Peng Cheng Laboratory

Ground Breaking Ceremony for PCL's Future Home

Date: 2019-05-28 Source:

On May 27, the ground breaking ceremony of PCL’s future home—Shibilong Park was successfully held. The event was hosted by the Shenzhen Municipal Government, jointly organized by the Municipal Development and Reform Commission, Municipal Science, Technology and Innovation Commission, Nanshan District Government and Peng Cheng Laboratory.

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Haitao Zheng, deputy director of the provincial Science and Technology Department, deputy mayor Lixin Wang, Lab director Wen Gao, academician Yunjie Liu and Binxing Fang attended the event. On May 23, the Standing Committee of Shenzhen Municipal Government approved the general construction plan of the Park, with a total land area of 336 acres. In the first phase of construction, it covers a land area of 41 acres and a general construction area of more than 100 acres.

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Lab director Wen Gao pointed out in his speech that Peng Cheng Lab, with the support from all levels of government, had achieved rapid development by grasping key tasks and the direction of artificial intelligence. The ground breaking ceremony marks a new impetus for the development of the laboratory. It will improve the infrastructure of the lab, which is necessary for building towards a world leading laboratory. 

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Since its establishment last year, PCL has set up five research centers and eleven academician labs, bringing together eighteen academicians and almost 1,000 research staff. It has launched several major scientific research projects and housed three large scale scientific facilities. PCL’s rapid development embodies the so-called "Shenzhen speed" in technological innovation. It will continue to target the frontier of international science and technology, and closely follow the development direction of the Greater Bay Area. With the forward-looking basic research as its research focus, PCL will continuously enhance its original innovation capability. 


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