Vice President Li Shuangchen Visited Four Universities In Australia And New Zealand

Publishing time:2017-04-06    Viewer:

Li Shuangchen, the Vice President of North China Electric Power University, led a delegation to visit University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, Australian National University and Victoria University of Wellington during 12th to 19th March and received warm welcome from these universities as well as the Office of Educational Affairs of the Embassy of the P.R.China in Australia. This visit, as a response to the NCEPU's 13th Five-Year Plan which calls for further exchanges and cooperation with overseas high-level colleges and universities for better overseas recruitment and publicity, laid a solid foundation for dual culture and cooperation with colleges and universities in Australia and New Zealand. In addition, NCEPU's delegation successfully hold a recruitment meeting targeting the high-level talents during this visit.

During this visit, Vice President Li Shuangchen and the delegation had confabulated with University of New South Wales and signed the memorandum of cooperation. They also exchanged opinions on enhancing cooperation on scientific research and students exchanges with international cooperation department and related colleges of University of Sydney and Victoria University of Wellington. What’s more, the delegation met with Professor Dong Chaoyang, dean of the School of Electric and Information Engineering and Professor Li Yonghui, director of the wireless communication engineering laboratory from University of Sydney, Professor Huang Shujuan and Doctor Ouyang Zi, specialists of solar energy from University of New South Wales, Professor Liu Yun, director of the functional material research team of Chemical Research Institute from Australian National University, and Professor Zhang Mengjie, dean of the School of Engineering from Victoria University of Wellington. The delegation also visited their laboratories and discussed enhancing cooperation on scientific research with them.

The special job fair in Canberra earned supports from the Office of Educational Affairs of the Embassy of the P.R.China in Australia and the Chinese Society. Xu Xiao, a minister-counsellor of the Office of Educational Affairs addressed on the job fair. The fair attracted 18 senior scholars from the Australian National University, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization and other institutions and dozens of overseas students, bridging these applicants and the NCEPU.


                                                                                               [Translator:  Wang Rujia Proof-reader: Wu Jiaping]

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