The Belt and Road International Science Popularization Cooperation: Consensus and Prospective
Time: 13:00-17:30, September 18, 2018
Venue: China National Conference Center
13:00-13:40 High-level Talks
13:50-14:00 Introduction of distinguished guests
14:00-14:15 Science and Technology Popularization Exchanges in 'the Belt & Road' S&T Innovative Cooperation
Mrs. Xiao Wang, Director of Asia and Africa, MOST China
14:15-14:30 Pakistan Public Science Literacy
Mr. Shahzad Alam, President of Pakistan Council of Science and Technology
14:30-14:45 KLESF and Its effect on Malaysian Science Literacy
Prof. Sze Wei Lee, Vice President, R&D Commercialization, Universiti Tunku
Abdul Rahman （UTAR）, President of Steering Committee of KLESF, Malaysia
14:45-15:00 Experiences on Russian: From the Perspective of ‘All-Russia Science Festival’
Dr. Leonid Gusev, Director of Russia Science Festival, Consultant of Deputy
President of Russia Academy of Science
15:00-15:15 British Science and Technology Popularization
Mr. Danny Pan, Deputy Director of Education and Skills, Department of International Trade (DIT), Great Britain
15:15-15:30 Mexico's Experience on Improving the Science Literacy
Mr. Jesus Ramirez Diaz, Technical Secretary, Science and Technology Commission of the Senate of the Republic of Mexico
15:30-15:45 Assessment and Evaluation Criteria for Science Literacy
Prof. Lixin Zhao, Deputy Director of CRISP
15:45-16:00 Thailand’s Public Science Literacy
Ms. Pasupha Chin, Counselor of Science and Technology, Royal Embassy of
16:00-16:15 Science Literacy Promoting Policy and its Practices
Dr. Geng Tu, Division Manager, Office of Management and Planning
Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
16:15-16:35 Launching Ceremony for 1st China Russia Cooperative and Innovation Week
16:35-16:50 MOU Signing Ceremony Between China Research Institution for Science
Popularization and Foro Consultivo Cientifico Y Technologico, A.C.
16:50-17:00 Group Photo
17:00-17:30 Panel Discussion: Consensus and Perspectives for International Cooperation with in
17:30-18:30 Exhibitions: International ST Popularization Works, National ST Popularization Day,
Beijing ST Festival
18:30-20:00 Business Dinner
20:00-22:00 Movies time
III. Brief CVs
1. Prof. Lee Sze Wei
Prof. Dr. Lee Sze Wei was born in Malaysia in 1970. He obtained BEng (Hons) in Electronics and Optoelectronics, MPhil., and PhD from University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK in 1995, 1996, and 1998 respectively. He is currently a professor and the Vice President (Research, Development and Commercialisation) of Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia. He specializes in telecommunication engineering. For the past five years he has been involved actively in the promotion of interest of science, technology, engineering and mathematic (STEM) among the youth in Malaysia. He initiated a STEM movement in Malaysia called the Kuala Lumpur Engineering Science Fair (KLESF) in 2014. Under KLESF he has started various STEM interest promotion programmes. These include an annual mega science fair for school children, KLESF: The Fair 2014, 2015 & 2016 which have attracted more than 100,000 visitors thus far. Besides that, he has also initiated STEM hands-on mentorship programme for schools in Malaysia where more than 30 schools have benefited from it thus far. He has also visited and given talks in more than 80 schools on STEM thus far.
2. Dr. Geng Tu
Office of Management Planning
Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Technology
Dr. Geng Tu was born in 1967 in Beijing, China. After graduated from University of Science and Technology of China, he came to Japan to enter the graduate school in the University of Tokyo. He received a Ph.D in material science from the University of Tokyo in 1996. He has been working as a researcher in the National Research Institute for Metal (now the National Institute for Material Science) and a product manager in Dynacomware Corporation. He entered Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) in 2005 and served as the manager in Department of International Affairs, in charge of international collaborative programs on scientific research. He began his current work in Miraikan from 2014 by serving as the division manager of office for international affairs. Now he is the division manager of office of management planning.
The Science and Technology Basic Plan, based on the Science and Technology Basic Law enacted in November 1995, defines the essential science and technology policy in Japan. The relations between society and STI (science, technology and innovation) is an important topic in the Basic Plan. My presentation will review the trajectory of how the science literacy is addressed from the start of the Basic Plan and how the concept was expanded to a comprehensive policy of enhancing the engagement of general public to the STI policy and advancement as the result of environmental, social and economic change locally and globally. The recent development and the role of science center and science museum in the global trend of sustainable development will also be addressed in the presentation.
3. Dr. Leonid Gusev
Adviser to the Vice President, Russian Academy of Science
Represent the Russian Academy of Science as their main contact for science communication. His role entails a wide range of responsibilities, such organising exhibitions, science festivals, scientific events.
Organizing Science Festivals in Russia and internationally
Organizing S&T promotion events
Organizing lectures by esteemed scholars, including Nobel Prize laureates
Collaboration with innovative laboratories, R&Ds, corporations and museums
4. Dr. Pasupha Chinvarasopak
Counsellor for Science and Technology, Embassy of Thailand
Working as a Minister Counsellor for Science and Technology in China to collaborate science, technology and innovation between Thailand and China
2010-2015, Ph.D. in Development Administration, National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand
5. JESÚS RAMÍREZ DÍAZ
TECHNICAL SECRETARY, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMISSION OF THE SENATE OF THE REPUBLIC
Jesús Ramírez Díaz, has a degree in Law from the Escuela Libre de Derecho, he has a Master's Degree in Comparative Public Policies and he has studies and diplomas in various international institutions on issues related to scientific development, technology and innovation, as well as those related to information technology and telecommunications. His professional performance has been developed mainly in the public sector, where he has held responsibilities in the Federal Ministry of the Interior, the Presidency of the Republic and in the Congress of the Union. His career is highlighted by his work as head of the Technical Secretary of the Commission of Science and Technology of the Senate of the Republic for fifteen years, collaborating and advising senators of all the political forces represented in that legislative body and where he has been the main editor and advisor of the most important reforms in science, technology and innovation in the last 15 years, since this position he has had the opportunity to establish permanent relationships and collaborative links with representatives of the public, social, private and international sectors related to development. of scientific, technological and innovation activities. He has also been special advisor to the President of the Republic Senate, as well as business organizations such as the Mexican Internet Association, the National Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology, and the Mexican Association of Information Technologies.
6. Adriana Guerra
Degree in Psychology and multidisciplinary academic training in History of Mexico, Public Administration, Political Science and Strategic Planning.
Served as an official public in the sectors: scientific and technological, educational, health and law enforcement.
Coordination of government bodies and high-level collegiate bodies with prominent members of the community to analyze the most relevant issues for the development of science, technology and innovation in Mexico.
• National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT)-National System of Researchers: Board of Directors, Board of Honor, Consultant Committee, Commissions Dictators of the areas: Biology and Chemistry; Medicine and Sciences of the Health; Biotechnology and Agricultural Sciences; Engineering, as well as the Technological Subcommittee.
• Technical coordination of the National Program for Drug Control with the participation of General Directors of 11 State Secretariats.
• Statistical Information Sector Committee of the Ministry of Health.
Technical Secretary at the Scientific and Technological Advisory Forum, Mexico City
January 2015 - Present
Adviser for the General Coordinator at Scientific and Technological Advisory Forum, Mexico City August 2014-December 2014
Deputy Director of Comprehensive Results System for the Evaluations at the National Institute of Education Evaluation, Mexico City
May 2014 - August 2014
7. Vasily Petrechenko
Deputy CEO, MSU Science Park
In charge of international cooperation and cooperation with China