Prof. Tim St Pierre gave his first IEEE Distinguished Lecture in China at Tsinghua University. His host was Prof. Dan Wei, whose research interests lie in applied magnetics; there in Beijing he also met Dr Lingyun Zhao, whose work in biomagnetics is on magnetic hyperthermia.
Attendees at the DL presentation at the Tsinghua University, Beijing, China with Prof Dan Wei (front row left) and Dr Lingyun Zhao (second row back, left)
Next Tim spoke about biomagnetics and its biomedical applications at Nanjing University, where his visit was hosted by Prof. Xiaoshan Wu.
Attendees at the DL at Nanjing University with Prof Xiaoshan Wu
After a busy lecture schedule in Japan and Korea, Tim spent time exploring China. Among his adventures Tim enjoyed the Great Wall of China and a site of ancient scholarship in Nanjing!
Waving the flag at the Great Wall of China
Tim and the statue of Confucius at a shrine in a market place in Nanjing. Here Confucius taught his students circa 500 BC.
Presidential Palace, Nanjing