South China-Turin Joint Laboratory entering phase II with added input
March 21,2017 12:07:52 readCount:521
Guests from Italy were received by Vice President Zhu Min to discuss further cooperation
A delegation of Politecnico di Torino (PDT) visited SCUT on March 13 to discuss the second-phase issues of the South China-Turin Joint Laboratory.
Led by PDT former Vice President Enrico Macii, the Italian guests were received by SCUT Vice President Zhu Min, with principals of the International Office, School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering and School of Architecture attending the meeting.
After reviewing the previous collaboration and achievements made based on the platform created by the laboratory, Zhu Min recognizes the two universities’ partnership as an important strategic alliance.
They now look forward to continue their efforts to expand cooperation in student cultivation, faculty exchange visits and joint scientific research.
Enrico Macii also indicated that PDT will increase its input to advance the second phase of the program.
Co-founded by SCUT and PDT in May 14, 2015, the South China-Turin Joint Laboratory is currently running at the end of its first phase, which started from May 2015 until May 2017. Fruitful results were produced during this period, with most of the cooperation conducted in academic fields like architecture and automotive engineering through student exchange programs, scientific research and workshops.

Source from the International Office
Translated and edited by Xu Peimu