To participate in the near infrared spectrum technology exchange meeting

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To participate in the near infrared spectrum technology exchange meeting

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In December 10, 2017, the establishment of the Guangdong workstation conference of near infrared spectroscopy technology and near infrared spectroscopy branch was successfully held in Guangzhou. Near infrared spectroscopy consultant, academician Chen Xingdan of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, director general Yuan Hongfu, deputy director and Secretary General Zhu Xiaoli, deputy director Liu Huiying, Yang Huihua, and standing director Zang Hengchang, Lu Qipeng, Pan Tao, Pan Tao, Yang, Yang and other near infrared spectroscopy experts More than 80 people and users of the industry attended the event.

 

The Chinese Academy of Sciences, academician Chen Xingdan of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, published a speech entitled "look back and hope". Mr. Chen expressed thanks for the support and attention of the leaders in the establishment of the near infrared Guangdong workstation. We hope that near infrared colleagues working in Guangdong will work together to gather near infrared regions in Guangdong and the surrounding areas to engage in near infrared. The power will provide an exchange platform for near-infrared technology and application to promote faster development of near-infrared technology. Professor Yuan Hongfu, the director of the near infrared spectrum branch, made a wonderful report entitled "modern spectral process analysis technology". He also reviewed the development process of the near infrared spectrum division, congratulated the establishment of the Guangdong workstation of the near infrared spectrum division, and raised the hope.

 

Zhangzhou Intel took part in the technical exchange. The general manager of the company, Chen Huibin, and the general manager of the company, engaged in the promotion and application of near infrared optical technology, and had a deeper understanding of the theory of near infrared optics. The standardization provides more theoretical basis.