On June 1, YU Zhaoqing, chairman of the supervisory board of the China First Heavy Industries, and a group of three people visited HEU to conduct investigation. Assistant to president, YAN Rujian and the heads of related units met the guests in the Party and Government Conference Room on the eighth floor of the main building. The two sides exchanged their views on cooperation between schools and enterprises in the fields of personnel training and transformation of scientific and technological achievements.
YAN Rujian welcomed the visit of the China First Heavy Industries and gave a brief introduction of the history of HEU and its scientific research and the layout. He said he looked forward to the overall promotion of cooperation with the China First Heavy Industries, and hoped that the two sides would strengthen demand docking, by jointly conducting scientific research. Hence, jointly promoting the transformation of scientific and technological achievements to the ground. It is hoped that both sides would speed up the cooperation of advanced personnel training, and actively introduce the adjunct professors of enterprises and jointly carry out the professional degree graduate training.
YU Zhaoqing briefly introduced the historical evolution of the China First Heavy Industries, the achievements since the 13th Five-Year Plan and the future development layout. He said that the China First Heavy Industries is closely related to Harbin Engineering University and hopes to strengthen cooperation in the fields of intelligent equipment, intelligent manufacturing and new materials. It is hoped that the China First Heavy Industries would rely on HEU’s talent advantages and scientific research advantages to strengthen the deep integration of industry, research and development and the application of scientific and technological achievements. Thus, making greater contributions in the national strategy and Longjiang’s economic and social development.
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