The Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CIOMP) was founded in 1952 focusing on luminescence, applied optics, optical engineering, and precision mechanics and instrumentation. There are currently 2,056 professionals working at CIOMP, including 3 CAS academicians, 256 professors and 638 associate professors(by the end of June,2017). Since CIOMP's establishment, led by a group of scientists including WANG Daheng and XU Xurong, CIOMP has developed more than a dozen “First of China” advanced instruments such as the first ruby laser and the first large theodolite, etc. The research has resulted in more than 1,000 patents and 1,700 completed research projects. By sponsoring and helping to set up more than 10 research institutes, colleges, and enterprises, CIOMP has contributed 2,200 professionals to other national institutions, among whom 23 professionals have been elected as academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) or the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE). One of CIOMP’s outstanding scientists, JIANG Zhuying, has become a model Chinese intellectual and inspired many. CIOMP has been involved in many important national projects, such as the "Two bombs, One Star" and manned space projects. CIOMP has made great contributions to China's defense construction, economic development, and social progress.
Secretaries: Yaobiao Li: +86-431-86176851, +86 15948387915
Jingze Yuan: +86-431-86176851, +86 13844080268