• White Paper on Quantum Technology Issues

  • 2018 SUGAR- Stanford University Global Alliance for Re-Design Global Kick-Off

  • University Presidents Forum Highlights Education to Face the Future

  • Nobel Physiology or Medicine Laureate Prof. Edvard I. Moser visited USTC

  • Quantum Scientist among Nature's 'People who Mattered' in 2017

  • USTC delegates visit Japanese universities and institutes

  • PAN Jianwei Wins 2017 Future Science Prize in Physical Science

Nov 05
Replica of ancient Greek astronomical mechanism on display in China


Apr 02
Nobel prize winner Edvard. I. Moser: The Brain’s Navigation System


Jan 22
Computational Catalysis- Rigor and Relevance

Jan. 22th 16:10-17:00 Environment and Resources Building, Academ...

Dec 11
The Advanced Technology of AI and Case Studies

14:00-15:00 HFNL Building, 3rd floor West Lecture Hall

Nov 29
Prof. YE Jun-Atomic clock and quantum physics

Nov. 29, 16:00; HFNL Building, 3rd floor West Lecture Hall

Sep 24
Gerard 't Hooft-The March of the Quanta

9:30 am; HFNL Building, 3rd floor West Lecture Hall

[Great Minds]Nobel Laureate Gerard 't Hooft Visits USTC

On the morning of September 24th, the famous theoretical physicist Gerard 't Hooft, Professor at University of Utrecht, and the honorary doctor of the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), was invited to visit our university. He shared the 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics with his thesis advisor Martinus J. G. Veltman "for elucidating the quantum structure of electroweak interactions". Vice president CHEN Chusheng had a meeting with him, and they reviewed Prof. Hooft's first visit to USTC in 2004...

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