An Introduction to Shaanxi Electronics Institute


     Shaanxi Electronics Institute (hereinafter referred to as Institute for short), founded on March 8,
1962, is a non-profit commonalty properly registered in accordance with the relevant regulations of the
People's Republic of China.
     The Institute aims to unite the technical personnel of electronics information, to promote the
prosperity and development of electronic information industy, to boost its popularization, to enhance
the training of its professionals and its combination with economy, to reflect the ideas and opinions of
the professionals and safeguard their interests and rights, and to serve them in an all-round way.
      Its guidelines include adherence to the principle of science and technology being the first
productive force, the implementation of the strategy of sustained development, perseverance in the
scientific attitude of seeking truth from facts, invigoration of academic ideas by democratic approaches
and the advocation of devotion, creativeness and coordination so as to promote the development of
information technology.
      Its missions are unfolding academic exchange, continued education and technical training,
popularizing science and technology of electronic information, boosting the application of information
technology, editing and publishing journals, offering decision-making and technical advice, organizing
exhibitions, enlarging its membership, fulfilling tasks entrusted by govemment departments, training
and recommending talents and starting industries according to law.
      Presently, the Institute boasts 4,500 member individuals and 86 member units. Irrespective of the
division of trades and professions, it has assembled a large unmber of professors, research fellows and
senior engineers representd by such academicians as BaoZheng, Yao Xi and Wu Zukai, and many
outstanding entrepreneurs like Wand Dazhong, winner of the "May First" Labour Medal. They form
the backbone force of the Institute.
      Under the Institute are 5 working committees of academics, popular science & education, editing
& publication, counselling service and organizational construction and one office. Under the Institute
are also 19 special committees covering many specialties like production technology & cleanness,
reliability, micro electronics, quantum electronics & photoelectron, communication & information
 theory, etc. There are also under it 4 technological service entities and intermediary organizations such
 as New Product Technology Exchange Center and Xi'an Working Station of China Electronic Quality
 Authentication Center.
      The highest organ of power of the Institute is the Congress of Members whose term of office is 4
 years. Its 6th congress was held in Xl'an on March 21, 1997 at which its 6th council and permanent
 council were elected. The permanent council exercises the rights and obligations of the council when it
 is not in session. The council has elected Sun Kehua (former vice-chairman of the Standing Committee
 of the Provincial People's Congress) and Cai Xiyao (professor with Xidian University) as its honorary directors and Li Shaohua (former director of the Provincial Bureau of Electronic Industry) and Hao
Yao (deputy president of Xidian University) as its directors. Its council is made up of 87 members, of
whom 16 are directors or deputy directors. Its permanent council consists of 25 members (directors
and deputy directors, the secretaries general and permanent members). Its office is composed of 9
general secretaries and deputy general secretaries as well as some engaged part-time workers.
     The Institute has accomplished the following work in recent years.
     1. The society and its special committees have organized 44 academic exchange activities, of which
12 are international and at which 1,039 theses have been published. They have compiled 10 collections
of essays which include 639 treatises.
     2. It has sponsored 35 training programs with 1,042 trainees, 8 popular science reports with 1,
230 listeners and 4 popular science exhibitions.
     3. It has jointly started Modern Electronic Technology with Shaanxi Electronic Editing Board.
This journal of the Institute has turned from a quarterly into a monthly and its amount of distribution
has increased from 3, 000 to 8, 000. Besides, the Bulletin of the Institute resumed its publication in
1998 as a quarterly and its Web is issued at irregular intervals.
      4. To coordinate with the large-scale economic construction in China, it has, with the help of other
organizations, sponsored exhibitions (expositions) of computers, communications, office automation
equipment, equipment of agriculture, forestry and water conservancy, medical apparatuses, automobiles
and motorcycles. In this way it has done its bit for the economic development of Shaanxi Province.
     5.  It has worked out 11 sets of regulations and rules, laying a solid foundation for the
management, reform and development of the Institute.
     To sum up, the external environment of the Institute has been improved ; its cohesion and vitality
strengthened ; its fame enhanced. In 1998 and 1999 it was commended by China Electronics Institute as
an outstanding local society.

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