Wu Xiaoguang is an alternate member of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, deputy general manager and member of the party group of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation. He was born in July 1960, joined the Communist Party of China in December 1986, was a delegate to the Party’s 18th and 19th National Congress, deputy secretary of the Party Committee and director of the 7th Institute of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation, a national key. The chief designer of the project has won honors such as the national advanced workers, the National May 1st Labor Medal, and the National Science and Technology Progress Award.
Wu Xiaoguang, director of the 701 Institute of China Shipbuilding Heavy Industry, which is responsible for the design of ships, including domestic aircraft carriers, transferred to the China Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Party. Member of the CSSC team.
Wu Xiaoguang entered the 701th Institute after graduating from the ship design and manufacturing department of Huazhong Institute of Technology in July 1982. He has served as the assistant engineer, one-room engineer, one-room general manager and one deputy director of the 701th Institute. Director of the first room, deputy director and director of the 701th Institute.
He has participated in and presided over the development of naval equipment such as digital speedboats, frigates and destroyers, and made significant contributions to China's national defense construction. Since taking up his position as a director, he has innovated his development ideas and upgraded his development model, which has enabled the scientific research capabilities and economic strength of the 701 to continue to rise.
- 1978.09-1982.07 Huazhong Institute of Technology ship design and manufacturing (undergraduate) students;
- 1999.09-2003.07 Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Transportation Engineering, On-the-job Learning (Master of Engineering);
- 2005.09-2008.06 Huazhong University of Science and Technology, ship and marine structure design and manufacturing professional on-the-job learning (PhD).
Wu Xiaoguang's resume:
- 1982.08-1987.11 One-room assistant engineer of the Seventh One Institute;
- 1987.11-1992.02, a laboratory engineer at the 7th Institute;
- 1992.02-1993.11 Deputy Chief of the Division of the First Division of the 701th Institute;
- 1993.11-1996.03 Deputy Director, Room I, Institute of Seventy-one
- 1996.03-1999.12 Director of the first unit of the 701th Institute;
- 1999.12-2002.07 Deputy Director of the 7th Institute;
- 2002.07-2003.08 Deputy Director and Party Committee Member of the 7th Research Institute;
- 2003.08-2004.03 Deputy Director of the 7th Research Institute (presiding daily work), member of the party committee;
- 2004.03-2016.10 Director of the 7th Research Institute and member of the Party Committee;
- 2016.10-2018.9 The director of the 7th Institute and the deputy secretary of the party committee.
- 2018.9-present member of the party group of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation
Representative of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and Alternate Member of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. In October 2017, Wu Xiaoguang, then director of the 701 Institute of China Shipbuilding Heavy Industry, was elected as an alternate member of the 19th Central Committee.
CSIC's 701th Institute is located in Wuhan and is known as the cradle of warships. The Chinese Navy's aircraft carriers, destroyers, frigates and conventional power submarines are all derived from the design of this institute. Wu Xiaoguang, who became the director of the 701th Institute in 2004, was the deputy chief designer of the National Aircraft Carrier Engineering of the Institute and participated in the design and construction of China's first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning.
During Wu Xiaoguang's tenure as director, 701 was successively evaluated as the best civilized units in Hubei Province in 2005 and 2007 respectively. In 2005 and 2008, they won the honor of “National Civilized Unit” twice. At the same time, 701 actively took social responsibility and donated 1.4 million yuan to the earthquake- stricken areas in Sichuan in 2008. Since 2009, his team has won the National Science and Technology Progress Award, the first prize and the second prize, and won the National Science and Technology Progress Awards for the fourth consecutive year.
Since Wu Xiaoguang was appointed as the director, in the face of the heavy tasks of undertaking a number of national key projects, he and the 701 scientific and technological personnel have adhered to the spirit of “Dare to be difficult, to be a major event, to work hard and to win”. The design concept of “design and quality first” successively researched and designed multi-type warships, and successfully delivered satisfactory answers to the party and the people.
The five batches of warships that the Chinese Navy sent to Somalia for escort were all designed in 701, greatly expanding the popularity of the "701 design." On April 23, 2009, all missile destroyers, missile frigates and conventional power submarines that participated in the review of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People's Navy on the sea parade were all designed in 701. The inspection ship "Shijiazhuang", which President Hu Jintao took, is a new type of guided missile destroyer that has embodies Wu Xiaoguang and the 701 technicians for many years.
In terms of scientific research and production, through the research and design exercise of many engineering projects, the scientific research level of 710 has achieved a comprehensive leap, and has achieved a series of new achievements, forming a first-class equipment research capability, and exploring and summarizing a set of itself. The characteristic management mode of complex engineering has created a talented team with optimized structure, excellent technology and hard work.
Under the leadership of Wu Xiaoguang, 701 has successively won the honorary titles of “Major Contribution Award”, “National Civilized Unit” and “National May 1st Labor Award” jointly awarded by the CPC Central Committee, the State Council and the Central Military Commission. At the National Science and Technology Awards Conference in 2010, the institute won the National Science and Technology Progress Award.
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