JSUT President Meets with Guests from UK and Italy


  On April 13th, JSUT president Zhu Linsheng met with Tara Dean, vice president of University of Brighton, Marco Marengo, professor at University of Brighton, Carlo Massimo Casciola, professor at University of Rome,Volfango Bertola, professor at University of Liverpool and Alidad Amirfazli, director of department of mechanics at University of York at No.2 meeting room of Zhengde Building. Vice president Bei Shaoyi and leaders of Graduate Office and Teaching Affairs Office attended the meeting and had discussion with the guests. The meeting was held by Bei Shaoyi.

  Zhu Linsheng extended his warm welcome to the guests and briefed the basic information, schooling characteristics and achievements of JSUT. Zhu said JSUT formed its discipline characteristics in environmental engineering, mechanical manufacturing, automobile, material engineering and etc. and had advantages on vocational education training. Zhu pointed out that in recently years, JSUT put internationalization in an important role of strategic development and tried to absorb talents, stimulated schools and departments through various systems to establish platforms to update cooperative and exchange achievements. Zhu hoped that the meeting would serve to deepen communications and achieve pragmatic cooperation to update scientific&research capacity and talents cultivation of JSUT.

  Tara Dean, on behalf of University of Brighton, conveyed gratitude to JSUT for the warm reception, introduced the development history and recent situation of University of Brighton and wished to strengthen the education cooperation and academic exchange with universities in China and made progress in talent cultivation with JSUT. Carlo Massimo Casciola expressed interests in international jointly running school, welcomed JSUT students to University of Rome and hoped to cooperate with JSUT in academic research and education.

  Attendees had a comprehensive discussion and exchange on joint education program, talents exchange and cooperative cultivation.