同济大学极地与海洋国际问题研究中心于2009年9月成立(初期名称为“同济大学极地研究中心”)。中心是国内高等院校中最早成立的对北极地区和南极地区国际政治、法律、安全、社会、环境、经济以及中国极地战略和政策等进行综合性和专题性研究的学术机构。
       同济大学极地与海洋国际问题研究中心依托同济大学政治与国际关系学院,凝聚极地研究资源,构建研究团队,提升与国内外相关机构的科研交流与合作。同时,极地研究中心还以同济大学-联合国环境规划署环境与可持续发展学院、同济大学海洋与地球科学学院、中德学院、中法学院、中意学院、中芬中心、中西学院、环境科学与工程学院、同济大学建筑与城市规划学院、同济大学土木工程学院、法学院、经济与管理学院、外国语学院等平台为支撑力量,充分利用同济大学在海洋科学研究、环境科学等理工科方面的学科优势,实现文理工相结合的跨学科研究。

 

研究方向    
    -- 国际极地组织
    -- 极地政治与安全
    -- 极地国别政策
    -- 极地环境、资源与社会
    -- 极地海洋管理制度
    -- 海洋安全与战略

 

研究人员  

       同济大学极地与海洋国际问题研究中心的学术队伍由8名专职和20多名兼职研究人员组成,中国前驻冰岛大使苏格教授担任中心顾问。研究人员的专业领域涵盖国际问题研究、政治学、历史学、法学、社会学、人类学、经济学、语言学、环境科学、海洋与地球科学、建筑学、工程学等,有助于在科研工作中实现社会科学与自然科学相结合。专职研究人员主要来自同济大学政治与国际关系学院和相关平台学院,其中包括3名教授(研究员)。95%以上研究人员拥有博士学位。中心研究人员的外语涵盖了英语、俄语、芬兰语、德语、法语、日语等,有助于对外交流和翻译相关国家关于极地研究与极地政策的文件。兼职人员分别来自中国外交部、中国社会科学院、中国国防大学、复旦大学、中国海洋大学、国家海洋局极地考察办公室、中国极地研究中心、上海国际问题研究院,以及上述同济大学的各个学院。另有来自美国、法国、德国、加拿大、比利时、芬兰、挪威、新西兰等国的兼职研究人员。

 

中心架构:理事会、学术委员会、负责人、研究人员、出版物

 

理事会主席:周祖翼

学术委员会主任汪品先

负责人

主任夏立平

副主任王传兴潘敏王峰

研究人员夏立平王传兴潘敏王峰钟振明苏平宋黎磊王丽琴

    

出版物:《极地国际问题研究通讯》(季刊)电子期刊

 

 

Center for Polar and Oceanic Studies, Tongji University

 

       Center for Polar and Oceanic Studies (hereafter, CPOS, with Polar Research Center as its initial name when established), Tongji University, established in 2009, is the first such academic institution in China’s colleges and universities with the comprehensive studies on the Arctic and Antarctic politics, law, security, society, environment, economy, and China’s polar strategy and polar policy.  

       CPOS is to best achieve the target of accumulating polar research resources, building research team, and promoting academic exchanges and cooperation with polar research institutions at home and abroad. The center is to develop itself by way of getting support from Tongji School of Political Science and International Relations, as well as support from other Tongji schools and colleges, including UNEP-Tongji Institute of Environment for Sustainable Development, School of Ocean and Earth Science, Chinese-German School, Chinese-French School, Chinese-Italian School, Chinese-Finnish Center, Chinese-Spanish School, College of Environmental Science and Engineering, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, College of Civil Engineering, Law School, School of Economics and Management, College of Foreign Languages. CPOS also targets on the interdisciplinary studies based on the combination of humanities and social sciences with engineering and sciences by taking Tongji’s advantages in the oceanic and environmental sciences. CPOS is dedicated to five issue area studies: 1) Polar International Organization Studies; 2) Polar Political and Security Studies; 3) Polar Policy Studies; 4) Polar Environmental, Resources and Social Studies; and 5) Polar and Oceanic Management Institution Studies. 

       Faculty There are 8 full-time and over 20 part-time research fellows affiliated with CPOS, and their areas of specialization range from international studies, political science, history, law, sociology, anthropology, economics, linguistics, environmental science, ocean and earth science, architecture to engineering. China’s ambassador to Iceland Su Ge is the adviser to the center. Most of the full-time research fellows, of whom three are professors (researchers), are affiliated with Tongji School of Political Science and International Relations and the above-mentioned Tongji colleges and schools, and over 95 percent of them are fellows with the PHD. The full-time fellows possess their individual language expertise at English, Russian, Finnish, German, French, or Japanese, which is a convenience for the center to conduct international academic exchanges and to carry out the translation of the polar policy documents of different countries into Chinese. CPOS part-time research fellows are either Chinese scholars from China Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China Social Science Academy, China National Defense University, Fudan University, Ocean University of China, Chinese Arctic and Antarctic Administration under China State Oceanic Administration, China Polar Research Center, Shanghai Institute of International Studies, Tongji College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji Law School, or international scholars from the United States, France, Germany, Canada, Belgium, Finland, Norway, and New Zealand.    

       Projects, Publications and Student Training Since CPOS was established in 2009, the faculty members have had four research projects completed/in operation, including the Study of China’s Security Environment in the Context of the Arctic Environmental Changes (2011-2015) funded by China State Oceanic Administration, the Impact of the Arctic Environmental Changes on China’s National Security (2010) jointly funded by Chinese Arctic and Antarctic Administration under China State Oceanic Administration and China Polar Research Center, Antarctic in International Politics: the Study of Great Powers’ Antarctic Policies (2009) funded by National Social Science Foundation of China, and China’s National Interest in the Context of the Arctic Environmental Changes (2010) funded by China Ministry of Education’s Social Science Foundation. The fellows have published thirteen polar research papers on academic journals at home and abroad, of which eight papers are published on CSSCI journals, five papers are published in English, two papers and four papers are awarded with the second and third prize respectively in the Polar Research Paper Program of China State Oceanic Administration. There is one published polar research book and one published book translated into Chinese, respectively. Besides, there have been six CPOS master degree graduates and one CPOS doctoral degree graduate.

       International Exchanges Cooperation and Scientific Investigation CPOS faculty members are active in participating in the polar seminars/symposiums hold at home and abroad, where they have chances to read their papers. CPOS has also hosted several international polar research seminars/symposiums. CPOS faculty members and students have conducted thirteen-person/time scientific investigations in the Antarctic and Arctic.   

 

    Structure: Advisory Board, Academic Committee, Faculty

 

    Chairman of Advisory Board: Zhou Zuyi

 

    Director of Academic Committee: 

    Wang Pinxian

    Xia Liping, Director

    Wang Chuanxing, Deputy Director

    Pan Min, Deputy Director

    Wang Feng, Deputy Director

 

    Faculty: Xia Liping, Wang Chuanxing, Pan Min, Wang Feng, Su Ping, Song LileiZhong Zhenming

 

    Periodical: Bulletin of International Studies on the Polar Regions (Quarterly, electronic)

 

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