Harbin, China
Harbin, China

University of Heilongjiang is a national university in the city of Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, People's Republic of China.The university was established in March 1941, in the base of China's communist revolution, Yan'an. It dates back to the Russian Language Group, Number 3 school-level division, Chinese Military and Politics University of the Anti-Japanese invasion , an institute dedicated to the training of military translators. Wikipedia.

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News Article | May 17, 2017
Site: www.marketwired.com

HONG KONG, CHINA--(Marketwired - May 17, 2017) - SouthGobi Resources Ltd. (TSX:SGQ) (HKSE:1878) (the "Company") today announces the appointment of Mr. Yingbin Ian He ("Mr. He") as an independent non-executive director of the Company, with effect from May 16, 2017. Mr. He, has over 30 years of experience in the mining industry. Mr. He is currently an independent non-executive director of China Gold International Resources Corp. Ltd. which is dually listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. He is also a director of Zhongrun Resources Investment Corporation, which is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, a director and president of Tri-River Ventures Inc. which is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (the "TSX-V") in Canada and a director of Vatukoula Gold Mines Plc which was previously listed on the AIM of the London Stock Exchange. Prior to these, Mr. He served as a director and president of Spur Ventures Inc. which was listed on the TSX-V in Canada. In his early career, Mr. He worked as a mineral process engineer and coal preparation engineer in Canadian mining companies and an engineering consulting company. Mr. He obtained his doctoral and master's degrees in mineral process engineering from the University of British Columbia in Canada and his bachelor's degree in coal preparation from Heilongjiang Institute of Mining and Technology (now known as the Heilongjiang University of Technology) in China. SouthGobi, listed on the Toronto and Hong Kong stock exchanges, owns and operates its flagship Ovoot Tolgoi coal mine in Mongolia. It also holds the mining licences of its other metallurgical and thermal coal deposits in South Gobi Region of Mongolia. SouthGobi produces and sells coal to customers in China.


News Article | September 26, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

On 23-24th of September, the second Super League triathlon took place on Jersey Island. The Super League is introducing a brand new, fast-paced triathlon format to reach millions of people worldwide. During the Super League Jersey event, HeiQ sponsored the triathlon suits for the athletes who entered the corporate relay to support the MaccaNow Foundation. MaccaNow is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded by the Australian two-times Ironman Champion Chris "Macca" McCormack. His foundation is raising funds for athletes and their family members who are fighting cancer. Chris McCormack explains, "Triathlon is a very small, tight-knit family, and you don't realize how many people are struck down by illnesses that rob families of so much. That's how we came about forming the foundation. We all travel around the world racing and raising awareness of cancer and other illnesses." HeiQ was pleased to support the foundation's cause by providing the fast and sophisticated tri-suits at the Super League. The suit material was co-innovated with HeiQ's Italian fabric mill partner Taiana and contains versatile Swiss HeiQ finishing technology. Taiana's special woven structure gives the stretch fabric extreme ratio between weight and compression. HeiQ's secret finishing was applied to further reduce chafing, allow for quick drying and improve hydro- and aerodynamic properties. While HeiQ and Taiana handled… Read more! HeiQ interview with Chris McCormack about the MaccaNow Foundation Founded in 2005 as a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH), HeiQ is a leader in textile innovation creating some of the most effective, durable and high-performance textile effects in the market today. More about HeiQ on http://www.heiq.com


News Article | September 26, 2017
Site: en.prnasia.com

ZURICH and SAINT HELIER, Jersey, Sept. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Swiss technology innovator HeiQ sponsored the cutting-edge triathlon suits of the Super League Jersey Island athletes last weekend to help the MaccaNow Foundation fight cancer. This HeiQ empowered tri-suit was innovated in partnership with the Italian technical fabric specialty mill Taiana and the market leader in made-to-measure sports apparel REGNA.com to achieve a state-of-the-art high-performance race gear that provides ideal support during the triathlon. On 23-24th of September, the second Super League triathlon took place on Jersey Island. The Super League is introducing a brand new, fast-paced triathlon format to reach millions of people worldwide. During the Super League Jersey event, HeiQ sponsored the triathlon suits for the athletes who entered the corporate relay to support the MaccaNow Foundation. MaccaNow is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded by the Australian two-times Ironman Champion Chris "Macca" McCormack. His foundation is raising funds for athletes and their family members who are fighting cancer. Chris McCormack explains, "Triathlon is a very small, tight-knit family, and you don't realize how many people are struck down by illnesses that rob families of so much. That's how we came about forming the foundation. We all travel around the world racing and raising awareness of cancer and other illnesses." HeiQ was pleased to support the foundation's cause by providing the fast and sophisticated tri-suits at the Super League. The suit material was co-innovated with HeiQ's Italian fabric mill partner Taiana and contains versatile Swiss HeiQ finishing technology. Taiana's special woven structure gives the stretch fabric extreme ratio between weight and compression. HeiQ's secret finishing was applied to further reduce chafing, allow for quick drying and improve hydro- and aerodynamic properties. While HeiQ and Taiana handled... Read more! HeiQ interview with Chris McCormack about the MaccaNow Foundation Founded in 2005 as a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH), HeiQ is a leader in textile innovation creating some of the most effective, durable and high-performance textile effects in the market today. More about HeiQ on http://www.heiq.com


News Article | September 26, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

On 23-24th of September, the second Super League triathlon took place on Jersey Island. The Super League is introducing a brand new, fast-paced triathlon format to reach millions of people worldwide. During the Super League Jersey event, HeiQ sponsored the triathlon suits for the athletes who entered the corporate relay to support the MaccaNow Foundation. MaccaNow is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded by the Australian two-times Ironman Champion Chris "Macca" McCormack. His foundation is raising funds for athletes and their family members who are fighting cancer. Chris McCormack explains, "Triathlon is a very small, tight-knit family, and you don't realize how many people are struck down by illnesses that rob families of so much. That's how we came about forming the foundation. We all travel around the world racing and raising awareness of cancer and other illnesses." HeiQ was pleased to support the foundation's cause by providing the fast and sophisticated tri-suits at the Super League. The suit material was co-innovated with HeiQ's Italian fabric mill partner Taiana and contains versatile Swiss HeiQ finishing technology. Taiana's special woven structure gives the stretch fabric extreme ratio between weight and compression. HeiQ's secret finishing was applied to further reduce chafing, allow for quick drying and improve hydro- and aerodynamic properties. While HeiQ and Taiana handled… Read more! HeiQ interview with Chris McCormack about the MaccaNow Foundation Founded in 2005 as a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH), HeiQ is a leader in textile innovation creating some of the most effective, durable and high-performance textile effects in the market today. More about HeiQ on http://www.heiq.com


Tian C.,University of Michigan | Liu S.,Heilongjiang University
Optics Express | Year: 2016

Standard phase-shifting interferometry (PSI) generally requires collecting at least three phase-shifted interferograms to extract the physical quantity being measured. Here, we propose the application of a simple two-frame PSI for the testing of a range of optical surfaces, including flats, spheres, and aspheres. The two-frame PSI extracts modulated phase from two randomly phase-shifted interferograms using a Gram-Schmidt algorithm, and can work in either null testing or non-null testing modes. Since only two interferograms are used for phase demodulation and the phase shift amount can be random, requirements on environmental conditions and phase shifter calibration are greatly relaxed. Experimental results of three different mirrors suggest that the two-frame PSI can achieve comparable measurement precision with conventional multi-frame PSI, but has faster data acquisition speed and less stringent hardware requirements. The proposed two-frame PSI expands the flexibility of PSI and holds great potential in many applications. ©2016 Optical Society of America.


Sun S.,Heilongjiang University
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control | Year: 2013

A novel model is developed to describe possible random delays and losses of measurements transmitted from a sensor to a filter by a group of Bernoulli distributed random variables. Based on the new developed model, an optimal linear filter dependent on the probabilities is presented in the linear minimum variance sense by the innovation analysis approach when packets are not time-stamped. The solution to the optimal linear filter is given in terms of a Riccati difference equation and a Lyapunov difference equation. A sufficient condition for the existence of the steady-state filter is given. At last, the optimal filter is given by Kalman filter when packets are time-stamped. © 1963-2012 IEEE.


Zhou W.,Heilongjiang University | Fu H.,Heilongjiang University
ChemCatChem | Year: 2013

Mesoporous materials are widely used in solar cells, lithium-ion batteries, sensors, and supercapacitors. Mesoporous TiO2 is also highly active in photocatalysis, owing to the benefits of the mesoporous network in promoting the diffusion of the reactants and products, as well as in facilitating access to the reactive sites on the surface of the photocatalysts. This Minireview focuses on the development of mesoporous TiO2, metal/nonmetal-doped mesoporous TiO2 networks, and mesoporous TiO2 composites. The design and synthesis of mesoporous TiO2, including the formation of various mesostructured frameworks, pore-size control, large-pore-size fabrication, and highly thermally stable mesoporous-network formation, are described in detail. From an application viewpoint, the subsequent fabrication of doped and multifunctional heterojunctions in mesoporous TiO2 is necessary for further improving its photocatalytic performance. The doping of mesoporous TiO2 with metals or nonmetals could extend the absorption edge into the visible-light spectrum and improve the separation efficiency of photogenerated electron-hole pairs. The fabrication of mesoporous TiO2 composites, especially heterojunctions, could make full use of the characteristics of each component for improving the overall photocatalytic performance. In view of this fact, mesoporous TiO2 still possesses significant room for development in photocatalysis and is worthy of greater attention in the future. © 2013 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.


Jing L.,Heilongjiang University | Zhou W.,Heilongjiang University | Tian G.,Heilongjiang University | Fu H.,Heilongjiang University
Chemical Society Reviews | Year: 2013

Due to the increasingly polluted environment and the gradual depletion of fossil fuel reserves, the development of renewable technologies for environmental remediation and energy production is highly desirable. Over the past decades, oxide-based semiconductor photocatalysis has attracted much attention. On various frontiers for efficient photocatalysis, surface-tuning strategies for synthesis and modification of oxides on the nanometer scale have progressed at a fast pace. Hence, it is of significance to review recent advances in the development of surface tuning for oxide-based nanomaterials as activity-enhanced photocatalysts. In this review, special emphases, especially for recent advances in our group, are given to surface tuning of novel nanocrystallites for high thermal stability, hierarchical structure assembly, heterojunctional nanocomposites and high-energy-facet exposure, along with effective testing tools for photogenerated charge properties at the surfaces and/or interfaces. This is of great significance for fields related to energy and environment from scientific and engineering viewpoints. © 2013 The Royal Society of Chemistry.


Sun S.,Heilongjiang University
International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control | Year: 2012

This paper is concerned with the linear optimal full-order estimation problem for networked control systems with multiple packet dropouts of both sides from a sensor to an estimator and from a controller to an actuator. The phenomena of packet dropouts are described by two mutually uncorrelated random variables satisfying Bernoulli distributions. A full-order linear optimal state filter and an input filter in the least mean square sense are designed via completing square approach. They employ the received measurements at the present and last moments. The proposed filters are recursively computed in terms of the solutions of a Riccati equation, a Lyapunov equation and a simple difference equation. Further, the full-order linear optimal predictors and smoothers are also derived for the state and input, respectively. The stability of the proposed linear optimal filters is analyzed and the steady-state property is also investigated. The sufficient conditions for the stability of the linear optimal filters and the existence of the steady-state filters are given, respectively. Two simulation examples show the effectiveness of the proposed estimators. © 2012 ICIC International.


Patent
Heilongjiang University | Date: 2013-06-13

A nanostructure quick-switch memristor includes an upper electrode, a lower electrode and three layers of nanomembrane provided between the upper electrode and the lower electrode. The three layers of nanomembrane consist of an N-type semiconductor layer, a neutral semiconductor layer on the N-type semiconductor layer, and a P-type semiconductor layer on the neutral semiconductor layer. The nanostructure quick-switch memristor of the present invention has the quick switching speed, simple manufacturing method, and low manufacturing cost.

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