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State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics (SOED) was approved by the Ministry of Science and Technology in July 2006, and was reviewed in December 2009. SOED was established on the existing Laboratory of Ocean Dynamic Processes and Satellite Oceanography (LOPSO), gathering talents of traditional disciplines of physical ocean, marine remote sensing and marine ecological environment at the Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration. The founding director of SOED was Dr. CHEN Dake, now an academician member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The current director is Professor CHAI Fei, and the current director of the Academic Committee is CAS Academician WU Guoxiong.

    Motivated by vital national needs for protecting maritime rights and interests and for disaster prevention and mitigation, and with the goals of improving technology and theory used for establishing three-dimensional marine environmental monitoring and prediction systems, staff at SOED carries out research on satellite marine environment dynamics, with an emphasis on application. The lab creates unique marine science and technology platform with distinctive international influences. There are three main research themes at SOED: Technology and Application of Satellite Remote Sensing, Ocean Dynamic Processes and Ecosystems, Ocean Circulation and Climate Change. And there are four public platforms: Satellite Ground Station, Argo Data Center, Marine Instrument Sharing Platform, and Computer Center. These public platforms serve marine observation data not only to researchers but also to marine laboratories nationwide.

    There are currently 99 members at SOED, including two academicians of CAS, one academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), two members of national “One Thousand Talents Plan” for global talents, one member of national “1000 Talents Plan” for youth, one member of “National Hundred, Thousand and Ten Thousand Talents Project,” two members of national “Ten Thousand Talents Plan,” one member of “National Funds for Distinguished Young Scholars,” one member of “Youth Science and Technology Innovation Leader,” 18 members of provincial and ministerial talents programs. There is a well-structured scientific team, with highly qualified senior staff as academic leaders and talented young scientists as the backbone.


Brief History

  • Four SOED supporting platforms are expanding and relocating to Lin'an

    2016

  • 2016

    CHAI Fei, Director of SOED

  • CHEN Dake elected as CAS Academician

    2015

  • 2014

    Creative Research Group of the MOST awarded

  • Creative Research Group of the NSFC awarded

    2014

  • 2013

    “Research and application of satellite remote sensing key technology of coastal complex water environment” awarded the Second Prize of National Science & Technology Progress Award

  • Marine Instruments Sharing Platform received an award from MOF

    2011

  • 2009

    SOED passed the review organized by MOST

  • Shuguang Computer Cluster was ranked in the Top 50 in China

    2008

  • 2008

    SOED moved into the new building

  • SOED promoted to State Key Lab of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics, with CHEN Dake as the Founding Director

    2006

  • 2003

    PAN Delu was awarded the Special Prize of National Science & Technology Progress Award

  • China Argo program initiated

    2002

  • 2001

    PAN Delu elected as CAE Academician

  • Laboratory of Ocean Processes and Satellite Oceanography established

    1999

  • 1999

    Su Jilan elected as the Chair of UNESCO/IOC

  • “Study on the oceanic application of satellite-borne SAR” awarded the Third Prize of National Science & Technology Progress Award

    1997

  • 1996

    “Sino-Japan Comprehensive Study of the Kuroshio” awarded the Second Prize of the National Science & Technology Progress Award

  • SU Jilan elected as CAS Academician

    1991

  • 1993

    Su Jilan elected as the Chair of WESTPAC/IOC

  • Hangzhou Satellite Receiving Station established

    1988

  • 1986

    Sino-Japan Joint Study on the Kuroshio dynamics

  • Three research groups focusing on Hydrometeorology, Ocean Remote Sensing, and Coastal Zone

    1960-1979