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Ding Yulong, the First Senior Professor at the University of Birmingham, UK, Visited HEBUST

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On the afternoon of September 16, Professor Ding Yulong, the first J.Chamberlain (Senior) lecture professor of the University of Birmingham, the Royal College of Engineering---Chief Professor of Highview and Zhang Jianwu, Deputy General Manager of Shijiazhuang Vehicles Co., Ltd., China Motor Co., and other retinues visited our university.

               During the meeting, our manager of the international cooperation department introduced the intellectual work and international scientific research cooperation of our university. Ding Yulong introduced the general situation of the University of Birmingham, his research field and the transformation and application of his research results. Zhang Jianwu introduced the situation of Shijiazhuang vehicle Co., Ltd., China Motor Co. The heads and teacher representatives of the College of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Engineering, the School of Architectural Engineering and the School of Mechanical Engineering introduced the development of related disciplines and international scientific research cooperation. The participants hope that through this exchange, it can build a platform for scientific research and academic exchanges cooperation between our university and Ding Yulong and Shijiazhuang vehicle Co., Ltd.

Related directors and teacher representatives from the international cooperation department, chemical and pharmaceutical engineering school, architectural engineering school, mechanical engineering school attended the meeting.

Attached: brief introduction of Professor Ding Yulong

Professor Ding Yulong is a famous expert in the field of international energy and engineering science, a registered engineer and a professor at the University of Birmingham, who is now the first J.Chamberlain (Senior) lecture professor of the University of Birmingham, the Royal College of Engineering---Chief Professor of Highview, the first Director of the Birmingham Energy Storage Research Center, the Co-Director of the Joint Research and Education Centre on Energy and the Environment of the University of Birmingham and Beijing University of Science and Technology, the Co-Director of the Joint Laboratory of the University of Birmingham and the National Grid Global Energy Network European Research Institute. In 2009, he was selected as the second group of countries with "Thousand Talents Program ".