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Cooperation Agreement on Science and Technology and Innovation Talents Cultivation Is Signed between CQUPT and Inha University
Time: 2017-06-02   Click:103

CQUPT News (provided by Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges, and edited by Ao Yongchun) The Cooperation Conference on Science and Technology and Innovation Talents Cultivation between Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications and Inha University was held at Academic Lecture Hall in Shaw Building on May 27. President CHOE SOON JA of Inha University and her 12 colleagues attended the cooperation conference. Guo Xiaoping, General Accountant of Chongqing Municipal Education Commission, Vice Presidents Lin Jinchao and Chen Qianbin of CQUPT were present.

On behalf of CQUPT, Lin Jinchao showed in his speech a warm welcome to CHOE, SOON JA and her colleagues’ visit. He claims that Inha University is one of the earliest overseas partners of CQUPT. On the basis of achievements in teacher-student exchanges and scientific research cooperation since 1994, this exchange will further deepen the bilateral cooperation. Showing appreciation for host’s entertainment, CHOE, SOON JA argued that Inha University and CQUPT have a lot in common when it comes to disciplinary development. She hoped the two parties might continue to deepen cooperation on joint cultivation of students and joint scientific research.

The two parties signed an agreement on Joint Cultivation of Postgraduates and reached a consensus on joint cultivation of doctoral students at the conference.

Guo Xiaoping pointed out in her speech that Chongqing Municipal Education Commission had witnessed frequent educational exchanges and cooperation between Chongqing and South Korea, having shown great support for it. She hoped that CQUPT and Inha University would work to push the bilateral cooperation to a higher level, thus setting a model for China-South Korea educational cooperation in Chongqing.

During SOON JA and her colleagues’ visit, three seminars, respectively with themes of “New Material, Physics and Mechanical Engineering”, “Electronic Engineering” and “Computer Engineering”, were held between the two parties, in which professors, laboratory teams and postgraduates specialized in theses fields shared their new findings and discussed matters about cultivation of graduate students and cooperation on scientific research projects. On the afternoon of May 27, the two parties also negotiated about details of joint cultivation of postgraduates.

President Li Lin and Vice President Chen Qianbin met CHOE SOON JA and her colleagues on the afternoon of May 26. Li Lin showed that CQUPT is working to deepen educational and teaching reform and press ahead with “Double First-rate” initiative. Having realized that international educational cooperation is a major drive for our university’s future development, he expected that a deeper and closer cooperation between two parties may advance joint scientific research and talents cultivation.

CQUPT has conducted student-exchanging projects, teaching staff communication projects and joint scientific research projects with more than 70 universities in such countries and regions as America, England, South Korean, German, Russia and Canada. Inha University is one of the earliest overseas partners of CQUPT.

Cooperation Conference on Science and Technology and Innovation Talents Cultivation between CQUPT and Inha University was held. (Photo by Journalist Tong Zhenxi)

Vice President Lin Jinchaoof CQUPT and President CHOE SOON JA of Inha University signed a cooperation agreement. (Photo by  Journalist Zhou Jianpeng)

A group photo of members attending the Cooperation Conference on Science and Technology and Innovation Talents Cultivation (Photo by Journalist Tong Zhenxi)

President Li Lin , and Vice President Chen Qianbin, met CHOE, SOON JA and her colleagues. (Photo by Journalist Su Bolun)

A group photo of Preside Li Lin, Vice President Chen Qianbin and the delegation from Inha University (Photo by Journalist Su Bolun)