The 16th "China Optics Valley" International Optoelectronics Expo was held in Wuhan on 13th Nov made Wuhan meet a group of new friends.
William Mona, winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, became the first Nobel Prize winner to visit the Expo. Shen Ping, a professor at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, who spoke with him on the same stage, said that the Wuhan optical fiber industry is well-known throughout the world and has become a leader in some fiber material preparation subdivisions. “Wuhan has many successful engineers in this field. , broke a lot of worldwide records." Australian Academy of Sciences Gu Min said that he hopes to use the latest optical storage technology for China Optical Valley.
Latvian Edgar, who founded LightGuideOptics in the United States, is also the first time to the Expo. He met with Chang Yingtong, a leading company in the field of special optical fibers, at an exhibition and plans to cooperate in the field of medical special fiber. Invited by Chang Yingtong, Edgar rushed to Wuhan with a Chinese-language leaflet and chatted with upstream and downstream companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen. The fiber optic gyro giant, iXblue from France, and Zhang Shuo, head of the Optical Division of China, also came to the Expo for the first time. “Wuhan is one of the largest optical markets in China.” Here, he met the School of Optical Communication of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Dr. Chi Ronghua, a visiting scholar in the Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, also came to the Expo Forum for the first time. "This company is hard to find. I really didn't expect it to meet in Wuhan. My optical transmission project in Hong Kong needs some of Special fiber.
Dai Xuyang, the boss of the laser automation company Ningbo Detz Industrial Technology Co., Ltd., dragged his luggage to attend the conference. This is also the first experience of his Wuhan Guangbo Fair. He said: "I have been to Munich, Shanghai Guangbo Fair, Shenzhen Guangbo Fair, Wuhan. The future of the Expo will be a stop on my 'Almanac' and it will be worthwhile."
The guest is crowded conditions, a business card of the Expo, which makes the intersection of academics and industry at home and abroad. The scale of the Expo is leading in the country. Ten Chinese and foreign academicians and 132 foreign experts gather in Optics Valley. More than 400 domestic and foreign companies bring their products and technologies to the show. The global guests come from the United States, Britain, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Singapore. More than a dozen countries and regions including South Korea, Japan, Russia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.
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