role in the 21st International Conference on Semiconductor Physics in Beijing in 1991, one of the most important international conferences in physics. She continues to provide full support to her numerous students and colleagues, both in China and abroad, for their scientific achievements and their career advancement. As a woman scientist, she is also very concerned about the status of the education of women. Xide's achievements in scientific research, education, and public service highlight her remarkable career. Her passion and the strength she summons to meet all challenges have made her an outstanding role model for women in this new era.
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Wang Zhen-Fan. "Woman Physicist--Xie Xide." China Historical Materials of Science and Technology 14, no. 3 ( 1993).
YIMIN WANG ZIMMERER and SHANG-FEN REN
|Birth||September 15, 1952|
|1974||B.A. (with honors), astronomy, Harvard University|
|1975-90||Married Michael Young|
|1977||M.S., physics, University of Minnesota|
|1979||Ph.D., physics, University of Minnesota|
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of|
|1982-83||Annie J. Cannon Prize, American Astronomical Society|