On July 27, 15 University of Michigan- Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute (UM-SJTU JI) students went to Intel to present their corporate-sponsored projects, the ninth time over the years. The three projects were: (1) Application control of OpenCL-based...
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.
The winner list of the 2015 Shanghai Jiao Tong University Teaching Awards has been announced. Among the 115 entries from 29 schools (departments), the University of Michigan- SJTU Joint Institute (UM-SJTU JI) faculty team featuring “Innovative Education with Corporate...
Born in 1988, Haozhou caught the first train to JI as the Joint Institute was established in 2006, tooting the 2+2 program, upon his graduating from high school. Following his heart, Haozhou chose JI without hesitation and thereby started his life journey.
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.
The 17th JI board meeting was held at SJTU and the UM simultaneously via teleconference on July 10th.
The first award ceremony of the Muriel & Jackson Lum Scholarship was held at University of Michigan- Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute’s (UM-SJTU JI) Yu Liming Student Activity Center on July 8. Mr. and Mrs. Lum were present to give the awards. The...
University of Michigan- Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute (UM-SJTU JI) Assistant Professor Yong Long’s joint proposal with UM Professor Jeffrey A. Fessler titled “Ultra-Low Dose CT Image Reconstruction Based on Big Data Priors” has won a two-year funding...
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.
Sam & Daisy Wu Scholarship Fund
JI project wins support from China’s National High Technology Research and Development Program (863 Program)
The project led by Assistant Professor Jigang Wu, in collaboration with Professors. Tian Yang and Sung-Liang Chen, is a young-scientist winner in the biomedical field.
Passing the competitive selection process of both SJTU and Shanghai Government Education Committee, Chengzhi Shi, ME master student, and Xiaolong He, ECE master student, both of JI’s 2010 Class of Graduate Students (first of JI), turned out to be the winners of this honor.