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A Delegation from University of Stavanger in Norway Visited HEU

From August 6th till the 8th, a delegation from University of Stavanger (UiS) in Norway led by Vice President Dag Husebø and joined by Anne Cathrin Østebø, CEO of Technology Transformation and Commercial Promotion Center in UiS, Muk Chen Ong, academician of the Norwegian Academy of Technology, and other two members, visited HEU. Zhang Zhijian, Vice President of HEU, met with the delegation.

 

Zhang Zhijian summarized the history, discipline features and advantaged research areas of HEU. He also expressed the will of developing further cooperation with foreign universities and institutions in order to promote the progression of Deep-sea Engineering and Hi-tech Ship Collaborative Innovation Center through the brand-new international cooperative and exchange platform of ICNAME (Innovation and Cooperation on Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering), and to launch the new march of deepening cooperation in all aspects, mutually leading the progression and development of science and technology in ship and marine engineering.  

 

Dag Husebø introduced the basic situation of UiS in teaching and research, voicing the expectation of further developing the cooperation of education and research in the relevant disciplines of the field of marine engineering.

 

Representatives from HEU and UiS signed on the cross-licensing agreement for a new type patent of deep-sea fishing ground, focusing on launching deep cooperation in the technology development and industrialization of deep-sea fishing ground.

 

The delegation was invited to visit the relevant labs, the Hajungong Museum, the Ocean Cultural Museum and the Ship Museum during their stay in HEU.

 

Relevant heads or chiefs from the College of Ship Engineering, the International Office, the Science and Technology Research Institute, and  the Assets Operation and management Company were present at the meeting. 

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