Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences; President of Shanghai Branch of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Wang Jianyu is the academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, president of Shanghai Branch of Chinese Academy of Sciences, researcher Professor of Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, executive deputy designer of Mozi Quantum Satellite Project and commander of Satellite Systems. He received his BS degree in Physics from Hangzhou University in 1982, and the MS degree and PhD from Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1987 and 1990.
He is the associate editor of “Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Wave” and “Journal of Applied Science”. He serves as a member of the COSPAR Chinese Committee, and the chairman of SPIE Asia Pacific Conference on multispectral / hyperspectral remote sensing technology and application. His research interests include passive and active optoelectronic remote sensing system, hyperspectral imaging technology, laser remote sensing imaging technology and free-space quantum communication technology.
Now He is responsible for the implementation of the project of quantum science experimental satellite.