Electronics School Hosts ‘10th Symposium on Intrinsic Josephson Effects and Plasma Oscillators in High-Tc Superconductors, Plasma+ 2016’
The 10th International Symposium on Intrinsic Josephson Effects and Plasma Oscillators in High-Tc Superconductors, Plasma+ 2016 was held from October 9 to 12 by the Institute of Superconductor Electronics of Nanjing University’s School of Electronic Science and Engineering.
Present at the symposium were over 100 scholars from various countries and regions including America, Britain, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Russia and China.
Together, they discussed the frontiers and prospects concerning research and application of quantum technology information, Josephson effects, and plasma oscillators.
The opening ceremony was chaired by symposium president Wang Huabing, a professor from the School of Electronic Science and Engineering and also a professor of the “Global Experts Program” proposed by the CPC Organization Department.
Professor Chen Chongqing, vice president of the university, and Wu Peiheng, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, were present at the opening ceremony of the symposium, and they each delivered a welcome speech on behalf of Nanjing University.
Many internationally distinguished professors attended the symposium and delivered speeches, including Paola Barbara from Georgetown University, USA, Eli Zeldov from Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, Reinhold Kleiner from University of Tübingen, Germany, Valery Kosheletes from Russian Academy of Sciences, Paul Warburton from London Centre for Nanotechnology, UK, and Alexei Koshelev from Argonne National Laboratory, USA.
Their discussions and exchange focused on such areas as THz radiation sources and detectors as well as their application, intrinsic Josephson effects and application, and quantum calculation.
Nanjing University’s Institute of Superconductor Electronics attaches great importance to international academic exchange and research cooperation. This symposium Plasma+ 2016 built an important network for academic circles at home and abroad to showcase research progress, promote exchange and deepen cooperation.