In the 3rd International Conference on High-end Application of Raman Spectroscopy (RamanFest), JI EE Class 2010 Ph.D. student Jing Long won the second prize.
In the 5th edition of the contest, the students spent 48 hours during a busy period of their midterm exams in November 2014, analyzing open-ended real-world scenarios and writing up a formal solution paper.
JI graduate student Cheng Shao has been awarded the 2014 AMD Scholarship for High Performance Computing.
JI Ph.D. Student Hanyang Zhuang Received Outstanding Paper Award in 2014 ASME Fluids Engineering Division (ASME FED) Conference in Chicago.
“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.”
The 2014 SJTU Freshman Mechanical Innovation Competition sponsored by Liugong Group was held at the School of Mechanical Engineering on May 16. Among the 8 finalists, JI’s freshman class F1337201 won the second prize and class F1337202 won the fourth prize. The...
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.
This is the first time a Chinese university wins the award. “An excellent example of a successful, mature, and sustainable partnership,” remarked Daniel Obst, deputy vice-president of International Partnerships, IIE.
The winner list of the Shanghai Municipal 1000-Talent Program has just been announced. JI Associate Professor Andreas Mueller wins the award, as the fourth JI faculty member to receive this honor.
“Over 500 Chinese students have benefitted from the dual degree program… helping us develop the next generation of student leaders who will bring a global perspective to their professional work and understand the potential for Sino-US collaboration.” –Mary Sue Coleman, President of the University of Michigan.
“I view myself as an ambassador between China and the US in engineering education and scientific research.” –Dean Jun Ni
Dr. Horst Hohberger, JI’s popular mathematics lecturer, has won the award as one of “the Most Popular Teachers of SJTU” this year, among ten awardees that have been selected by SJTU students through electronic ballot.