural counterparts in the human body.

Marlon R. Lewis

Marlon R. Lewis, American nationality, oceanographer. Born in Canada in June 1952. Currently a professor at Dalhousie University, Canada. He was elected as a member of the Royal Society of Canada in 2018 and a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2021.

Starting from the needs of scientific research, Professor Lewis developed the world’s first free-fall ocean water color optical profiler, led the team to develop a series of multi-spectral sensors, marine satellite optical buoys and other pioneering technical means, and established a global benchmark system for key parameters. Based on this, the comparable parameters can be traced back to the past 120 years, which is the longest time-series frame of reference for marine ecological parameters so far. Published an article in Science revealing the amazing phenomenon that the biomass production can change up to 2 times during the “El Niño/La Niña” phenomenon. An article published in Nature reveals the major climate change effect of the global marine basic biomass at a rate of nearly 1% per year for a century. The Nature review article believes that Professor Lewis and others have contributed comprehensive data that is urgently needed to understand global climate effects, and has made outstanding contributions to the study of the ocean’s response and feedback to climate change. Professor Lewis is a typical representative of “industry-university-research”. Through interdisciplinary innovation, he has made outstanding contributions to global ocean observation and understanding of climate change effects. He has won the Canadian “Killam” Distinguished Professor Award, the “Science and Technology Innovation Entrepreneur Award”, the ASLO “Lindemann” Award, the French National Center for Scientific Research “Poste Rouge” Award, the NASA “Outstanding Achievement Award”, etc.

Norman N. Li

Chemical engineer. American citizenship. Born in Shanghai, China, originally from Xiangtan, Hunan. In 1954, he received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from National Taiwan University. He received a master’s degree from Wayne State University in Michigan in 1959 and a doctorate from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1963. He has successively served as the director and presided over the research and development of large-scale research institutes of famous American petroleum, chemical, and chemical companies (Exxon, UOP, AlliedSignal, etc.). Since 1995, he has served as the president of the North American Membrane Science Society and the chairman of Enli (NL) Chemical Technology Company. Academician of the US National Academy of Engineering (1990), academician of Taiwan’s “Academia Sinica” (1996).

Professor Li Nianzhi is one of the main founders of membrane science. The liquid membrane technology invented in 1965 has become an important high-tech and has been widely used in the fields of space technology, chemical industry, petroleum industry, environmental protection, resource recycling, medicine and life sciences. His theory of gas permeation of polymer membranes under high pressure is of great significance to the study of the permeation mechanism of polymer membranes. He has also made outstanding contributions in surface chemistry, chemical separation and catalyst research. In 1998, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Charles M. Lieber

American nationality, physical chemist. Born in Philadelphia, USA in April 1959 . Received a Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1985 . He was elected to the National Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2002 and the National Academy of Sciences in 2004 .

Professor Li Bo’s research field is mainly the synthesis, performance and application of one-dimensional nanomaterials. He was the first to start the study of nanowires in the world, and pioneered the establishment of a variety of methods for synthesizing and controlling one-dimensional nanostructures. He has made original and outstanding contributions in the research fields of functional nanomaterials, nanoelectronics and optoelectronic devices, and nanobiotechnology, and his research results have greatly led and promoted the development of nanochemistry and physical chemistry. So far, Professor Li Bo has published more than 370 high-level papers in top international journals , including 33 Science , 20 Nature and 24 Nature sub- journals . The papers have been cited by others more than 82,000 times, and the H -factor is as high as 129 . He ranked first among the world’s top 100 chemists from 2000 to 2010 published by Thomson Reuters in the United States.

Professor Li Bo has always had good feelings for China and the Chinese scientific community, and has made important contributions to the training of high-level scientific talents in China and the development of China’s scientific and technological undertakings. Since 1987 , he has trained more than 60 Chinese doctors and scholars, including 45 professors and associate professors. They are all active in the forefront of international chemistry and nanotechnology research, such as Professor Yang Peidong of the University of California, Berkeley, Professor Dai Hongjie and Professor Cui Yi of Stanford University, etc. Among them, 8 scientific and technological workers have returned to China and are working on the front line of China’s scientific and technological front, such as Academician Fan Shoushan of Tsinghua University.

Professor Li Bo has established long-term and close cooperation and exchange relations with many scientific research institutions in my country, and has served as honorary professor and or academic consultant of many scientific research institutions and universities, such as Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Zhejiang University, University of Science and Technology of China , National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (hired as a consultant to the first academic committee in 2004), Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Science at the Microscale (hired as a consultant to the first academic committee in 2005), Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan University of Technology, Peking University, University of Science and Technology Beijing, etc. Professor Li Bo has participated in and organized more than 20 high-level international academic conferences in my country, such as the China Chemical Annual Conference and the China International Nano Science and Technology Conference, and has made fruitful contributions to promoting Sino-US scientific and technological exchanges. Professor Li Bo has successively won the honorary member of the Chinese Chemical Society and the “Einstein Chair Professor” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and was awarded the 2009 Chinese Government Friendship Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the development of China’s science and technology over the years.

Haifan Lin

Haifan Lin, American nationality, biologist. Born in March 1961 in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China. He graduated from Fudan University with a major in biochemistry in 1982, and received a Ph.D. in genetics and development from Cornell University in 1990. Founding Director of Yale University Stem Cell Research Center, Eugene Higgin Chair Professor, Professor of Department of Cell Biology, Department of Genetics, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Department of Dermatology, School of Medicine. In 2018, he was elected as an academician of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 2020, he was elected as the chairman of the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) (term 2022-2023). In 2021, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Professor Lin Haifan has made outstanding contributions in the fields of stem cell and reproductive biology, RNA biology and epigenetics, and enjoys a high reputation and important influence in the international academic community. Drosophila reproductive stem cells were established as a model for stem cell research in the early stage, and tissue stem cells were accurately positioned for the first time, which opened up new ideas and methods for stem cell research. Through the precise identification of Drosophila reproductive stem cells, the two hypotheses of “asymmetric stem cell division” and “stem cell microenvironment” are proved. More than 10 gene families, such as Argonaute/Piwi, which play a key role in the development, renewal and differentiation of stem cells were discovered. Since then, a new class of non-coding small piRNAs has been discovered and named, revealing its new regulatory laws beyond the “central dogma”, and was rated as one of the top ten important scientific breakthroughs in the world in 2006 by Science magazine. Professor Lin Haifan also applied the above original discoveries to translational research, and was the first to discover the reactivation of Piwi protein in various cancers, promoting the occurrence and deterioration of cancer, thus providing new ideas and new methods for precise cancer treatment.