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TCIAE Demonstrates Its Engineering Capability on the 30th Anniversary of RAE and IAE PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 21 May 2021 16:13

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Russia Academy of Engineering (RAE) and the Russia International Academy of Engineering (IAE), the “International Scientific & Practical Conference Dedicated to the 30th Anniversary of RAE and IAE” was held on May 13. Hosted by President Gusev Boris of both RAE and IAE, the conference centered on discussions of topics that included energy and aviation technology, earthquakes and earthquake engineering, high-speed rail and public transport systems, nuclear energy and nuclear technology, nanotechnology and construction materials, circular economy, the development of polar regions and its technology, food technology, environmental protection, urban and rural renewal, and so forth


RAE and IAE President Gusev Boris took turns to make the opening remarks

 

President Gusev and Dr. Samuel Yin, first honorary president of the IAE, took turns to make their opening remarks. Dr. Yin paid special tribute to the RAE and IAE for the extraordinary contributions they have made to the advancement of world’s engineering technology and sustainable development during the past thirty years, while giving his best wishes for a successful conference. He then kick-started the conference with a speech titled “New Trends in the Technological Development of Taiwan Construction Industry.” In addition, Dr. Jenn-Chuan Chern, president of the Taiwan Chapter of the IAE (TCIAE) & CEO of Tang Prize Foundation, gave a talk on “Tang Prize, 2020 Laureates and COVID-19 Reflection.” 18 invited essays and 82 essays were also presented in this conference.

 

Dr. Samuel Yin, first honorary president of the IAE, started the conference with a speech titled “New Trends in the Technological Development of Taiwan Construction Industry.”


Dr. Jenn-Chuan Chern, President of the Taiwan Chapter of the IAE (TCIAE) & CEO of Tang Prize Foundation, gave a talk on “Tang Prize, 2020 Laureates and COVID-19 Reflection.”」

 

Representatives from Taiwan made two presentations on their excellent research outcomes. Prof. Duu-Jong Lee of National Taiwan University and Prof. Jo-Shu Chang of National Cheng Kung University talked about “Microalgal Energy: Challenges and Perspectives,” and three former directors of Taiwan’s National Centre for Research on Earthquake Engineering, Prof. Shyh-Jiann Hwang, Prof. Kuo-Chun Chang, and Prof. Keh-Chyuan Tsai, shared their views on “Advancement of Earthquake Mitigation in Taiwan.”


Apart from facilitating the interactions between the TCIAE and representatives from 40 different countries, including members of engineering institutes in countries such as Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan, as well as people from countries such as Belarus and Slovenia, this conference was also a venue where attendees were able to learn about the Tang Prize’s efforts to make the world a better place. President Gusev expressed his profound gratitude to Dr. Yin, who is also the founder of the Tang Prize, and to the representatives from Taiwan, for their support and participation, all of which have made this conference a great success.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 May 2021 15:07
 
Dr. Samuel Yin Becomes the First Honorary President of IAE PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 29 March 2021 08:40

 

In the general assembly of the Russian Academy of Engineering (RAE) and the International Academy of Engineering (IAE) convened on March 18, new academicians and corresponding members were selected, and Chairman of the Ruentex Group, Dr. Samuel Yin, was elected as the first honorary president of the IAE. Prof. Boris Gusev, who was once again voted in as president of the RAE and IAE, noted that this appointment was a nod to the significant contribution Dr. Yin has made to engineering technology as well as his long-lasting efforts to facilitate the interaction between the IAE and other international engineering institutes.


(Dr. Samuel Yin)


Moreover, it is a recognition of his contribution with regard to the establishment the Tang Prize, an international prize that is aimed to better the future of mankind. Prof. Gusev explained that honorary president is a highly-revered position and it was also the first time in the 30-year history of the IAE that this honor was conferred. They have also invited Dr. Yin to give a speech at the International Scientific and Practical Conference dedicated to the 30th Anniversary of the Russian Academy of Engineering and International Academy of Engineering, which will be held on May 13, 2021.

 


(Dr. Samuel Yin was awarded the Medal of Honor by IAE)


Dr. Jenn-Chuan Chern, currently vice president of the IAE, president of the Taiwan Chapter of the IAE (TCIAE) and CEO of the Tang Prize Foundation, remarked that the historical and influential Engineering Academy of the USSR was restructured in 1992, in the wake of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and the RAE and IAE were established as a result. Headquartered in Moscow, the IAE was set up as a response to the collapse of the Soviet Union and as a way to retain the bond between former Soviet republics. It comprises 1300 academicians and members from 40 countries, including Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Slovenia, Greece, Taiwan and other central European countries. Taiwan was allowed to join the IAE in 2009, and the TCIAE has since been playing a positive role in the exchange of ideas between engineering academies in Taiwan, Russia and East Europe. Needless to say, it was a great honor to have Dr. Yin, founder of the TCIAE, elected as the first honorary president.


To encourage and award those who made important contributions to engineering technology, the IAE chooses its academicians and corresponding members on a regular basis and through a rigorous process. Each branch and chapter of the IAE carefully vet all the nominees before the voting takes place at the IAE to decide the winners. In 2020, 6 people were selected as academicians and 11 as corresponding members. Prof. Keh-Chyuan Tsai of National Taiwan University is one of the newly-minted academicians. His achievements that have earned him many international awards include teaching and researching the design of structures for earthquake resistance and promoting its practical application. Prof. Duu-Jong Lee, elected as corresponding member, was lauded for his contribution to the study of biomass energy and bioremediation which led to the development of innovative wastewater treatment technologies. Professor Shang-Hsien Hsieh, also been confirmed as corresponding member, specializes in engineering modeling and information management. In addition, he collaborated with more than 40 entrepreneurs to form the Taiwan BIM Task Group in order to make Taiwan’s industries more competitive. What these three candidates from Taiwan have accomplished has certainly won them worldwide acclaim.

 

(Dr. Jenn-Chuan Chern, Chairman of the Taiwan branch, attended the online general assembly of IAE. The middle is president Gusev of IAE)


Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 April 2021 10:28
 
Congratulations to Taiwan Chapter’s member Prof. Keh-Chyuan Tsai becomes newly-elected academician, prof. Duu-Jong Lee and prof. Shang-Hsien Hsieh are elected as corresponding member of IAE 2020. PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 21 March 2021 16:55

 

To encourage and award those who made important contributions to engineering technology, the IAE chooses its academicians and corresponding members on a regular basis and through a rigorous process.

Each branch and chapter of the IAE carefully vet all the nominees before the voting takes place at the IAE to decide the winners. This year the list of winners was approved by the 18 March Academician Conference conducted by remoting video and voting online due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic. In 2020, 6 people were selected as academicians and 11 as corresponding members. Prof. Keh-Chyuan Tsai of National Taiwan University is one of the newly-minted academicians. His achievements that have earned him many international awards include teaching and researching the design of structures for earthquake resistance and promoting its practical application. Prof. Duu-Jong Lee, elected as corresponding member, was lauded for his contribution to the study of biomass energy and bioremediation which led to the development of innovative wastewater treatment technologies. Professor Shang-Hsien Hsieh, also been confirmed as corresponding member, specializes in engineering modeling and information management. In addition, he collaborated with more than 40 entrepreneurs to form the Taiwan BIM Task Group in order to make Taiwan’s industries more competitive. What these three candidates from Taiwan have accomplished has certainly won them worldwide acclaim.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 April 2021 16:58
 
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