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A meeting on the President’s International Fellowship Initiative (PIFI) program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) was held on the morning of May 30 at the Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CIOMP).
Organized and hosted by the CIOMP International Cooperation Office, the meeting aims to allow employees interested in applying for the 2023 PIFI program a fuller understanding the project, and to encourage all employees to apply for the program. Meanwhile, it is also hoped that the meeting can help those already in the program to understand its implementation process better, such as performance reporting, completion and writing off, etc.
WANG Hui, deputy director of the International Cooperation Office, gave a brief introduction to the PIFI program in her opening speech.
GUO Naifei from the International Cooperation Office made a report entitled "CAS President’s International Fellowship Initiative (PIFI) Program Application Instructions", which systematically introduced the solicitation objects, application requirements, application procedures and major changes of the PIFI program.
SUN Wenting, Secretary of the GPL Photonics Laboratory, gave a report titled "Executive Instructions for Visiting Scholars of the PIFI Program. She has rich experience in PIFI implementation and management, and gave a comprehensive and detailed introduction to the early performance reporting after the project approval, the project execution process and the final project completion and write-off steps.
The last report, "Special Experts of the PIFI Program", was made by QIN Yu from the Bimberg Chinese-German Green Photonics Research Center, and focused on the application process of special experts, including funding methods, implementation, program changes, and matters needing attention.
The International Cooperation Office hopes the information shared at the meeting will help staff get a more comprehensive and systematic understanding of the PIFI Program. All employees are encouraged to apply for it as it is hoped that the program can help make CIOMP more international in the future, and foster more scientific and technological cooperation with overseas researchers.