The Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry (XTIPC) was founded in June 2002 on the basis of the former Xinjiang Institute of Physics and the former Xinjiang Institute of Chemistry.
XTIPC focuses on the research of interdisciplinary fields in physics, chemistry and engineering technology. The research fields including: Opto-electronic Functional Material, Temperature-sensitive Materials and Devices, Solid State Radiation Physics, Plant Resources Chemistry, Multilingual Information Technology, and Environmental Science and Technology.
Up to date, XTIPC has over 400 staffs and over 300 postgraduate students. Around 89% of the staff is devoted themselves in the scientific and technological research. There are 50 professors and 67 associated professors among the staff.
XTIPC has set up 1 National Joint Laboratory for China – Uzbekistan New Drug Development supported by the Belt and Road Initiative, 1 overseas institution of CAS, 2 CAS key laboratories, 1 State Key Laboratory Cultivation Base, 4 Xinjiang key laboratories, 4 engineering centers, and several technology supporting centers.
There are 4 Xinjiang academic societies affiliated to XTIPC, including Xinjiang Physics Society, Xinjiang Chemistry Society, Xinjiang Physiological Science Society and Xinjiang Nuclear Society.