Since the International Symposium on Space Gravitational Wave Detection held by the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in May 2017, the working group of the "Taiji Project" of the Chinese Academy of Sciences jointly initiated and established the "Taiji Union" with scientific research institutions and universities involved in Space Gravitational Wave Detection nationwide, it conducted extensive and in-depth exchanges and discussions on cutting-edge science and technology of gravitational wave detection, detection programs and international cooperation, and played a positive role in strengthening the coordinated development of member units and expanding the impact of the grand pole program. The successful launch of Taiji-01 on August 31, 2019 and the recent successful completion of the first stage of in-orbit tests marked a solid step forward in China's space gravitational wave detection.


In order to further unite the national scientific researchers and authors who are committed to the theory and experimental research of space gravitational wave, further organize forces to solve the key problems of the technology, improve the strength of independent research and development, and further strengthen the exchanges and cooperation among the member units of the alliance,  the Space Gravitational Wave Detection Taiji Consortium 2019 Annual Meeting is scheduled to be held in Beijing on November 24, 2019 after consultation by the alliance committee.


This annual meeting is planned to focus on gravitational wave physics and gravitational wave detection technology. Participants are requested to register and prepare the presentation report, which will take 10-15 minutes, and prepare the poster for display. Please send the poster to