A symposium on the academic thought and 70 years of teaching of Academician Mao Erke was held at the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) on Jan 21.
A view of the symposium [Photo/english.bit.edu.cn]
Academician Mao Erke [Photo/english.bit.edu.cn]
At the event, participants watched a video commemorating Academician Mao Erke's 70th anniversary of teaching
Zhang Jun, secretary of the CPC BIT Committee, stated that Academician Mao Erke is a pioneer and innovator in the field of radar signal processing in China, beloved "Teacher Mao" and a respected "Elder" in the hearts of all BIT members. As a pioneer in China's radar signal processing field, Mao has inspired generations of BIT members to move forward and pursue excellence in scientific research.
BIT President Long Teng gave a report titled "Academic Thought of Academician Mao and the Development History of the Radar Technology Institute at BIT."
Thanks to the contributions made by Academician Mao, BIT has achieved remarkable achievements in radar technology, such as full-time and space-time radar measurement vector deviation, aerospace remote sensing, new system pulse radar, distributed radar, aerospace telemetry and control, insect radar, and "China Compound Eyes", which have attracted worldwide attention.
The achievements have won one first-class national invention award, four second-class national invention awards, one special award at the provincial and ministerial level, the first National Key Area Science and Technology Innovation Team Award, and the second batch of 'Huang Danian-style Teacher Teams' in national universities, among other national honors.
BIT's radar technology has also been approved as a national key laboratory in a certain field, an embedded key laboratory in Beijing, and a satellite navigation key laboratory by the Ministry of Education, among many other national, provincial, and ministerial laboratories. BIT has trained multiple academicians and a large number of national-level young and middle-aged leaders and leading talents, President Long added.
Alumni representatives present flowers to Academician Mao Erke. [Photo/english.bit.edu.cn]
Participants visit the exhibition on Academician Mao Erke and the BIT Radar Team. [Photo/english.bit.edu.cn]