China is actively exploring opportunities to boost development in the commercial satellite sector. In less than a month's time, the country's first commercial remote sensing satellite will be sent into space. Here in Changchun, technicians are making the final preparations.
On September 22, 2015, CIOMP welcomed a number of distinguished guests from the European Union for the 2015 Research and Innovation Tour: Where Europe and China Connect.This event,the fourth of its kind,aims to foster and facilitate dialogue and collaboration through a series of information-rich seminars and question-and-answer sessions.These sessions were followed by a tour of CIOMP’s extensive facilities.
Although some smart materials have been reported for optical data recording and protection devices, most of them are held back from actual applications owing to their low photostability, potential biotoxicity or poor compatibility. Developing new smart luminescent materials from carbon-based nanomaterials to overcome those deficiencies would be very promising.
Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CIOMP),Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) researchers have developed a memory resistor (memristor) based on III-nitride semiconductors with a metal-insulator-semiconductor (MIS) structure
To celebrate the International Year of Light (2015) and contribute to the ”Women in Optics” series of activities from SPIE, the Division of International Cooperation and the CIOMP OSA/SPIE Student Chapters held a meeting entitled ”Rose in Science” on 27th March.
The immediate Past President of the European Optical Society Prof. Paul Urbach from Delft University of Technology visited Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CIOMP) on January 29th. His visit can be considered as a new start between European first-class Institutes and CIOMP.