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BUAA-TUT Summer School Held

Release time:August 10, 2018 / Xiong Ting

From July 8 to July 23, 20 students from the School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering, the Fengru College, the Shijia College and the Shoue College of Beihang University took part in the BUAA-TUT Summer School.

The School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering, Beihang University, signed a cooperation agreement with the Laboratory of Automation of Hydraulics, Tampere University of Technology (TUT), to cooperate on the exchange of teachers and students, scientific researches, joint cultivation of doctoral students and so on. The advantageous disciplines of the laboratory are the applications of materials, designs, water hydraulics and machine control in robotics and intelligent manufacturing. Courses related to project management are specially offered for summer school students to improve their engineering and management abilities. Students of Beihang University mainly took the two courses named “Basis of Intelligent Control” and “Advanced Robot Technology”. Besides, professors of TUT also took the students to the Advanced Robotics and Controls Lab, which significantly enriched the forms and contents of teaching. Students formed different research groups and performed well in the course task. They were awarded course certificates by TUT when the courses were finished.  

Besides study, the summer school also arranged various cultural exchange activities. Students experienced not only the sauna culture and Tampere music festivals, but also the unique history and culture of Tampere.

Tampere University of Technology, the most well-known Finish science and technology university, ranks fourth among the universities in Finland. TUT maintains close relationships with many famous transnational companies in scientific researches. It is one of the main hubs in Finland to cultivate innovative scientific talents. The Technology Centre Hermia, where the research and development centers of Nokia, Microsoft and Intel are located, is next to the university campus. The world’s first GSM call was made from TUT.

 Reported by Ma Tian

Edited by Cun Lei

Translated by Xiong Ting