Gu Guanqun, male, Han nationality, is a native of Changzhou, Zhejiang Province. He was born in 1940 and graduated from the Nanjing Institute of Technology, now known as Southeast University, in 1962.
As one of the earliest scientists in China's computer network research and teaching field, Gu Guanqun compiled the book, Computer Network, in 1980, which was the first teaching book of the computer network in China. He took the lead in China's development of the communication controller "X.25" in 1988, which broke the monopoly by overseas distributors and the Chinese dependence on importation.
Professor Gu has made several contributions in terms of computer systems, computer networks, open network technology and network engineering and CIMS. Professor Gu is a member of CRN's General Team and is one of the experts in the construction of China's trial Education and Science Research Network. He participated in the setup of CRN and CERNET and presided over the development of China's first city domain OSI network and the first domestic EDI system. He was a member of the 1st, 2nd and 4th expert teams for the CIMS subject in the high-tech automation field of the national "863" Project and a member of the 3rd Automation Expert Committee. Gu was the primary participant in the development of the first transistor integrator in 1965.
Professor Gu has published 5 books and over 80 academic dissertations and has been granted the titles of "National Young and Mid-aged Expert with Outstanding Achievements", the "Advanced Scientific and Technical Worker of the National Institutions of Higher Learning" and the "Model Worker of the National Education System". Gu has won 2 national science conference awards, 4 National Science and Technology Advancement Awards, 12 first-class Ministerial and Provincial Science and Technology Advancement Awards