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.
Tian Yang, an associate professor at the UM-SJTU Joint Institute,and his team are working on a new research project discovering new ways to make the screens more efficient at a reasonable cost.
JI faculty members, Assistant Professors Huan Qi, Wenjie Wan, Jigang Wu, and Associate Professor Qiang Zhang, have been awarded research funding by the 2012 Shanghai Pujiang Talent Program, which was co-founded by the Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality (STCSM) and Shanghai Human Resource Bureau to attract overseas talents to teach, do research, or start enterprises in Shanghai.
The first homecoming for JI alumni took place on August 10. Dean Jun Ni, Scott Yang, Academic Affairs Manager, Professors Mian Li, Lipo Wang, Jason Daida, and Qiang Zhang met with 50 JI alumni that have graduated since 2006.
In the first homecoming for JI alumni, Dean Jun Ni, Scott Yang, Academic Affairs Manager, Professors Mian Li, Lipo Wang, Jason Daida, and Qiang Zhang met with 50 JI alumni that have graduated since 2006.
The diverse functionality of crystalline materials found in nature has inspired the quest to develop man-made versions with building blocks ranging in size from atoms to bricks.