Prof. Qian has over 30 years experience in the computing industry
and has been responsible for many of the major technology projects in China.
He has made important contribution in bringing the Internet to China since
1989 and finished the first Internet full function connection for China in
1994. In the same year, he finished the construction and operation of Top
Level Domain of China. He involved in many APNIC activities in early days of
APNIC, including co-organizing APNIC seminars and meetings in Beijing since
He was the person applying the first class B IP address for the first large
Internet project NCFC in China. He was responsible for designing and
manufacturing the earliest PC-FAX system (Data/Fax/Voice hardware and
software system) in China 1986 and developed the first X.25 network in China
1984. He currently serves as deputy director at CNNIC Steering Committee,
chair of APTLD, chair of CDNC, and deputy director at the Computer Network
Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Previously he served as
head of the networking division at the Institute of Computing Technology,
Chinese Academy of Sciences, which is the cradle of computing technology in
China. And he also served as deputy chief engineer at the Legend Group
Corporation, which is the largest Computer Company in China.
He is a distinguished professor and currently serves as guest professor at
People's University of China. He is supervising master degree and doctoral
students and published more than 60 papers and books. He has also been a
visiting scholar at Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States.