Mission

Professor Tsung‐Dao Lee is considered as one of the World's greatest and broadest theoretical physicists. Through his distinguished scientific career and involvement in both China and the United States, he has received a long list of recognitions including the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics shared with Professor Chen‐Ning Yang for the prediction of parity violation. Since the early seventies of last century, Professor Lee has made great efforts to establish and strengthen academic exchanges and collaborations between Chinese and American physics communities.

TDLI runs the first program: Topology in Physics

On May 30, the first TDLI program: Topology in Physics started at the conference room of the 4th floor, Tsung-Dao Lee library. As the coordinator of the program, Prof. Jinfeng Jia hosted the first session of the program. At the opening, Senior Professor Xiangdong Ji from TDLI gave an introduction of TDLI and TDLI program. He emphasized the purpose of the program is to provide a platform for the participants to communicate and corporate with each other. Prof. Xiaoqun Wang, the dean of the School of Physics and Astronomy, also gave an introduction of the School.

The TDLI Workshop on the Accreting Universe

Time:July 12-14, 2017

Location: Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), Shanghai, China

Website: http://wau.leeinst.sjtu.edu.cn/

Scientific Organization Committee

    Dong Lai (Chair, Cornell University, USA)
    Alexander Heger (Monash University, Australia)
    Yipeng Jing (SJTU, China)
    Andrew King (University of Leicester, UK)
    Doug Lin (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA)
    Giuseppe Lodato (University of Milan, Italy)

Model-Independent Reconstruction of Dark Matter Properties with Direct Detection Experiment 2017.02.16

Speaker: Prof.Chung-Lin Shan (Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory, CAS)

Topic: Model-Independent Reconstruction of Dark Matter Properties with Direct Detection Experiment

Time: 1:30pm, Feb.16 (Thursday)

Location:Meeting Room 402 of TDLee Institute, 4th floor of TDLee Library

 

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