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JIANG Jun LIU Yihong
The current president of the China Academy of Art, PhD advisor, and the Chairman of Zhejiang Artists Association. His research fields cover contemporary art, social thought, and curatorial practice. He has planned many large exhibitions and academic programs, including "Techniques of the Visible: the 5th Shanghai Biennale" (2004), "Farewell to the Post-Colonialism: the 3rd Guangzhou Triennale" (2008), "Rehearsal: the 8th Shanghai Biennale" (2010), "West Heavens: India-China Summit on Social Thought" (2010-2011), "World in Transition, Imagination in Flux: Asian Circle of Thought 2012 Shanghai Summit" (2012), "West Bund 2013: A Biennial of Architecture and Contemporary Art "(2013), “1st Inter-Asia Biennale" Forum"(Taipei - Shanghai - Kochi, 2014), "The First Renjian Thought Forum: Intellectual Movements in Asia"(2014), "60 Years of the Third World: Seriel Forum in memory of Bandung"(Hangzhou - Kochi - Beijing - Tokyo - Hong Kong - Naha), "Declaration of Landscape: Fuchun Mountain Gallery Opening Exhibition"(2016), "Shanshui/Century: Future Media / Art Manifesto", Strasbourg (2017). "From/To: The Frontier of Chinese Art Education" (2018), etc. He has published books such as All Mortal Things are Ineffable, Book of Action: on Curatorial Writing, Mirrors and Masks: A Visual Study of Reality and Tangibility, etc..
President of the Westlake University, academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, foreign academician of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; foreign academician of the United States National Academy of Sciences; deputy chair of the China Association for Science and Technology(CAST), member of the 13th CPPCC. Previously served as professor in the Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University, USA, as well as Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Chair Professor. In 2008, he returned to work fulltime at Tsinghua University and served as the Vice President of Tsinghua University and Dean of the Institute of Life Sciences and Medicine. Since 2018, he has served as the Chair Professor and the President of Westlake University. Prof. Shi mainly uses biochemical and biophysical methods to study the molecular mechanism of cell apoptosis, the structure and function of important membrane proteins, and intracellular biological macromolecules. He analyzes the key complex structure of eukaryotic messenger RNA splicing bodies revealing molecule layer mechanisms. Prof. Shi is a recipient of the Searle Scholar Award, the Rita Allen Scholar Award, Tan Jiazhen Life Science Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2014 Eminov Award of Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 2020 Tan Kah Kee Science Award and other awards.
浙江大学教授、博士生导师、科学技术哲学学科带头人。曾担任浙江大学哲学系主任、浙江大学人文学院副院长，现任浙江大学科技与产业文化研究中心主任，兼任中国科学哲学理事会副理事长。1994.9-1996.9期间获包氏奖学金，赴日本东京大学学习，任广域科学研究科客座研究员。主持了教育部重大攻关项目“科学精神、 科学道德、 科研伦理和学术规范的重塑和构建研究”（首席专家）。并两次获得国家级教学成果奖。出版过《话语规则与知识基础――语用学维度》等专著；在《哲学研究》等期刊发表过论文二十余篇；翻译出版了《知识与权力——走向科学的政治哲学》和《科学技术论手册》等译著。
As the professor and PhD advisor of Zhejiang University, he is an academic leader of science and technology philosophy. He used to be chairman of the Philosophy Department of Zhejiang University and vice dean of College of Humanities of Zhejiang University. Now he is the director of Science and Industrial Culture Research Center of Zhejiang University and vice Chairman of Chinese Council for Science and Philosophy. He obtained the Bao Scholarship during 1994.9-1996.9, and went to the University of Tokyo in Japan for further study, as a visiting researcher of the Broad Area Science Research Department. He presided over the major project of the Ministry of Education "Research on the Reformation and Establishment of Scientific Spirit, Scientific Ethics, Scientific Research Ethics and Academic Norms" (as the chief expert) and the key project of the National Social Science Fund "Research on Innovative Culture with Chinese Characteristics in the New Era" (as the chief expert). And he twice won the National Teaching Achievement Award. He has published monographs such as the Discourse Rules and Knowledge Foundation -- Dimension of Pragmatics, and more than 20 papers in Philosophical Investigations and other journals. He has translated and published "Knowledge and Power: A Political Philosophy towards Science" and "A Handbook of Science and Technology".
金允哲是一位艺术家，电声音乐作曲家以及首尔Locus Solus工作室的创始人。他的最新作品专注于流体动力学、超材料的艺术潜力，尤其是在磁流体动力学方面。他的作品曾在国际上展出，包括：巴塞罗那CCCB；利物浦FACT；德国ZKM；奥地利的Ars Electronica等。他是欧洲核子研究组织2016年“对撞国际奖”的获得者。金允哲曾在学术机构任教，曾是韩国KIAS研究组Mattereality的首席研究员，也是奥地利维也纳应用艺术大学的艺术与科学项目组“流体天空”、以及“液态物”研究项目的成员。
Yunchul Kim is an artist, an electroacoustic music composer, and the founder of Studio Locus Solus in Seoul. His latest works are focusing on the artistic potential of fluid dynamics, metamaterials and especially on the context of magnetohydrodynamics. His works have been shown internationally including: CCCB, Barcelona; FACT, Liverpool; ZKM, Germany; Ars Electronica, Austria, amongst others. He was the winner of the Collide International Award 2016, CERN. Having taught in academic institutions, Kim was chief researcher of the research group Mattereality at the KIAS, Korea, and a member of the art and science project group Fluid Skies as well as Liquid Things, an artistic research project at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria.
Former Creative Director of The Shenzhen/Hong Kong Urban Architecture Bicity Biennale (UABB, 2013-14), currently director of Design Society. Founding-chief-editor of Volume, a scholarly architectural magazine. His publications include The Invisible in Architecture (co-authored 1994) and Architecture of Consequence (2009). From 2006 to 2013, he served as President of the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAi). The co-curator of the third Biennial European Contemporary Art exhibition Manifesta in 2000. He has also made major contributions to the curation of the UABB, Sao Paulo Architecture Biennale, and Venice International Architecture Biennale. He has taught architecture at MIT and regularly lectured at prestigious universities and cultural institutions worldwide.
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物理学家，跨学科带头人和作家。他是英国约克大学物理系的自然哲学教授，并且还隶属于该大学的中世纪研究与人文研究中心。他的科研成果“软物质与生物物理”激发了化学家、工程师和生物学家的开始研究分子结构和新兴材料特性之间的关系，并获得美国及欧洲核心奖项群的认可。他构想了多个大型跨学科合作项目，并获得资助；目前领导着英国“生命中的物理”网络项目。他获得了5年的 ESPRC 个人研究奖学金，主要研究蛋白质信号传导和丝纤维的自我组装。他的跨学科学术兴趣包括科学，神学，社会和历史的结构，以及艺术和科学的创造力理论，从而导致最近出版了《科学的信念与智慧》和《科学的诗歌与音乐》一书。他协同主持了“有序宇宙计划”，这是对13世纪科学的一次大型跨学科再研究。他还为“新兴哲学”和对16岁以下学生的跨课程教育研究做出了贡献。从2008年至2014年，他担任达勒姆大学副校长，并于2012-2015年担任英国物理研究所科学副主席，并于2015-2020年担任英国皇家学会教育委员会主席。他目前是英国皇家学会理事会成员，约翰·邓普顿基金会的受托人，以及哈佛大学诺克斯研究生奖的主席。
Physicist, academic interdisciplinary leader, and writer. He is inaugural Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Department of Physics at the University of York, England, and is also affiliated to the University's Centre for Medieval Studies and Humanities Research Centre. His scientific research in "soft matter and biological physics", has inspired collaborations with chemists, engineers, and biologists to study relationships between molecular structure and emergent material properties, recognized by major awards in the USA and Europe. He has conceived, won funding for, and directed several large interdisciplinary collaborations and currently leads the UK "Physics of Life" network. He holds a 5-year ESPRC personal research fellowship focusing on the physics of protein signalling and the self-assembly of silk fibres. His interdisciplinary academic interests include the framing of science, theology, society and history, and the theory of creativity in art and science, leading to the recent books Faith and Wisdom in Science and The Poetry and Music of Science. He co-leads the Ordered Universe project, a large interdisciplinary re-examination of 13th century science. He has also contributed to the philosophy of emergence, and to research in cross-curricular education for post-16 pupils. From 2008 to 2014 he served as Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research at Durham University and was from 2012-2015 Vice President for Science at the UK Institute of Physics, and from 2015-2020 Chair of the Royal Society’s Education Committee. He is currently a Council Member of the Royal Society, a trustee of the John Templeton Foundation, and chair of Harvard University's Knox postgraduate awards.
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Mónica Bello is a curator and art historian. Since 2015 she is the Curator & Head of Arts at CERN, the official arts programme of the European Laboratory of Particle Physics (CERN) in Geneva. In her curatorial research and projects she discusses the way artists instigate new conversations around emergent phenomena in our society and culture, such as the role of science and new knowledge in the perception of reality. She was Guest Curator of the prestigious Audemars Piguet Art Commission for Art Basel 2018. Prior to her arrival to Geneva she held the position of Artistic Director of VIDA Art and Artificial Life awards at Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, a pioneering award that fostered cross cultural expressions around the notion of life. She initiated and ran the Department of Education at Laboral Centro de Arte, Gijón. She was co-founder – with Ulla Taipale – of the Capsula curatorial platform. In 2004 her award-winning exhibition Organisms became one of the first exhibitions of bioart in Spain. As an internationally recognised figure within art and science networks, Bello is a regular speaker at conferences and participates in selection committees, advisory boards and mentorship programs.
Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, deputy director of Shanghai Institute of Philosophy of Social Sciences, grade-II professor, member of academic committee of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, editor-in-chief of "the Journal of Philosophical Analysis"; "State Council Special Government Allowance Expert", candidate of "the New Century Excellent Talents Support Program of the Ministry of Education", leading talent of Shanghai, director of the international "Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science and Technology"(CLMPST). Council member of "the Chinese Society for Dialectics of Nature/Philosophy of Nature, Science and Technology (CSDN/PNST)", deputy director of the physics philosothy branch. President of Shanghai Society for Dialectics of Nature; deputy of "the Shanghai Society of Science of Thought". Approximately 200 academic papers, 5 monographs, 8 translation works are published, also many other books and journals under auspices of Cheng. Cheng has presided more than 30 provincial and ministerial projects, was nominated the title of "Shanghai March 8th Red Flag Bearer". Her academic achievements won the first prize of Shanghai Philosophy and Social Science Outstanding Achievement Award. Visiting scholar at universities including Oxford, Cambridge, Stanford, Kyoto, Copenhagen and Southern California and etc.
Dr. Franck Marchis is a senior planetary astronomer and at the Carl Sagan Center of the SETI Institute and Chief Scientific Officer and co-founder at Unistellar. He has co-authored more than 380 scientific publications, and served as a science consultant and interviewee for numerous documentaries and movies related to the search for life on another planets and instrument developments in astronomy. The asteroid (6639) was named Marchis in honor of his discovery of the first triple-asteroid system in 2007. He has been an affiliated Astronomer at Observatoire de Paris since 2003. Since 2018 Dr. Marchis has also been an associate researcher member of the faculty at Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille (LAM) where he contributed to the study of main-belt asteroids. Since 2019 Dr. Marchis has also been an adjunct research fellow and Ph.D. advisor at University of Southern Queensland (USQ).
Semiconductor is UK artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt. Over twenty years they have become known for an innovative body of work, which explores the material nature of our world and how we experience it through the lenses of science and technology. They occupy a unique position in the art world, blending, in philosophically compelling ways, experimental moving image techniques, scientific research and digital technologies. Man’s experience of the physical world is central to the work of Semiconductor; taking us beyond the everyday rigid, static matter bound by the limits of human perception. By extending vision, hearing, time and scale through the use of technologies, by transcending physical constraints, Semiconductor creates first person experiences. These disrupt our everyday assumptions about reality and encourage us to step outside our fixed vantage points in space and time, to experience places that are in a constant state of flux. Through a contemporary reworking of the sublime the work is at once both humbling and captivating.
Film maker and photographer based in Helsinki. He has an MA degree from the Huston Film School in Galway, Ireland. His production company is Oiva-Filmi. Seppänen has considerable experience on international film projects, specializing in architecture. His work Iceberg shadow (Illume Ltd 2009) is an awarded documentary film based on a find of footage shot by a Finnish sailor all over the world. His photographs have been exhibited in private and joint exhibitions.
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Distinguished Professor of both Humanities Academy of Tongji University and China Academy of Art. His main research direction is the academic origin of the Pre-Qin dynasty and the interpretation of ancient classics. His major works include Qian Zhongshu Biography, Guanzhuibian Interpretation, The Way of Fisherman and the Way of Path-seeker, Classical Academy Essentials, Seven Commentaries and Interpretation on <Zhuangzi>, Quotations from Mr. Pan Yuting (record and narrate), and Exploring Chinese Scholarship. He sorted out "Pan Yuting works collection" 13 volumes 19 kinds, compiled four volumes of Xue Xueqian’s works, and proofread Hang Xinzhai's Viewpoints and Miscellaneous Knowledge of Yi Study.