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He has made major achievements for the development and application of key technologies and major equipment with high smoothness and stability in high-speed railway.
He has also made major achievements in the theory and technology of GTC(Ground Transportation Center), as well as the construction of China's high-speed railway technical standard system.
He has been responsible for the investigation, design, operation test and system integration of the main high-speed railway, railway mainline and railway junction in China.
Jun Zhang is an Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the President of Beijing Institute of Technology, as well as the Vice Chairman of the Chinese Institute of Electronics. Zhang’s major research interests are integrated space-air-ground network, aeronautical navigation and surveillance, as well as air traffic management.
In recent years, he has been the leading principle investigator for more than 20 national projects, funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China Innovation Research Group Project, the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program), the National High-tech Research & Development Program of China (863 Program), as well as the Development of Major Scientific Instruments and Equipment of the State.
He is the Founding President of Chinese Overseas Transportation Association (COTA) from 1996 to 1998. Binyam REJA, Practice Manager for Transport Global Practice, World Bank Dr. in Economics from the University of California, Irvine, and attended the Executive Education program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
Binyam Reja is the Practice Manager for Transport Global Practice based at the World Bank Office in Beijing, China. Reja oversees the Bank’s transport lending program totaling US billion for China, Mongolia, and Central Asia covering all sub-sectors, including urban transport, BRT, metros, highways, railways, intermodal freight transportation and logistics. Reja leads a team of technical professionals and analyst based in Washington, Beijing, Singapore, and the various Country Offices in Central Asia in the delivery of a large and diversified lending portfolio, an active knowledge exchange program, and technical assistance program to client government agencies. Reja was based in the World Bank Headquarters Office in Washington where he managed projects and technical assistance program in various client countries in South Asia and Africa.