[News from News Center] On the morning of June 23rd, Delu Pan, researcher of the Second Institute of Oceanography of the State Oceanic Administration and Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, gave a report Intelligent Ocean and Satellite Remote Sensing at YSU. Vice President Xiangdong Kong; leaders of Academic Affairs Office, Graduate School, Higher Education Development & Research Center; leaders of School of Electrical Engineering, School of Information Science and Engineering, School of National Defense and Technology, School of Environmental and Chemical Engineering, School of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, and School of Humanities and Law; marine related project members; leaders of National Defense Department; and military and scientific researchers attended the lecture.
The lecture (Photographer: Qi Liu)
Xiangdong Kong is hosting the lecture. (Photographer: Qi Liu)
Hosting the opening of the lecture, Kong welcomed Academician Pan and introduced him and his research.
Academician Delu Pan is giving the lecture. (Photographer: Qi Liu)
Academician Pan first introduced the connotation, principles, and contents of Intelligent Ocean, including: marine information 3-D monitoring network, information transmission network, big data analysis center, and user group. Next he highlighted the role of satellite remote sensing and its successful cases. Then he outlined the steps and key points of Intelligent Ocean. Finally, he put forward some instructive suggestions on YSU traditional preponderant engineering discipline’s involvement in Intelligent Ocean. He hoped that YSU would grasp the strategic opportunity of Intelligent Ocean and make efforts in marine engineering core equipment and marine sensors.
Kong, in his concluding speech, thanked Academician Pan for his wonderful lecture on behalf of YSU. He said that the lecture provided a lot of valuable information for the development of YSU Ocean Engineering, especially guidance opinions for new research directions of Information Engineering and Measurement and Control. The lecture was also of great significance for YSU Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, and other preponderant disciplines to develop new directions. He hoped that YSU could participate in and contribute to Intelligent Ocean, starting with marine engineering equipment and marine sensors development.
Academician Pan, born in December 1945, graduated from Nanjing University of Science and Technology in December 1968, and was elected Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering in 2001. At present, he is a researcher of State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics, the Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration; Director of National Marine Information Technology expert panel; Vice Counsellor of Chinese Society for Oceanography; Editor in Chief of Acta Oceanologica Sinica (Chinese and English edition); and a member of International Ocean Color Remote Sensing expert panel. He has been engaged in satellite ocean remote sensing research at the Second Institute of Oceanography, and cooperative research in Canada, Germany, Japan, and Korea.
He made a breakthrough on China ocean color satellite remote sensing inversion algorithm, satellite remote sensing application technology, and Radiation Simulation Theory. He is one of the founders of ocean remote sensing science and technology in China, and has made important contributions to the development of ocean color remote sensing technology in the world.He has won many awards:2002 Achievement Award in Remote Sensing by Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, National Science and Technology Progress Special Award of China Manned Space Engineering (spacecraft application system) Project in 2003, the second prize of National Science and Technology Progress of Satellite Remote Sensing Technology Research and Application of Offshore Complex Water Environment Project in 2013, Zhejiang Science and Technology Contribution Award in 2015, Guanghua Engineering Award in 2016. What’s more, he has won 1 provincial-ministerial level scientific and technological progress special award and 5 first prizes. He has published more than 200 papers on SCI and EI papers at home and abroad.