Beijing Institute of Technology
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Beijing Institute of Technology , is a co-educational public university, located in Beijing, China. Established in 1940 in Yan'an, the university is now under the direct administration of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.As a member university of National Key Universities, “Project 211” and “Project 985”, it has been given priority for development from the Chinese government, the Commission of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense, the Ministry of Education and the Beijing Government. Wikipedia.

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Beijing Institute of Technology | Date: 2016-10-14

The present invention provides a system and a method for reducing the space charge effect in a linear ion trap. The system includes a linear ion trap, a first AC power supply, a second AC power supply, and a RF power supply. The linear ion trap includes four identical electrode rods, where two poles of the first AC power supply are respectively connected to two of the electrode rods, and two poles of the second AC power supply are respectively connected to the other two electrode rods. Two poles of the RF power supply are respectively connected to the first AC power supply and the second AC power supply. The first AC power supply and the second AC power supply provide sinusoidal AC signals. The present invention reduces the resolution decrease caused by the space charge effect, thereby improving analytical performance in mass spectroscopy.

SINGAPORE, Aug. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX) today announced that this year's 11th AnnualOpenHW Design Contest and Professor Conference will highlight advantages of Xilinx All Programmable technology in Singapore's Smart Cities and Smart Campus initiatives. The Xilinx University Program (XUP)-led contest and conference is jointly organized with the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and supported by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), focused on promoting Xilinx-based open hardware platform design. The conference is being held from August 3-5, 2017 at SUTD. For detailed conference information, please visit: This year's conference theme is "Smart Cities and Smart Campus", reflecting Singapore's vision of becoming the first "Smart Nation". "In line with Singapore's vision of a Smart Nation, SUTD aims to be a Smart Campus," said Professor Pey Kin Leong, the SUTD Associate Provost for Education. "We are delighted to be able to join Xilinx in bringing the annual OpenHW Design Contest and Professor Conference to SUTD, Singapore and the Asia Pacific region. Xilinx's industry-leading All Programmable technology solves many of our design challenges today and will accelerate our Smart Campus programme." Over 200 students, professors and industry experts will participate in this year's conference. Ten final teams from universities in China, Taiwan and Singapore will compete on site for the prestigious "OpenHW 2017 and Embedded Computing Contest" award, demonstrating their designs in applications such as robotics, drones, wireless communication and cloud computing. "The emergence of new applications in areas such as autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, has generated demand for electronics that are smarter, faster, and more power efficient," said Mr Lim Kok Kiang, Assistant  Managing Director of the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB). "Singapore, with its comprehensive electronics ecosystem, is well-positioned to drive innovation for the next generation of products. We are very pleased to welcome the OpenHW Contest and look forward to a new wave of innovative hardware originating from Singapore." "We are very excited that there are many All Programmable product and technology based creative projects generated from the OpenHW Design Contest in the past 11 years," said by Dr. Ivo Bolsens, Senior Vice President and CTO of Xilinx. "As the initiator of the OpenHW Contest and world leader of All Programmable semiconductor products, including FPGAs, SoCs, MPSoCs, RFSoCs, and 3D ICs, we commit to continue to invest in this hardware innovation design campaign in Asia Pacific and the whole world." "Everything is smarter and connected in the future. Xilinx's All Programmable product and technology have been broadly deployed in the core of many intelligent systems, which is driving the future smarter world from megatrends to mega deployment," said Vincent Tong, Executive Vice President of Xilinx. "Many smart ideas are powered by Xilinx's All Programmable technologies, we believe our technologies contribute toward the strong building blocks of Singapore and the whole Asia Pacific region's Smart Cities and Smart Campus initiatives." Industry leaders from EDB, SUTD, the China Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Xilinx will each deliver keynote presentations, giving their views on how to leverage hardware innovation to drive megatrend development: Speakers from Xilinx, Tencent, IBM and Seeed will deliver presentations on Deep Learning and PYNQ, the open source Python programming platform for Xilinx's Zynq® All Programmable SoCs. On August 4th, there will be a full-day conference (9am -5pm) and tour of SUTD. Professors form SUTD, Be Southeast University (SEU), Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), National Taiwan University (NTU), National University of Singapore (NUS), and Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) will share industry hot technologies and best practices surrounding Xilinx All Programmable-based research and teaching program. Then, all attendees will have a tour at SUTD for its success on smart campus. On August 5th, the full-day s workshop will be particularly targeting PYNQ, Xilinx's first open sources framework. PYNQ makes it easy to design embedded systems with Xilinx Zynq® All Programmable SoC, which will greatly accelerate FPGA adoption process in a wide range of designers and developers. Xilinx is the leading provider of All Programmable semiconductor products, including FPGAs, SoCs, MPSoCs, RFSoCs, and 3D ICs. Xilinx uniquely enables applications that are both software defined and hardware optimized – powering industry advancements in Cloud Computing, 5G Wireless, Embedded Vision, and Industrial IoT. For more information, visit

Bryant University Zhuhai is the first and only American university with a presence in Zhuhai and the only U.S.-China joint business program in the Guangdong Province on the southeast coast. Since 2005, the U.S.-China Institute at Bryant has forged academic, business, and cultural partnerships that have provided students and faculty with broad global experiences. The graduating students will receive a Bryant University degree. "Campus Management was the best cloud-based SIS provider to help us move from numerous manual processes to increased operational efficiency," said Bryant University CIO, Chuck LoCurto. "In less than 90 days, CampusNexus Student was implemented and already engaging international students, which is faster than anything we could have imagined. It's already saving the Zhuhai campus staff time and reducing errors." Campus Management Corp. implemented CampusNexus Student using CampusNexus Cloud for the Bryant University Zhuhai campus. CampusNexus Student has been enhanced with features and functionality that provide an innovative user experience. Even though the Bryant University Zhuhai program will be taught in English, CampusNexus Student allows institutions to configure their portal in multiple language according to their preference. "Education is nation building, and we are thrilled that Bryant University Zhuhai chose Campus Management to help them solve the challenges that come with expanding an international program," said Campus Management CEO, Jim Milton. "We were able to leverage our experience of deploying solutions in 20 countries to quickly get CampusNexus Student operational and helping students in China achieve success." Campus Management is a leading provider of cloud solutions and services that transform higher education institutions. Its next-generation suite, CampusNexus, includes enterprise-wide Student, CRM, and Finance, HR & Payroll solutions. Today, more than 2,000 campuses in 20 countries partner with Campus Management to transform academic delivery, student success and operational efficiency. Bryant University Zhuhai is situated on the 800-acre campus of Beijing Institute of Technology Zhuhai and houses the only U.S.-China joint four-year undergraduate business degree program in China. The academic program for Chinese as well as U.S. students mirrors the vigor and quality of Bryant's nationally recognized curriculum.

The present disclosure is to provide a divided-aperture laser differential confocal Brillouin-Raman spectrum measuring method and the device thereof, which belongs to microscopic spectrum imaging field. By using the abandoned Rayleigh scattering light in the traditional confocal Raman spectrum detection, a divided-aperture laser differential confocal microscopy is constructed to realize high resolution imaging of three-dimensional geometrical structure of the measured sample. In addition, the characteristic that the zero-crossing point of the divided-aperture laser differential confocal imaging device accurately corresponds to the focus of objective is used to control the spectrum detector to accurately capture the excited Raman spectrum information excited at the focus of the objective, thereby achieving the detection of micro-area geometrical structure and spectrum information of the measured sample with high-spatial resolution, that is achieving mapping-spectrum with high-spatial resolution, and balancing resolution and measuring range. By complementing the advantages of confocal Raman spectrum detecting technology and confocal Brillouin spectrum detecting technology, the confocal spectrum detecting solution which detects the Raman spectrum and Brillouin spectrum at the same time is designed, the multi-property parameters of materials are measured and decoupled in composite.

News Article | June 5, 2017

The first Chinese science mission aboard the International Space Station will soon be ready to begin. On Saturday, June 3, SpaceX launched its refurbished Dragon capsule atop the Falcon 9 rocket, carrying scientific research equipment and experiments from China along with food and other essentials. The Chinese devices will be delivered to the space station on June 6, when the unmanned Dragon spacecraft is scheduled to dock with the ISS. The focus of China's first scientific mission aboard the ISS is the problem of space radiation and its effects on astronauts' DNA. Specifically, the mission aims to study the rate of DNA mutations in the space environment, according to Deng Yulin, project leader and life science professor at the Beijing Institute of Technology. As Deng points out, gene mutation is one of the biggest risks that astronauts face during space missions. This is because radiation levels are 10 times higher in space than on Earth, he explains. "The research team caught evidence of the gene mutation after the first experiment via Shenzhou-8 [launched by China in 2011], which proves the space environment can cause DNA mutation and biomolecular changes," said Deng in a statement. The current research project will continue that previous work aboard the ISS, where it is set to investigate whether space radiation and microgravity dictate a pattern of gene mutation, Deng stated. This experiment is the first Chinese-led research done on the U.S. side of the station. The project is expected to run for about 30 days aboard the ISS, after which the Dragon capsule will return the results back to Earth. Due to the nature of the research project, this endeavor could have important implications for long-duration human spaceflight. For the purpose of this experiment, the Beijing Institute of Technology teamed up with the American private company NanoRacks. The U.S. firm was paid about $200,000 to deliver the payload to the space station, as well as to collect data from the experiment and provide storage inside the company's racks. Apart from the SpaceX launch last weekend, China has also sent scientific equipment in space aboard its Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft earlier this spring. China's first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1 docked with its orbiting space laboratory, known as the Tiangong-2, on April 22, after being launched into space inside the Long March-7 Y2 rocket. © 2017 Tech Times, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

News Article | June 7, 2017

SpaceX celebrated a successful rocket launch on Saturday, sending a reused cargo spacecraft to resupply the International Space Station in orbit approximately 250 miles above the earth. But Elon Musk’s California-based company kept quiet about the spacecraft’s stowaway — a Chinese science experiment now installed in the Space Station. It’s a sign that aerospace’s swiftly-advancing private sector may have found yet another innovation: A way to evade the years-long ban on official cooperation in space between the United States and China. The Chinese experiment carried aloft by SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will test how space radiation effects gene mutation, with potential ramifications for extended human space travel. It was designed by the Beijing Institute of Technology, who partnered with NanoRacks, paying the U.S. company approximately $200,000 to assist with transportation and data collection. It marks the first time a Chinese experiment has been conducted in the Space Station’s U.S. section, according to tech news site ARS Technica. International space cooperation these days, if not in the early years of the space race, is common, as it helps offset the extraordinarily high costs of technology and space travel. Russia and the United States jointly operate the Space Station, and NASA has signed a deal shelling out $490 million for Russia’s Soyuz space modules to deliver six U.S. astronauts to the space station. But cooperation has its limits: Congress banned bilateral cooperation between NASA and Chinese state-owned enterprises and Chinese citizens in 2011, citing national security risks. Rep. John Culberson (R-TX) upheld the ban after he became chair of the House subcommittee that funds NASA in 2014. “China’s space program is owned and controlled entirely by the People’s Liberation Army and the Chinese government have proven to be the world’s most aggressive in cyber-espionage,” Culberson said in an October 2015 statement. “I intend to vigorously enforce the longstanding prohibitions designed to protect America’s space program.” China’s space program, as with many state-owned Chinese firms from energy outfits to port developers, has close ties to its military. But the extent of such ties and even basic information about Chinese space programs, such as how much funding they receive, is uncertain due to lack of transparency. An even greater concern is technology transfer and theft. In 1998, a congressional investigation discovered that China had developed intercontinental ballistic missile systems incorporating U.S. technology originally offered to Chinese companies for commercial use. As a result, Congress shifted licensing requirements for all satellites and related technology to the State Department, which is in charge of approving commercial arms exports. For this launch, however, no State Department license was required, according to a person involved. SpaceX declined to comment on the licensing aspects of the launch. China’s space program is highly advanced and extremely ambitious. In 2013, China became the third country after the United States and Russia to land on the moon; the Jade Rabbit rover spent 31 months gathering data before shutting down. China has put two space laboratory modules into orbit and hopes to have its own full-size space station within the next decade. In January, the China National Space Administration announced plans to land a probe on Mars by 2020. NanoRacks took steps to prevent any technology transfer during the course of its partnership with the Chinese institute, according to the company, including isolating its research platforms to guarantee there was no interface between external researchers and the Space Station system. NanoRacks spokesperson Abby Dickes says these measures meant that the company did not need permission from the State Department for its partnership with Beijing Institute of Technology. Dan Huot, a NASA spokesperson, confirmed that no part of the project connected into the Space Station’s IT system, and that NASA properly notified Congress of the project. Commercial partnerships have “no ‘flags,’” NanoRacks CEO Jeffrey Manber told Chinese state news agency Xinhua. “I believe commercial is the pathway forward for greater cooperation with Chinese companies and educational organizations.”

News Article | June 12, 2017

Materials that reversibly trap water from air could provide a vital source of drinking water in areas where it is scarce, or offer energy-efficient air conditioning. But to be commercially viable, these materials need a large water capacity and low energy requirements during water adsorption and desorption. Now, Mircea Dincă and his research group at MIT report record-setting performance for water-trapping in a metal-organic framework (MOF) that may bring both applications closer to reality (ACS Cent. Sci. 2017, DOI: 10.1021/acscentsci.7b00186). Porous materials can spontaneously pull water out of the air even at low humidity if their pores are the right size and their interior surfaces are hydrophilic. To maximize water capacity, the pores must be spacious, but not so big that the trapped water condenses into liquid that permanently clogs them. At the sweet spot, the water adsorbs to the MOF’s pores and desorbs with modest energy input, explains study co-author Adam Rieth. “Both adsorption and desorption are very important,” he says. In the new study, the researchers worked with a group of MOFs that had previously been used for the reversible capture of ammonia, chlorine, and bromine gases. These MOFs have just about optimal pore size—around 2 nm—and are made with manganese, cobalt, or nickel ions bound to triazolate linkers. In ambient air, the interior surface is naturally hydrophilic. When testing the MOFs, the researchers found that water spontaneously enters the pores at as low as 28% relative humidity. At 30% relative humidity, consistent with night-time conditions in arid climates, the cobalt MOF adsorbed almost 90% of its own weight in water, approximately double that of the next-highest-performing known material. The researchers calculated that if the cobalt-containing MOF were used in a hypothetical adsorption heat pump, the trapped water could be stripped from the material at just 55 °C. This means the device could potentially be powered by waste heat from a car engine, for example. Bo Wang, a MOF researcher from Beijing Institute of Technology who was not involved in the study calls it a “great addition” to the field. “It’s a very thorough study and helps to guide the design of MOFs.” However, this study looked only at the MOF material. In a real-world setting whether for air-conditioning or water capture, the MOF would need to be part of a device that uses heat to release water and regenerate it. For instance, another research team recently reported a water harvesting device that used solar energy to regenerate the MOF (C&EN, April 17, page 8). The MIT team predicts that if used in the same device, the cobalt MOF would be able to deliver almost three times as much water per cycle. They are now working to test their MOFs in this context, Rieth said.

Beijing Institute of Technology | Date: 2017-01-09

The invention relates to a method for reducing the PAPR in FRFT-OFDM systems, which belongs to the field of broadband wireless digital communications technology. The method is based on fractional random phase sequence and fractional circular convolution theorem, which can effectively reduce the PAPR of the system. The method of the invention has the advantages of simple system implementation and low computational complexity. In this method, the PAPR of the system can be effectively reduced while maintaining the reliability of the system. When the number of candidate signals is the same, the PAPR performance of the present method was found to be almost the same as that of SLM and better than that of PTS. More importantly, the present method has lower computational complexity than that of SLM and PTS methods.

A method for simulating a posture of a flexible cable based on a spring-mass model combining bending and torsion includes: establishing a physical property model of the cable, wherein a torsion property is represented by a torsion spring attached at each 55 cable segment; obtaining an initial position of each discrete mass point based on a total length of the cable and the number of the cable segments; identifying discrete mass points at both ends as fixed points, and obtaining their position information; calculating stress information of other discrete mass points whose position information is not determined based on the physical property model; sequentially calculating 10 10 equilibrium positions of the other discrete mass points by using the stress information and the initial positions to obtain their the position information; and simulating a stable posture of the cable based on the position information of the fixed points and the other discrete mass points.

Beijing Institute of Technology | Date: 2017-09-13

Provided is a hybridized perovskite quantum dot material. The quantum dot material comprises a kernel and surface ligands. The kernel is formed by R_(1)NH_(3)AB_(3) or (R_(2)NH_(3))_(2)AB_(4), where R_(1) is methyl group, R_(2) is an organic molecular group, A is at least one selected from Ge, Sn, Pb, Sb, Bi, Cu and Mn, B is at least one selected from Cl, Br and I, A and B form a coordination octahedral structure, and R_(1)NH_(3) or R_(2)NH_(3) is filled in gaps of the coordination octahedral structure. The surface ligand is an organic acid or organic amine. The quantum dot material has a high fluorescence quantum yield.

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