幻灯片 1 - SciencePortal China

幻灯片 1 - SciencePortal China

2007 11 16 1

2 3 R&D Expenditure

4 35 30 25 20 15

Unit: 100 million Yuan 10 5 0 The budget in 2006: 3.58 billion Yuan 5 1986 180 10

7 20 25 30 6 Basic Research in China Basic Research in China

7 Basic Research in China 8 Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility 9 The Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber

Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) 10 (Sinosauropteryx By the Proceedings of the Royal Society B 11

HT-7U Superconducting Tokamak in Hefei China 12 Basic Research in China 13 A Five hundred meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) 14

15 2005 SCI 68,226 SCI 5.3 EI 54,362 12.6 SCI

24.8 79 2005 2,575 6,940 16 Scientific Research in China: Increasing in both Output and Impact China Basic Research Output: Number of Scientific Publications, 1981-2005 China Basic Research Impact:

Citation Impact of Scientific Publications, 1981-2005 Source: Web of Science data 17 Scientific Research in China: Global Collaborations Chinese research papers 2001-2005 Top co-authorship countries & Regions for 2005 90000 80000

70000 60000 50000 Co-authored Chinese only 40000 30000 20000 Country # of papers USA 6940 JAPAN

2575 ENGLAND 1577 GERMANY 1536 CANADA 1294 AUSTRALIA 1144 FRANCE 960 TAIWAN 951 SINGAPORE 855 SOUTH KOREA

757 10000 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Source: Thomson Web of Science data

18 Jointly Published Papers With 19782005 2005 45000 1 USA

39,947 6,553 2 Japan 16,895 2,581 3 Germany

10,170 1,522 35000 4 UK 8,824 1,530 30000

5 Canada 7,093 1,233 6 Australia 5,992 1,091

7 France 5,797 948 20000 8 Singapore 3,652

861 15000 9 Korea 3,523 747 10 Italy

3,480 414 11 Russia 2,187 406 5000 12

India 1,565 324 0 13 Brazil 918 151

14 Israel 816 156 15 S. Africa 297 67

40000 1978-2005 2005 25000 10000 19 20

2020 GDP 2.5 1. 2. 3. 21

(2006 2010) 2006 2010 10,000 1,800 30 15

22 36

65 23 36 65

20 24,972 8 24 NSFC/JST 25 NSFC JST

26 NSFC/JST 18 1 2 3

27 NSFC/JST Comparative study of nitrogen cycling and its impact on water quality in agricultural watersheds in China and Japan

28 NSFC/JST

2006 9 19 29 NSFC/JST /

2006 9 19 30 NSFC/JST

31 32 CCSDP

Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling Program The International Continental Scientific Drilling Program 33 The study on the surface energy and water cycle over the Tibetan Plateau and their impact on eastern Asian climate change 34

35 the European Organization for Nuclear Research 36 CMS The CMS Detector CALORIMETERS ECAL Scintillating PbWO4 crystals

SUPERCONDUCTING COIL HCAL Plastic scintillator/brass sandwich IRON YOKE TRACKER Silicon Microstrips Pixels Chinese contribution 1%

MUON BARREL Drift Tube Chambers Resistive Plate Chambers MUON ENDCAPS Cathode Strip Chambers Resistive Plate Chambers 37 Yangbajing International Cosmic Ray Observatory

located at 9026'E and 3013'N in Yangbajing (YBJ) valley of Tibetan highland 38

39 40 3 SCI

SCI 70 41 3 42 A3 2004 NSFC/ JSPS/ KOSEF 3 A3 3 2005 2006 2007

2008 2009 43 2007 3 Example Proposal for A3 Joint Research Program CarbonEastAsia Study on the Carbon Cycling Ecosystem in East Asia based on the Flux Networks 44 /

/ / / Dr. Kenichi Ueno, Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba Dr.Kenji Tanaka, Assistant Professor, Kumamoto University Dr.Nozomu Hirose, Researcher, University of Tsukuba Dr.Weiming Sha, Associate Professor, Tohoku University Dr.Jung-Moon Yoo, Professor, Ewha Womans University Dr.Yong Pyo Kim, Professor, Ewha Womans University Dr.Hojeong Kang, Associate Professor, Ewha Womans University Dr. Jinyu Hong, Assistant Professor, Yonsei Universiy 45 46

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