Representatives of Hunan University of Humanities, Science and Technology (China) visited Gdańsk University of Technology to get to know the university, exchange experiences in selected areas of activity of both universities and to discuss wider cooperation.
Guests from the university in Hunan began their visit on 12 December, at the Faculty of Chemistry, where they could see, among others laboratories and workshops. Then, at a meeting with representatives of the university authorities, they heard a presentation about the didactic and research activity of Gdańsk University of Technology, which was given by PhD DSc Christian Jungnickel, university professor, rector's plenipotentiary for cooperation with Chinese scientific and didactic institutions. On the part of Gdańsk University of Technology, the meeting was also attended by: Prof. Janusz Nieznański, Vice Rector for Internationalization and Innovation, Prof. Roman Śmierzchalski, dean of the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering, PhD, DSc, Eng. Paweł Śliwiński, university professor, deputy dean for innovation and didactics organization at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, PhD, DSc Julita Wasilczuk, university professor, dean of the Faculty of Management and Economics and Maria Doerffer, acting head of the International Relations Office and Guanxiong Huang from DMWA. Later a representative of the Chinese delegation, Jiang Bingqing, director of the International Office at the University of Hunan, presented the history and activities of his university. Both universities have a similar number of students and similar didactic programs in the field of technical studies.
The authorities of the Chinese university are interested in cooperation with GUT in the exchlogy has already had a long tradition of cooperation with Chinese universities.
ange of students and teaching staff. They talked about short-term exchanges lasting one semester and the possibilities of long-term exchanges – up to three semesters.
Professor Janusz Nieznański emphasized that Gdańsk University of TechnoGuests were also interested in research in the field of energy engineering and the curricula at the level of engineering and master's studies. After the meeting in the Senate Hall, the delegation was invited to visit the Faculty of Management and Economics, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering.