China News Service, Beijing, November 27 (Wang Yang) The 18th Beijing-Taiwan Young Scientist Forum was held recently.

With the theme of "Building a Bridge for Cross-Strait Academic Exchange and Promoting the Future Growth of Young Scientists", the forum focused on smart surveying and mapping, disaster prevention and mitigation, architectural heritage protection, and intelligent rehabilitation industry.

  Affected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic, this forum invites experts, scholars, representatives of entrepreneurs, and representatives of scientific and technological workers to conduct online academic exchanges and technical seminars through directional live broadcast, video recording and other methods.

  The Beijing-Taiwan Young Scientists Forum has been held in 2004 and has established an active and effective exchange platform for scientific and technological academic organizations, industry associations and young scientific and technological workers in the two places.

  Scholars such as Xue Qikun, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and vice chairman of the Beijing Association for Science and Technology, were invited to give speeches via video.

Xue Qikun offered three hopes to young scientific and technological workers on both sides of the strait.

  He said, one is to be an explorer, not only to question academic authority and traditional scientific views, but also to issue "questions from heaven", constantly explore the frontiers of science and technology, expand the boundaries of cognition, and strive to become leaders in their respective fields. ; The second is to have sufficient academic sensitivity, to be able to grasp the latest scientific and technological frontier developments, to look up to the stars and to be down-to-earth; the third is to hope that young scientists on both sides of the strait can innovate methods, strengthen communication, and promote the emotional integration of compatriots on both sides of the strait. Harmony of hearts, to create an effective platform for the exchange of scientific ideas and promote technological cooperation, and provide strong support for the development of Taiwan, Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei.

  Tian Wen, member of the party group, vice chairman and first-level inspector of the Beijing Association for Science and Technology, said in his opening speech that the Beijing Association for Science and Technology will continue to work with brothers in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and Taiwan regions to strengthen exchanges and work together for young scientific and technological workers on both sides of the strait. Cooperate to build a better platform to serve Taiwan’s youth in pursuing, building and realizing their dreams in Beijing, expand cross-strait non-governmental exchanges, and promote cross-strait integration and development.

  Xiao Wenyi, chairman of the Taiwan Fire Education and Academic Research Foundation, said in a video speech: "Cross-Strait communication will lead to smoothness, harmony will lead to a win-win situation. I believe that the people on both sides of the strait will work together to achieve a closer cooperative relationship. Make positive contributions to the peaceful development of the two sides of the strait and national rejuvenation."

  This forum invited experts such as Zhang Qiang, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University, and Tseng Junru, Chairman of the Taiwan Medical Design Society, to share their opinions on topics such as "carbon neutrality", kitchen waste recycling technology, smart and healthy living, medical care, and the Winter Olympics. Research experience and participation experience.

  Parallel forums and activities will be held during the forum, including the Parallel Forum on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation and the Capital Circle Catastrophe Response Summit, the Beijing-Taiwan Architectural Heritage Protection and Development Parallel Forum, the Surveying and Mapping Skills Competition for Young Students in Beijing-Taiwan, and the Parallel Support for the Innovation and Development of Taiwan-Funded Enterprises Forum etc.

  At the parallel forum "Helping Taiwanese-funded enterprises to innovate and develop", representatives of Taiwan-funded enterprises introduced the basic situation of their respective enterprises, their production problems, and their technical needs.

In this regard, Zhu Xiduo, Dean of the Engineering Institute of Zhongguancun Tianhe Science and Technology Achievement Transformation Promotion Center, expressed his hope to effectively help Taiwan-funded enterprises in Beijing to solve problems in innovation, technology, and financing.

  It is worth mentioning that this forum formed a new mode of coordination and linkage, inviting six district science and technology associations including Changping and Pinggu to organize young scientific and technological workers, agricultural planting experts, and growers to participate in parallel forums in related fields online.