Time: 14:30, July 3rd (Monday), 2017
Venue: 320, Engineering Center, East Campus
Lecturer: Wenlong Du
About the Lecturer: Mr. Du, is a researcher (Senior Colonel) at Logistic and Equipment Research Laboratory, Army Construction research Department, Academy of Military Sciences; a special commentator of CCTV, and an adjunct member of Assembly Technology Committee. His research covers weapons and military operation theories. He hosted and joined the editing of 60 books, monographs, and textbooks on laws of warfare; and 40 major projects in the Army. He has published more than 400 papers on Liberation Army Daily, China Youth Daily, and Global Times. He was interviewed 4000 times by 20 news media, including CCTV, Japan NHK TV, and Phoenix TV. He attended the live coverage of many important activities, including: the National Day parade, aircraft platform service, carrier-based takeoff and landing test, Korean parade, Iran parade, and Red Square parade.
About the lecture: Starting with the U.S. Apollo moon landing program, the report will present 3 stages of the U.S. strategic transformation and 5 military transformation dimensions comprehensively. It will analyze the U.S. inspirations to China’s weapon development in detail, and propose some ideas for the transformation of China’s weapon development.
School of Information Science and Engineering
July 3rd, 2017