China Meteorological News correspondent Hu Xuefei Ni Tao reporter Zhou Wen reported that on December 11, the China Meteorological Administration-Chengdu Information Engineering University Joint Research Center for Weather Modification was established in Sichuan. Yu Yong, a member of the party group and deputy director of the China Meteorological Administration, attended the ceremony.
The establishment of the center aims to rationally and effectively develop aerial water resources, organize management and conduct silhouette operation experiments, strengthen the support of silhouette technology and strengthen the cultivation of high-level professional talents. In the future, the center will focus on key technologies such as high-temporal and spatial resolution real-time monitoring methods of cloud and precipitation physical processes, shadow effect evaluation methods, and integrated command systems. It will also conduct research on shadow science research for the China Meteorological Administration, local governments, scientific research units, and universities. Provide a platform for cooperation in the areas of achievement transformation, technical services and personnel training.
Yu Yong said that the establishment of the People's Shadow Joint Research Center not only set up a bureau-school cooperation platform, but also is an effective technical means and development approach to improve the overall scientific level of China's shadow. It is hoped that the center anchors the technical problems of the shadow science research business, unites the internal and external forces of the industry, sets up innovative teams to tackle key problems, cultivates more high-quality talents, and promotes the development of shadow science disciplines; all relevant departments and units continue to care about and support the development and development of the center, and Play a real role.
The scientific forum of weather modification field experiments was held on the same day, and more than ten meteorological experts made special reports.
During his stay in Sichuan, Yu Yong and his team went to Sichuan Meteorological Bureau's relevant business units to conduct surveys and in-depth exchanges with front-line personnel to understand the weather forecast, weather consultation, and data monitoring reference stations.
(Responsible editor: Wang Jingtao)