A delegation from Harbin Institute of Technology was welcomed at Centrale Supélec by representatives of Université Paris-Saclay, CentraleSupélec, Polytech Paris-Sud and Université Paris-Sud.
On 4 December 2017, a delegation from Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), represented by its vice-president, XU Dianguo, the deputy director of teaching affairs, DING Gang, the deputy director of international relations, LIU Xunyi, and Prof. HAN Lei from the Faculty of Energy Science Engineering, was welcomed by the director of international relations atUniversité Paris-Saclay (UPSaclay), Guillaume Garreta, with Martine Husson, deputy director of international relations, Marc Zolver, director of international relations at CentraleSupélec, with Catherine Martineau-Huynh, deputy director of international relations, and several department representatives, as well as Saïd Zouhdi, head of international relations at Polytech Paris-Sud, Catherine Dreux, international correspondent at Université Paris-Sud, and Rachel Meallet-Renault, Chemistry programme director.
Harbin Institute of Technology
Created in 1920, Harbin Institute of Technology, renowned in aerospace engineering, ranks 1st in the ARWU 2016 ranking for Instruments Science & Technology, and 3rd in Materials Science and Engineering, and 8th in Automation and Control. Member of the C9 League, HIT is among the first 10 most prestigious higher education institutes of China.
Developing student exchanges in engineering
Already in contact with CentraleSupélec, the meeting with HIT representatives was the opportunity to fine tune common thematic priorities of interest in science and engineering, and to explore perspectives for students exchanges, summer schools, and double-degrees both at the Master’s and doctoral levels. Partners will be able to rely on the Idex Paris-Saclay scholarship programmes as well as that of the China Scholarship Council. Close to 50% of PhD Chinese students at UPSaclay have benefitted from a CSC scholarship.
From left to right, Guillaume Garreta, Director of international relations at Université Paris-Saclay, XU Dianguo, Vice-President of Harbin Institute of Technology, and Marc Zolver, Director of international relations at CentraleSupélec