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  • Publications

    Publications

    The latest scientific and technical documents of the world's leading engineering and technical publishers
  • Open Source Software

    Open Source Software

    Converges the data real time from two open source websites of GitHub and SourceForge, and makes the classification navigation, providing convenient search of software tools for researchers and practitioners in engineering and technology fields.
  • Top College Textbooks

    Top College Textbooks

    Europe and the United States professional courses, teaching materials (including name, author, publishing house) and other data
  • Leaf Area Index (LAI): Field Measurements, Remote Sensing Estimation and Validation Studies

    Leaf Area Index (LAI): Field Measurements, Remote Sensing Estimation and Validation Studies

    Leaf area index (LAI) corresponds to one half the total green leaf area per unit horizontal ground surface area. It is one of the essential climate variables identified by the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) and has been applied in a range of biosphere-atmosphere, biogeochemical, and ecological models as a primary biophysical and ecological parameter. This talk consists of three parts. The first part presents the LAI ground measurement methods. In the field, LAI can be estimated directly or indirectly: the direct methods measure LAI through litterfall or destructive sampling; the indirect methods estimate LAI via relationship with other more easily measurable parameters, such as canopy transmittance. The second part is about the LAI estimation from optical remote sensing technique. Current methods for estimating LAI are classified into three categories through: (1) the empirical relationship between LAI and vegetation indices; (2) inversion of canopy reflectance models; and (3) a hybrid inversion method. Following this, several major global LAI products and their spatial and temporal properties will be introduced. The last part of the presentation focuses on how to validate remote sensing LAI products. There are several validation schemes that develop uncertainty information about the global LAI products, such as the direct comparison method, the bridging method that makes comparison with upscaled high resolution products, and the cross-validation method.
  • ISCU World Data System :Trusted Data Serices for Globel Open Siences

    ISCU World Data System :Trusted Data Serices for Globel Open Siences

    Research is increasingly international, transdisciplinary, and data-enabled, which requires scrupulous data stewardship, full and open access to data. New expectations on researchers from governments and funders to share data fully, openly, and in a timely manner present significant challenges and opportunities to improve quality, efficiency and accountability to society. Researchers should be able to archive and disseminate data, and civil society to scrutinize datasets. Trustworthiness of data services must be verifiable. In addition, the need to integrate large and complex datasets across disciplines and domains with variable levels of maturity calls for better coordination to achieve interoperability and sustainability. WDS promotes long-term stewardship of, and universal and equitable access to, quality-assured scientific data. It coordinates and supports trusted scientific data services for the provision, use, and preservation of datasets to facilitate scientific research. It certifies its members—holders and providers of data—using internationally recognized standards, providing the building blocks of a searchable common infrastructure from which a data system that is both interoperable and distributed can be formed. This presentation will describe more specifically activities developed by its Scientific Committee to:(1)Improve and stimulate basic level Certification for Scientific Data Services, in particular through collaboration with the Data Seal of Approval. (2)Identify and define best practices for Publishing Data and to test implementation by involving the core stakeholders i.e. researchers, institutions, data centres, scholarly publishers, and funders.(3)Establish an open WDS Metadata Catalogue, Knowledge Network, and Global Registry of Trusted Data Services.
  • Treads and variability in atmospheric Precipitable water over the Tibetan Plateau

    Treads and variability in atmospheric Precipitable water over the Tibetan Plateau

    Trends and variability in precipitable water (PW) are an important component of climate change assessments for the Tibetan Plateau (TP). PW products from Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) are able to provide good spatial coverage of PW over the TP. The trends and variations in TP PW from 2000 to 2010 are analysed using three different methods (including linear fit, non-parametric and non-linear). The trend patterns derived from MODIS and ECMWF are very similar except for the magnitude. Increasing trends are found in the eastern and western TP; with decreasing trends in the middle. To detect the decadal trend in PW over the TP, Bayesian inference theory is used to construct long-term and spatially continuous PW data for the TP based on the station and MODIS observations. The prior information on the monthly-mean PW from MODIS and the 63 stations over the TP for 2000–06 is used to get the posterior probability knowledge that is utilized to build a Bayesian estimation model. This model is then operated to estimate continuous monthly-mean PW for 1970–2011 and its performance is evaluated using the monthly MODIS PW anomalies (2007–11) and annual GPS PW anomalies (1995–2011) to demonstrate that the model estimation can reproduce the PW variability over the TP in both space and time. Annual PW series show a significant increasing trend of 0.19mmdecade21 for the TP during the 42 years. The most significant PW increase of 0.47mmdecade21 occurs for 1986–99 and an insignificant decrease occurs for 2000–11. From the comparison of the PW data from JRA-55, ERA-40, ERA-Interim, MERRA, NCEP-2, and ISCCP, it is found that none of them are able to show the actual long-term trends and variability in PW for the TP as the Bayesian estimation.
  • Socio-economic survey based impact assessment of herders’livelihood in the grasslands of Mongolia Plateau

    Socio-economic survey based impact assessment of herders’livelihood in the grasslands of Mongolia Plateau

    This presentation consists of two part: first part will brief the collaboration activities in the Mongolia Plateau, including the establishment of International Joint Research Center on Environment and Sustainable Development of Mongolian Plateau and it major collaboration progress. Second part will introduce the research progress on Socio-economic survey based impact assessment of herders’ livelihood in the grasslands of Mongolia Plateau. The second part will (1) brief the background for the survey, which is mainly due to severe eco-environment problems in the regions, eg, soil erosion, land degradation, limited water availability, extraction of mineral resources, overgrazing, and ecosystem deterioration, trade-offs between grassland ecosystem protection and economic development in the marginal lands, and increasing meat and dairy consumption and demand for land productivity. Actions taken to mitigate those problems are mainly ecosystem conservation programs, which affect herders’ living, this study aims to identify and assess these impact using socio-economic methods and approaches. (2) Designing and implementing the surveys (questionnaire survey, institutional survey): which include purposive/homogeneous sampling, determination of survey sites, sampling methods and conducting survey. (3) livelihood indicators derived from surveys and assessment: land resources, grazing patterns, income structure, consumption patterns, cost for production and grazing, and dependence on local ecosystem services. (4) Evaluation of the survey approaches applied.
  • Data sharing on Cryosphere in China

    Data sharing on Cryosphere in China

    His main research interests are remote sensing in Cryosphere and Data Sharing. He has developed two important databases: Chinese glacier inventory and glacial lake inventory in the Hindu-Kush Himalaya Region. The former has been included by GLIMS database and is also part of Randolph Glacier Inventory(RGI), which is cited by IPCC AR5. He is the key member of “Cold and Arid Regions Science Data Center at Lanzhou” which is the sub center of the earth system science data sharing platform and the regular member of World Data System. Cryosphere data(include snow, glacier and permafrost dataset), desert and desertification data, environmental and ecosystem data in inland basin can be free accessed from this data center.
  • Pattern and dynamic analysis of Northeast Asia land cover based on object-oriented classification method

    Pattern and dynamic analysis of Northeast Asia land cover based on object-oriented classification method

    Collecting Landsat TM/ETM+ images of the whole region in 1990~2000, with the support of the object-oriented platform Ecognition, this research used decision tree and nearest neighbors classifier to extract the information about the land cover pattern of Northeast Asia, as well as its dynamic change. Based on the above datasets, choosing the involved area of China-Russia treaty, the coastwise transect area of Heilongjiang river basin, transect area of the frozen soils and Wusuli river basin of cross-boundary region between China and Russia as priority areas in this study, we discussed characteristics of land cover patterns and spatial differences of changes among different countries. Besides, taking related research about land suitable assessment as reference, we selected the most sensitive, most accurate and most abundant information indices as the assessment factor, according to the principle of comprehensiveness, leading character, rank character and regional rules. Then, we combined AHP (analytic hierarchy process) and expert evaluation method to illustrate the weight of different evaluation factors. After that, we did comprehensive suitable evaluation of reserved cultivated land in Northeast Asia. Finally, this study determined the spatial patterns and quantity of general suitable zone, highly suitable zone, fairly unsuitable zone and unsuitable zone. The result of this study can provide scientific support for sound land use policy makings.
  • Ecosystem, climate and livelihood

    Ecosystem, climate and livelihood

    Ecosystem, climate and livelihood are closely related,this presentation will introduce five main topics :(1)Ecosystem, its Services and Management.(2)Evolution and Ecological Civilization.(3)Ecosystems and Sustainable Development. (4)Climate Change and ecosystems. (5)Ecosystem, Climate and Livelihood, towards a conceptual framework. Finally we will introduce Agenda 2030/SDGs,aimed at an array of issues that included slashing poverty, hunger, disease, gender inequality, and access to water and sanitation.It has 17 SD Goals/169 Targets,and is a conceptual framework of the Ecosystem, Climate and Livelihood, which to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change.
  • Global land cover mapping and change monitoring with Landsat data

    Global land cover mapping and change monitoring with Landsat data

    Introduce the first 30m resolution global land cover map – Finer Resolution Observation and Monitoring – Global Land Cover (FROM-GLC), its mapping philosophy and procedure based on Landsat and other Earth observation satellite data. Then introduce the follow up data products in the FROM family – FROM-Global Cropland, FROM – Water, FROM – Wetland, Afirca Land Cover, Chilean Land Cover,Major Cities, Regional Settlement. Some of the scientific applications based on these data products will also be presented. Lastly, we propose an international cooperation framework in support of national land cover mapping and change monitoring based on the procedural framework of FROM – GLC in collaboration with national experts from specific countries.
  • Qinghai Lake case:Databases,data analysis and applications

    Qinghai Lake case:Databases,data analysis and applications

    We will introduces the cyberinfrastructure, database and its applications in Qinghai Lake region. We have been building a cyberinfrastructure to support the protection and research in this area since 2006. We introduce the e-Science application practices supporting research on species identification, spatial distribution patterns analysis, and avian influenza virus cross-species infection by presenting their methods, implementation, and results. This is the first attempt in China to construct cyberinfrastructure to support protection and research on wild birds in plateau area. The e-Science application practices are also the first one applied in the national nature reserve in China.
  • Resources,Environmental and Economic Patterns and Sustainable Development Modes of Silk Road Economic Belt

    Resources,Environmental and Economic Patterns and Sustainable Development Modes of Silk Road Economic Belt

    The lecture summarizes the key scientific issues for the sustainable development in Silk Road Economic Belt and analyzes the distribution pattern of resources, ecological environment, society and economy, and holds that it is conducive to Silk Road countries to carry out Omni-directional and multi-level economic cooperation. Then the lecture discusses main modes and paths of sustainable economic development for Silk Road Economic Belt: Resource cooperation mode,Ecological civilization mode, Regional economic integration mode, Transportation economic belt mode, International tourism economic zone mode. Finally, the article puts forward several action projects.
  • Assessment

    Assessment

    Higher engineering education evaluation indicators system, college and professional ranking, undergraduate and graduate evaluation,etc.
  • Accreditation

    Accreditation

    Certification rules issued by national and international engineering education certification organizations, certification standards, accredited institutions and professional directories,etc.
  • Ascademecs trends

    Ascademecs trends

    The academic problems, reform, development and approaches of higher engineering education in developed and developing countries,etc.
  • Temperature data set in 1980-2010 years between China,Russia and Mongolia

    Temperature data set in 1980-2010 years between China,Russia and Mongolia

    The data set is average temperature interpolation data for China, Russian, Mongolia from 1980 to 2010, is based on the NCDC gsod global temperature data set http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov, and through spatial interpolation. The spatial resolution of the data for 1KM, a single band coverage data format, respectively. The temperature data during 1980-2010 year.
  • Precipitation data set for 1980-2010 years in China, Russia and Mongolia

    Precipitation data set for 1980-2010 years in China, Russia and Mongolia

    This data set is the average annual precipitation interpolation data of China, Russia and Mongolia 1980-2010 years, according to the NCDC gsod global precipitation data set http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov, and the spatial interpolation.
  • Surface vegetation cover data in Mongolia Plateau

    Surface vegetation cover data in Mongolia Plateau

    This data set in 1981 -1999 NDVI-PathFinder and 2000 -2012 MODIS data set based on vegetation index data set, two pixel model and vegetation index based on the data were retrieved from the data of Mongolia Plateau vegetation coverage in 1981 -2012 set. This data set provides the surface vegetation cover of 1981-2012 year in Mongolia plateau from 4-10 to 1981-2012. The overall accuracy of the data set is 75%.
  • MODIS vegetation index data of Mongolia plateau (2000-2012)

    MODIS vegetation index data of Mongolia plateau (2000-2012)

    This data set using the sinusoidal projection and 16 days of synthetic data, the spatial resolution of 250m, improve the NDVI observation of low saturation point, calculated on the basis of BRDF data, and a variety of mask processing (water, cloud, aerosol, cloud and shadow), helps to carry out the data analysis of the long-term dynamic assimilation and vegetation, and also can be used for detecting vegetation status, biological chemistry, water cycle and global and regional climate research.
  • MODIS enhanced vegetation index (2000-2012) in Mongolia Plateau

    MODIS enhanced vegetation index (2000-2012) in Mongolia Plateau

    This data set using the sinusoidal projection and 16 days of synthetic data, extraction of EVI, but also the full consideration of the atmospheric correction problems, the calculation is based on BRDF correction data, and a variety of mask processing. Compared to the NDVI EVI time series seasonal time series is more obvious, can better reflect the seasonal variation characteristics of high vegetation covered area, and there is little drop phenomenon, time series curve was smooth.
  • NDVI Vegetation time series data (1998-2012) in Mongolia Plateau

    NDVI Vegetation time series data (1998-2012) in Mongolia Plateau

    The data set provides the Mongolia plateau SPOT 10 days synthetic NDVI raster data with a resolution of 1000 meters, the coordinates of type WGS-84, projection using Albers projection.
  • Mongolia plateau land cover data (2009)

    Mongolia plateau land cover data (2009)

    The original data set is the MODIS Collection 5 data set produced by the Boston University. The data set, projection system and data format conversion of MCD12Q1 products using the MODIS reprojection tool MRT, and land_cover_type_1 data extraction layer, data classification system transformation, using resampling techniques covering raster data resolution are obtained for 500m resolution of the 2009 Mongolia plateau land. The overall accuracy of the data is about 75%, and the accuracy of different land cover types is different.
  • Mongolia plateau land cover data (2005)

    Mongolia plateau land cover data (2005)

    The original data set is the MODIS Collection 5 data set produced by the Boston University. The data set, projection system and data format conversion of MCD12Q1 products using the MODIS reprojection tool MRT, and land_cover_type_1 data extraction layer, data classification system transformation, using resampling techniques covering raster data resolution are obtained for 500m resolution of the 2005 Mongolia plateau land. The overall accuracy of the data is about 75%, and the accuracy of different land cover types is different.
  • Mongolia plateau land cover data (2001)

    Mongolia plateau land cover data (2001)

    The original data set is the MODIS Collection 5 data set produced by the Boston University. The data set, projection system and data format conversion of MCD12Q1 products using the MODIS reprojection tool MRT, and land_cover_type_1 data extraction layer, data classification system transformation, using resampling techniques covering raster data resolution are obtained for 500m resolution of the 2001 Mongolia plateau land. The overall accuracy of the data is about 75%, and the accuracy of different land cover types is different.
  • Intelligent City Events

    Intelligent City Events

    Events information on Intelligent City and Urban Planning collected from global institutes and universities.
  • Intelligent City News

    Intelligent City News

    News on Intelligent City and Urban Planning collected from major institutes' websites.
  • Data sources for multi Engineering disciplines

    Data sources for multi Engineering disciplines

    15 major engineering desciplines are picked out with 54 types of engineering data and 104 data sources. The network relationship of data flows among those 15 engineering desciplines is listed.
  • Global City Data_Social&Economy&Environment

    Global City Data_Social&Economy&Environment

    The data set is consisted of 26 indicators of 1262 global cities, indicating these cities' social, economic and environmental development.
  • Best Practices of Global Smart Cities

    Best Practices of Global Smart Cities

    Excellent cases done by cities around the world
  • 1 Month Taxi Data_NY

    1 Month Taxi Data_NY

    The yellow and green taxi trip records of New York City include fields capturing pick-up and drop-off dates/times, pick-up and drop-off locations, trip distances, itemized fares, rate types, payment types, and driver-reported passenger counts. Time period: the whole month of January 2016.
  • Air Quality Data

    Air Quality Data

    ICity collected major Chinese cities' air quality data in the year 2016. Key indicators include AQI, PM2.5, PM10, CO, NO2, O3, etc.
  • International Engineering Sciences Symposium

    International Engineering Sciences Symposium

    Provide latest international engineering sciences symposium list
  • Nepal basic national information database

    Nepal basic national information database

    Including Nepal based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Water Quality Data

    Water Quality Data

    ICity collected water quality data of hydrological monitoring stations along China's main water bodies since year 2004.
  • Thailand basic national information database

    Thailand basic national information database

    Including Thailand based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Kazakhstan basic national information database

    Kazakhstan basic national information database

    Including Kazakhstan based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Uzbekistan basic national information database

    Uzbekistan basic national information database

    Including Uzbekistan based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Turkmenistan basic national information database

    Turkmenistan basic national information database

    Including Turkmenistan based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Tajikistan basic national information database

    Tajikistan basic national information database

    Including Tajikistan based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • India basic national information database

    India basic national information database

    Including India based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Bangladesh basic national information database

    Bangladesh basic national information database

    Including Bangladesh based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Bhutan basic national information database

    Bhutan basic national information database

    Including Bhutan based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Burma basic national information database

    Burma basic national information database

    Including Burma based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Scholar's Network in Urban Planning Discipline

    Scholar's Network in Urban Planning Discipline

    Based on 2044 scholars of Urban Planning from 289 universities around the world, ICity Center collected over 80,000 academic publications. Through Network analysis, a global network of Urban Planning scholars can be found.
  • Laos basic national information database

    Laos basic national information database

    Including the basic situation of the Lao National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Vietnam basic national information database

    Vietnam basic national information database

    Including the basic national geographic data of Vietnam. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Kampuchea basic national information database

    Kampuchea basic national information database

    Including Kampuchea based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Philippines basic national information database

    Philippines basic national information database

    Including Philippines based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Population and Environment Featured Database

    Population and Environment Featured Database

    Collecting content to population, environment and development as the core, effectively reveal the national profile for regional sustainable development research, government management decision-making and the public to provide data services.
  • Industrial Economics Featured Database

    Industrial Economics Featured Database

    Collecting the basic situation, history, organization, development and business strategy, core business, SWOT report and other basic information of the world top 500 enterprises in the last five years, so as to understand the advantages and disadvantages of well-known enterprises.
  • Union Message Featured Database

    Union Message Featured Database

    The National Report helps readers to keep track of the major events in the global market and to determine the impact of the event in the short to medium term. Each National Report will conduct a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the main events in a country or region.
  • Education of Science Featured Database

    Education of Science Featured Database

    Collecting Universities Alliance of the New Silk Road of science and technology published literature and some foreign language resources for use.
  • Pakistan basic national information database

    Pakistan basic national information database

    Including Pakistan based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Russian national information database

    Russian national information database

    Geographic data containing the Russian national conditions. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Inversion data set of Poyang Lake suspended matter concentration 2000-2013

    Inversion data set of Poyang Lake suspended matter concentration 2000-2013

    Use Poyang Lake area from 2009 to 2012 spring, summer, autumn and winter seasons continuously observed suspended solids concentration and the same period of MODIS Image product mod09a1 multi band linear regression analysis to obtain the inversion model of four seasons; based on these models, acquired Poyang Lake of suspended solids concentration from 2009 to 2012 by season . Furthermore, analyzes the Poyang Lake sexton concentrations of space-time distribution pattern and variation characteristics.
  • Dongting Lake dike 1949-2013 spatial variation data set

    Dongting Lake dike 1949-2013 spatial variation data set

    The data set use 20 county (city, district) in the Dongting Lake area as the study area, extract lake polder 2013 space distribution, and generate Lake polder spatial variation data in three different periods (1949-1998 years, from 1998 to 2008, 2008-2013)
  • 2009-2012 inversion data set of chlorophyll a concentration in Poyang Lake

    2009-2012 inversion data set of chlorophyll a concentration in Poyang Lake

    This set of data made field spectral information collection and analysis, construct the spectral index, combining with the measured data of chlorophyll a concentration, using the least squares regression analysis method to get the sensitive band interval; the semi empirical method, the experience stage has been in Poyang Lake 2009-2012 chlorophyll estimation model for a concentration using MODIS data obtained in Poyang Lake from 2009 to January 2012, April, July and October the distributions of chlorophyll a concentration data.
  • Kyrgyzstan basic national information database

    Kyrgyzstan basic national information database

    Including Kyrgyzstan based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Mongolia basic national information database

    Mongolia basic national information database

    Including Mongolia based National Geographic Data. It includes three categories: basic national conditions, natural resources and political and economic data. Detailed classification: geographical location, administrative division, topography, soil, climate, rivers, lakes and the environment, land resources, water resources, forest resources, animal resources, plant resources, energy resources, mineral resources, non-metallic mineral resources, tourism resources, language, nationality, religion, festivals, political diplomacy, economy, science and technology, education, sports ,hospital bed density, etc.
  • Conferences and seminars

    Conferences and seminars

    Higher engineering education conferences and seminars of UNESCO, IFEE, ASEE, SEFI, WFEO and AEEA,etc.
  • Policy document

    Policy document

    The policy documents about the outstanding engineers education training plan issued by the Ministry of Education, Construction and Transport,etc.
  • Research literature

    Research literature

    Dissertations from engineering colleges and Journal papers about higher engineering education from IEEE, JEE, EJEE, etc.
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Google AI defeats human Go champion

Chinese Go player Ke Jie has lost two games of Go to Google's artificial intelligence.
Chat app Kik takes on Facebook with developer ecosystem built on the blockchain

Chat app Kik takes on Facebook with developer ecosystem built on the blockchain

There’s been much talk of ICO — initial coin offerings — amid the rising value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum. Now the industry is about to see its first ‘big name’ move into the space after Kik announced plans to introduce its own cryptocurrency via a token sale. Messaging app Kik is particular popular among teens and young people in North America. Overall the eight-year-old company, which is based in Canada, claims 300 million registered users. Kik doesn’t break out how many of those are active any given month, but we do know that growth has slowed over the past year. Kik isn’t just the most used service to venture into ICOs, it is also the highest financially backed company. It has raised over $120 million to date, and its most recent fundraising round in late 2015 valued its business at $1 billion. Most of the interest around ICOs has centered around it being a process that allows companies to raise money independently of so-called professional investors — such
How being a Star Wars extra changed my life

How being a Star Wars extra changed my life

Jerome Blake played seven characters in the Star Wars saga, launching him into a new world of movie stars and fan conventions. Here's his story.
Career coaching service Paragon One gets $1.9M seed funding from investors including Y Combinator

Career coaching service Paragon One gets $1.9M seed funding from investors including Y Combinator

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The 2017 Task Launch Meeting of IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System held in Beijing

The 2017 Task Launch Meeting of IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System held in Beijing

On May 5, 2017 task launch meeting for the “Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System” of the International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology (IKCEST) under the Auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), was held its in Beijing, China
Smart City and Smart Transportation in China

Smart City and Smart Transportation in China

In China, the rapid growth in the urbanization caused a series of problems, such as high population density, shortage of resources, pollution, traffic congestion, etc. Smart City might be a fundamental way to solve these problems.
The Asian Universities Alliance Founding Assembly and the first AUA Summit

The Asian Universities Alliance Founding Assembly and the first AUA Summit

The Asian Universities Alliance Founding Assembly and the first AUA Summit were held in Beijing on April 29th. The founding members of the AUA consist of 15 representative universities in 14 countries and regions; over 400 university Presidents, teachers and students attended the summit. The mission of the AUA is to jointly address regional and global challenges specifically related to higher education and economic, scientific and technological development, by strengthening collaboration among member institutions. The alliance will discuss Asian values and Asian ideas on higher education to jointly address regional and global challenges, specifically related to higher education and economic, scientific and technological development, by strengthening collaboration among member institutions.
The “Training Program for Silk Road Engineering Science and Technology Development” offers its 10th Workshop on the Theories of Big Data and the Innovated Practices

The “Training Program for Silk Road Engineering Science and Technology Development” offers its 10th Workshop on the Theories of Big Data and the Innovated Practices

The 10th workshop on “Theories of Big Data and the Innovated Practices” offered through the “Training Program for Silk Road Engineering Science and Technology Development” was started in Xi’an Jiaotong University, organized by Xi'an Jiaotong University and the International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology (IKCEST) under the Auspices of UNESCO.
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“Education, skills and promotion of heritage are lasting foundations for a prosperous and peaceful Afghanistan” says Irina Bokova

“Education, skills and promotion of heritage are lasting foundations for a prosperous and peaceful Afghanistan” says Irina Bokova

On 5 October, the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, participated in the opening of the Brussels Conference on Afghanistan, in the presence of the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mr Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the President of the European Council, Mr Donald Tusk, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr Ban Ki-moon, the US Secretary of State John Kerry and other world leaders.
Announcement of Laureates of 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards

Announcement of Laureates of 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards

The L’Oréal Foundation and UNESCO today announced the laureates of the 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards in the physical sciences. They will receive their awards at a ceremony in Paris on 23 March 2017.
UNESCO Director-General pays tribute to Shimon Peres, as Historic Man of Peace

UNESCO Director-General pays tribute to Shimon Peres, as Historic Man of Peace

The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, praised the memory of the ninth President of Israel, Mr. Shimon Peres: "He was a great statesman, a great humanist, and a historic man of peace."
President of Ghana John Dramani Mahama addresses UNESCO on #AccessToInfoDay

President of Ghana John Dramani Mahama addresses UNESCO on #AccessToInfoDay

An audience of 100 participants enjoyed UNESCO’s advance commemoration of the new International Day for Universal Access to Information in an event held in Paris on 26 September. The event, dubbed #IPDCtalks, saw a dozen dynamic speakers making links between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the issues of information, media and ICTs.
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