Face Recognition Engine, multi-functional water cooling machine, rich video interaction system are among the 76 projects showcased at the 2015 summer Design Expo.
Bosch (China) Investment Co., Ltd. has been collaborating with the JI faculty in research and has also provided scholarships for excellent JI students.
The Joint Institute’s 2015 Graduate Student Summer Camp was held at SJTU Minhang Campus on July 16. After stringent screening, 87 outstanding students from China’s top high schools were invited to attend the 2-day exciting activities including face-to-face with the faculty and visiting JI’s labs.
On the occasion of attending the JI board meeting on July 10th, UM President Mark Schlissel, leading a delegation, visited the SJTU and exchanged about the collaboration between the two universities.
Led by Henry Tang, the Shanghai Tang Jun Yuan Education Foundation has donated the Tang Jun Yuan JI Scholarship to help JI students in dual-degree and SGUS programs.
This further collaboration between JI and UM will combine the teaching, academic, and research advantages of each university to develop an interdisciplinary, international, and innovative leader training model.
In his speech at a top high school in Guangdong, Honorary Dean Jun Ni explored how China should adapt to the new manufacturing trend and cultivate innovative engineering talents in preparation for “Made in China 2025.”
“The Joint Institute is the pioneer in recruiting. The number of international students coming to China has increased dramatically.” – Yu Zhang, JI International recruitment coordinator
The “Yu Liming Endowed Scholarship Fund” is a permanent fund for SJTU. A percentage of the annual profit will be earmarked as scholarships for JI’s outstanding students, so that more students can fulfill their dreams and become China’s future leaders.
JI’s Development Advisory Board is an effective and innovative attempt based on advanced concepts and experiences of American Universities. It is JI’s “think tank” to support JI’s long-term development.
After thorough market survey and analysis by both the UM-SJTU Joint Institute and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, the Ross Master of Management – Shanghai Cohort has kicked off and is accepting new students for fall 2015.
During the Daily Planet program of the Discovery Channel Canada aired on February 18, a robotic hand dexterously rotating two meditation balls caught a lot of viewers’ attention.