Fang Lu: Winner of China Youth Science, Technology Award
Fang Lu from Quzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, wins the 17th China Youth Science and Technology Award. [Photo/qz123.com]
Fang Lu from Zhejiang province's Quzhou won the 17th China Youth Science and Technology Award during the World Young Scientist Summit 2022 held in Wenzhou recently.
Fang Lu, born in 1986, is currently an associate professor at the Department of Electronics at Tsinghua University. She is mainly engaged in theoretical and technological research related to intelligent optical field imaging.
Fang's most well-known works were published in Nature and a series of sub journals such as Nature Photonics, Nature Methods, and IEEE TPAMI. She was authorized for 62 invention patents at home and abroad and served as the editorial board member of international journals such as OPTIMA and IEEE TIP.
In October 2021, Fang, along with nine other young scientists with an average age of under 35, won the 4th Damo Academy Young Fellow award and was awarded a total of 10 million yuan ($1.39 million).
The China Youth Science and Technology Award, established in 1987, is held every two years, and up to 100 people are honored at each session. Over the past 30 years, about 1,500 young scientists have won the awards.