The memorandum of understanding stipulates that the scope of the collaborative projects includes but not limited to health prognostics and management of mechanical components, health prognostics and diagnostics of energy storage systems, and physics-of-failure modeling. Based on the MOU, both parties hope to develop mutually beneficial long-term collaboration and exchange.
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.
Recently, JI was mentioned by New York Times as a successful model of the US’s international education endeavor.
Within the next five years, the two sides will cooperate in launching a number of scientific and technological projects in materials science, manufacturing technology, and component technology.
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.
JI students not only excel academically but also are well rounded with extracurricular activities. The team members are confident that they will continue to make progress with hard work.
A wide variety of innovative projects, such as adjustable high-heels, barrier-free 3-D display, and finger-print recognizing printer, dazzle the visitors.
On the eve of Year 2015, the UM-SJTU Joint Institute wishes you and your loved ones a joyous holiday season and peace, happiness, and luck for 2015.
Dr. Christopher Cooley and Prof. Robert Parker from the UM-SJTU Joint Institute have recently received the 2014 Doak Prize from the Journal of Sound and Vibration for their paper titled “Unusual gyroscopic system eigenvalue behavior in high-speed planetary gears”.
Infinite creativity, frontier technology, and strong corporate sponsorship abound at Design Expo, JI’s flagship showcase of students’ critical thinking, team work, communication skills, and hands-on capabilities.
“It is amazing how much the students can achieve in 2 months’time. Their prototypes are very close to our target and will be put into production. Our cooperation with the Joint Institute has been very successful and we look forward to more collaboration in the future.”
At conclusion of the meeting, Dean Huang emphasized that JI advocates Open Door Policy and the town hall meeting is a channel for students to knock at the door, give suggestion, and help JI improve.