Seminar on student and PhD candidate mobility between NTNU and China
NTNU hosted a networking event 16 March 2016 for everyone involved or interested in Norwegian-Chinese collaboration in research and education as well as in economic life.
16.30 Registration and light refreshments
17.00 Welcome and introduction to our NTNU-China cooperation, Kari Melby, Pro-Rector for Research
17.15 Introduction to Chinese - Norwegian relations and to NorAlumni, Thomas Løge Hansteen, Counsellor, Science, Higher Education and Research. Norwegian Embassy, Beijing, China
17.25 Double degree - Introduction to the MSc in Sustainable Energy, Song Chen, MSSE student at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering
17.35 Innovation platform for sustainable urbanisation between the EU and China - Professor Annemie Wyckmans, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art at NTNU and Head of the NTNU Smart Cities group.
Professor Annemie Wyckmans presened the highlights of an application to Horizon 2020 to create an innovation platform for sustainable urbanisation (including energy, sustainability, health, culture, and more) between the EU and China, involving all major Chinese government agencies and EU networks. At the same time, she outlined some of the key challenges in EU-China cooperation and how she and her research group are handling them. She provided examples from experiences with her own group's China projects.
17.45 Norwegian-Chinese cooporation in a Business perspective - Per Jarle Furnes, Director Research and Development and ECO, Autronica Fire and Security
17.55 String Duo from the Department of Music
18.05 Networking with refreshments
Networking tables: Q and A
- NorAlumni China
19:00 End of event