JI Assistant Professor Hua Bao and his team ’s research results on 2-dimensional material thermal conductivity have been published recently by both Physical Review B and Applied Physics Letter.
JI Associate Professor David Hung has been selected by the United Kingdom’s Royal Academy of Engineering to receive a 2014-2015 Distinguished Visiting Fellowship.
JI Associate Professor, Morteza Eslamian, has won the title of Oriental Scholar,namely 2014 Distinguished Professor in Shanghai Universities.
Professor Chengbin Ma’s Dynamic System Control Research Laboratory came to the fore among many other well-established teams,and eventually was awarded as one of SJTU’s Leo KoGuan Top Ten research teams in 2014.
At the forum, many alumni showed great interest in establishing a formal JI Alumni Association. They suggested setting up branches based on regions and professions. They planned to organize activities to connect the alumni and provide information for late comers.
On November 8th, JI welcomed a group of special visitors who are closely connected with the UM-SJTU Joint Institute. More than 20 alumni of the University of Michigan, ranging from Class 1986 to 2014, were excited to come ‘home’ and enjoyed talking with the faculty...
“He designs his course according to students’ different levels. He emphasizes their critical thinking and self-challenge capabilities. He applies advanced teaching ideas and ensures that students learn effectively.”
Prof. Jun Zhang’s recent paper titled “Quantum Hamiltonian identiﬁcation from measurement time traces”coauthored with Dr.Sarovar,has been published by Physical Review Letters.
Prof. Chen’s proposal is titled “All-optical integrated optical- and acoustic-resolution photoacoustic microscopy.”
JI Assistant Professor Kai Xu has been awarded by the 2014 Shanghai Rising-Star, a talent program sponsored by Shanghai Science and Technology Committee, he is the first JI faculty member to win this honor.
On April 12, SJTU’s 118th anniversary as well as JI’s 8th anniversary, JI’s Institute Advancement Office organized a series of alumni activities to commemorate the birthdays and the ground breaking of the new JI building.
JI’s Associate Professor David Hung has been elected as a SAE Fellow. Among the 22 newly elected SAE Fellows in 2013, Professor Hung was the only one selected from any universities or institutions in China.