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CNBP-Division of Peking University Launch Ceremony held at COE

Author:Peng Xi    Post date:2015-09-08    Hits:1

  On July 13, Center for Nanoscale Biophotonics–Division of Peking University launch ceremony was held at College of Engineering in PKU. 12 delegates from Australia, and 10 delegates from Peking University College of Engineering, School of Chemistry, and School of Life Sciences attended the ceremony and the bilateral exchanges. Dr. Peng Xi from Dept. Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering of Peking University chaired the meeting as our representative. This activity deepens the academic exchange and cooperation between PKU and many universities in Australia.

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  Center for Nanoscale Bio-Photonics is abbreviated as CNBP. The Centre is one of the Center of Excellence (CoE) funded by Australia Research Council (ARC). Website: http: //cnbp.org.au/

   

  The Australian representatives are: University of Adelaide: Prof. Mark Hutchinson, director of CNBP; Macquarie University: Vice-Chancellor Professor James Piper, Professor Dayong Jin, Dr. Jiajia Zhou, and Dr. Guozhen Liu; RMIT university: Professor Andrew Greentree, Prof. Brant Gibson, Prof. Antony Orth, and Dr. Daniel Drumm.

   

  The Chinese representatives are: College of Engineering: Professor Peng Xi and Professor Changhui Li; College of Chemistry: Professor Yujie Sun; School of Life Sciences: Professor Liangyi Chen, and Tsinghua University: Professor Juntao Gao.

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  As one of the CNBP overseas participant institutions, Peking University has maintained strong collaborations with other CNBP research institutions. On Australia side, the PIs are Adelaide University, Macquarie University, University of Technology Sydney, and RMIT. Currently, the overseas PI units of CNBP include the University of Toronto in Canada, London Metropolitan University, the University of Jena in Germany, as well as many other internationally renowned universities and research institutes.

   

  Related Link:

  http://blog.cnbp.org.au/cnbp/wp/2015/07/13/partners-with-peking-university/