Following up the Developing Tendency of China's Medical Device Industry 2014.07.10
China's medical device industry needs innovative development, so self independent R&D capability shall be stepped up to change the dependence on imported core technology and critical components. In addition, benefited from better living standard and big progress in new medical reforms, how will China's medical device industry develop in future? We'd feel appreciated that Wu Qiyao, Vice Chairman of National Medical Device Expert Evaluation Committee was invited by Suzhou Medical Device Innovation Service Center, who will solve our doubts and suspicions and have discussion on the developing tendency of China's medical device industry together.
Time: July 10 (Thursday), 16:00-18:00
Venue: BioCAFÉ West, F1 of north tower, A1, Biobay
Honored guest: Wu Qiyao (Vice Chairman of National Medical Device Expert Evaluation Committee)
Theme of lecture: Developing tendency of the medical device industry
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Brief introduction on Director Wu Qiyao:
head of the teaching and research section on biomedical and electrical engineering and Professor in Department of Electronic Engineering of Beijing Institute of Technology; Vice Chairman of National Medical Device Expert Evaluation Committee, Chairman of Life Electronic Society of the Chinese Institute of Electronics, Executive Director of Medical Instrument TC and Deputy Director of Expert Committee of National Medicare Instruments Information Network. Major achievements: before 1985, he was mainly involved in the scientific research and teaching on the theory of radar technology and radio statistics, one of scientific findings on the radar system was rewarded with National Science Conference Award in 1978; during 1979-1984, his books Gun Laying Radar, Radio Statistics Technology and Random Processes were successively published by National Defence Industry Press. Since 1985, he has embarked on the scientific research and teaching on biomedical signals & information processing and electronic medical devices, especially modern spectral estimation theory and its application in the processing of biomedical signals. The successful "small sample electroencephalogram (EEG) processing method and system" was rewarded with the Third Prize of State Award for Inventions in 1993; the EEG analysis system like "EEG mapping device" developed upon the previous research was successively rewarded with the Gold Medal of Beijing Excellent Invention Award and the Gold Medal Prize of National Invention Exhibition. In 1994, he was rewarded with the Second Prize of China Guanghua Foundation. In recent years, he has attained some findings and prizes in image processing. Millimeter-wave Technology and Biomedicine was published in 1998. For the past decade, he has published over 30 papers and his story has been extracted in Dictionary of Contemporary Chinese Inventors.