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Chongqing Daily and Xinhuanet interview Academician Yukio Tamura of CQU

At 10:00 am on December 19, 2017, more than 10 media, including Chongqing Daily and Xinhuanet, interview Academician Yukio Tamura of Chongqing University at the First Academic Lecture Hall of No. 1 Teaching Building. Professor Yang Qingshan, dean of the School of Civil Engineering, presides over the interview.

Yang Qingshan extends his sincere welcome to the journalists present. At first, Yang points out that as Chongqing University is included in the fist-rate type-A university construction program, and the civil engineering discipline is also included in the first-rate discipline construction program, a number of international top talents will be needed. Given such a background, the appointment of Academician Yukio Tamura as a full-time professor of Chongqing University is of great significance for construction of civil engineering discipline. After that, Yang goes over the resume of Academician Yukio Tamura to the journalists.

 

The interview takes the form of free-response questions. The journalist of Chongqing Evening News asks Academician Yukio Tamura about his impression of Chongqing. Academician Yukio Tamura praises the fine scenery of the mountain city but adds that he has not got accustomed to the food here because he has been here for only more than 3 months.


The journalist of Chongqing Morning News asks Academician Yukio Tamura why he has chosen Chongqing University. Academician Yukio Tamura replies that he had signed 3-year contract in 2014 with Beijing Jiaotong University when he first came to China. After that, he signed a contract with the School of Civil Engineering of Chongqing University in October 2017 upon invitation of Dean Yang Qingshan. He has chosen Chongqing University for two major projects, namely, the structural wind engineering and environmental wind engineering. His original intention is to build a safe and sustainable society.

The journalist of Chongqing Times asks Academician Yukio Tamura whether he could gives an introduction to the Strong Wind Related Disaster Prevention Organization jointly established by Academician Yukio Tamura and the United Nations, whether this Organization has any strategy for prevention against strong wind disaster, and whether it has directly participated in any related disaster prevention projects in China. Academician Yukio Tamura says that the Strategic Bureau of Affairs of the United Nations previously had no organization with respect to wind load. However, the wind disaster would cause great loss. In respond to his proposal to establish an organization with respect to wind load, the Organization was established in 2009.

The journalist of Chongqing Evening News asks Academician Yukio Tamura what suggestions he would like to give on research of wind resistance in China, and what he plans to do at Chongqing University. Academician Yukio Tamura points out that the research of wind resistance in China is currently concentrating on wind resistance of high-rise buildings. At present, Academician Yukio Tamura plans to be devoted to research of structural wind engineering and environmental wind engineering of Chongqing University.

 

Afterwards, Academician Yukio Tamura is interviewed by Chongqing TV and Xinhuanet in his own office, with video recordings taken.

 

The journalist of Chongqing TV asks Academician Yukio Tamura about his scientific research findings, and why he has chosen Chongqing University to carry out scientific research and what supports he is expecting from the University. Professor Yukio Tamura says that his main research areas include wind engineering and research of wind resistance for high-rise buildings. In addition, he has participated in many research projects of design of super high-rise buildings. His original intention for coming to this University coincide with the two major research projects of the University, and he also hopes to make some contributions to the two projects.

The journalist of Xinhuanet asks Academician Yukio Tamura what attitude a researcher should take toward science. Academician Yukio Tamura responds that this is a good question and that a researcher should keep in mind persistent love for science, projects, earth, human beings and the environment, and should set a goal and try the best to realize the goal. He adds that the most fundamental thing is to work hard.

 

The interview has obtained massive media coverage.

 

CQNews

http://news.ifeng.com/a/20171127/53617332_0.shtml

 

CQNews

http://news.sina.com.cn/c/2017-11-27/doc-ifypacti8482732.shtml

 

Science and Technology Daily

http://www.stdaily.com/02/difangdongt/2017-11/27/content_600876.shtml

 

Chongqing Evening News

http://cq.qq.com/a/20171128/003279.htm

 

Chongqing Daily

http://www.cqrb.cn/html/cqrb/2017-11/28/009/content_187265.htm

 

Xinhuanet

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/28/c_136785194.htm

 

PhoenixNet

http://news.ifeng.com/a/20171128/53643277_0.shtml


CQNews

http://cq.cqnews.net/html/2017-12/19/content_43505205.htm


Chongqing Commercial Daily Online

http://www.chinacqsb.com/gd/2017-12/19/content_36430.htm


Live News

https://my.cqtimes.cn/?m=home&c=newsdetail&a=index&id=2825716&inside=0&uid=&deviceid=43AA174E-769E-4530-AF91-923C55517A80&version=2.2.9&uuid=744ba7b69945809bce8f7cf62f55897f&incode=548773&from=singlemessage&isappinstalled=0


Chongqing Daily

http://epaper.cqrb.cn/html/cqrb/2017-12/20/012/content_189509.htm


CRI Online

http://cq.cri.cn/20171220/badfc34c-2f31-43c7-2bf3-5b587b405acd.html