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The Group of Prof. Ainong Li Visited the Australian National Geosciences Bureau and the Canberra campus of UNSW TEXT SIZE: A A A
2017-11-14    

The director of Research Center of Digital Mountain and Remote Sensing Application in the Institute of Mountain Hazard and Environment in Chengdu, Prof. Ainong Li and Associate Researcher Dr. Wei Zhao visited the Earth and Ocean Observation Department, Australian National Geosciences Bureau and the Canberra campus of UNSW on April 7th, 2017. Also, some significant technologies of Mountain Remote Sensing and scientific cooperation issues were discussed. 

In Australian Geosciences Bureau, the group of Prof. Ainong Li had a professional communication discussion with the director of Earth Observation Department, Dr. Medhavy Thankappan, and Dr. Fuqin Li. Prof. Li illustrated the induction of IMHE, the development of remote sensing research in the institute and the significance and importance of Mountain Science research. Dr. Medhavy Thankappan first gave the warm welcome for the visiting group and made a brief introduction about his department. Meanwhile, he appreciated the significant achievements and research features of the center in the area of mountain remote sensing. Also, he expected that the cooperation between both sides would be strengthened to establish a long-term cooperation mechanism. After the discussion, with the accompany by Dr. Fuqin Li, the group of Prof. Ainong Li visited the department.

In the Canberra campus of the UNSW, Prof. Li with the group members visited the Engineering and Information Science and Technology Faculty. As a return visit for the Prof. Xiuping Jia’s visiting in 2016, Prof. Li and Prof. Jia in UNSW had an academic communication discussion on the key technologies of data interpretation in remote sensing research and Hyperspectral remote sening respectively. Some preliminary consensus was achieved in postgraduate student cultivation and talent communication.

According to this visit and communication, the relationship of scientific cooperation and academic connection has been strengthened, which could be the foundation for the potential sharing and cooperation in the area of talent and technology.

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