- Category: News and Events
- Published on 18 November 2016
On November 7th, Professor Stephen Lo, Vice Dean for international affairs of School of Engineering at University of Strathclyde, came to Northeast Electric Power University (NEEPU) with his visiting delegation. NEEPU President Cai Guowei met the guests at Academic Center. The heads of International Office and the schools concerned attended the meeting.
At the meeting, President Cai extended a warm welcome to Professor Stephen Lo for the visit to Northeast Electric Power Univeristy. He expressed his gratitude towards the support Professor Stephen Lo has persistently given to NEEPU and appreciated significant progress in educational collaboration between the universities. He said that NEEPU had been making great efforts to promote its development of education internationalization and would push for in-depth exchange and cooperation in the fields of civil engineering, thermal energy and power engineering, economics and management. He hoped that new progress will be made in mutual cooperation on graduate education and construction of international joint laboratories.
Professor Stephen Lo hoped that his visit will further strengthen cooperative educational program on Electrical Engineering and Its Automation and develop new cooperative programs in the field of civil engineering, thermal energy and power engineering. He said that a solid foundation has been built between two universities for over ten years, the cooperative programs has developed smoothly and mutual cooperation and exchange has enjoyed smooth and stability. He spoke very highly of NEEPU students and scholars who are studying at the University of Strathclyde, and hoped that more students and teachers can further their study in the U.K.
After the talk, School of Electrical Engineering, School of Thermal Energy and Power Engineering, School of Civil Engineering and School of Economics and management held separate work meetings with the delegation members, and they further discussed related issues about the cooperative programs. After the meetings, Professor Stephen Lo and his colleagues separately gave presentations about study at the Strathclyde.
(The other members of the delegation are Professor Ian Wooton, head of Department of Economics of Strathclyde Business School; Alexander Galloway, Professor of Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering; Rebecca Lunn, Professor of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Dr. David Harle, Senior Lecturer of Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and Dr. Yang Shangtong, Lecturer of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)