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DSP 2005 applied system and payload Working Conference held in Beijing
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Update time: 2005-12-22
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On February 26, 2005, DSP 2005 applied system and payload Working Conference, which last for 2 days, was held in Beijing.

The conference made a summary for the work in 2004 and discussed about “TC-1” and “TC-2” and discussed about the following work in 2005.

Ji Wu, the commander in chief of DSP gave congratulation to the inauguration. He pointed out that this conference is a good chance for the applied system of DSP to have a careful summarization of its experiences. “We should make clear the problems we may confront and the achievements we have got, thus assure that the following circulation work of the satellites.”

At the conference, Zhenxing Liu, academicians of CAS and top scientist of DSP, gave a lecture on the circulating situation of DSP, the cooperation with Cluster of ESA as well as the results of exploration and analysis. Master of applied system of DSP, Jinrong Cai reported on the summary of technical work and master of quality of DSP reported on the summary of work of quality. Director of office of DSP arranged the working plan for applied system in 2005.The representatives of four branch systems of DSP also gave lectures on their work in 2004 at the conference.

After listening to the lectures, the leaders who took part in the conference gave their congratulations on work of DSP applied and payload system had done and suggestions to DSP’s following work.

On February 27, 2005, the four branch system held their separate meeting to discuss about the work next. In the discussion, researchers gave their advice and suggestions to the following work and after that people who take charge of the teams discussion gave reports to the conference committee.

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