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Delegation from University of Seville Visits Beihang University
Release time:June 5, 2024 / Han Xu

On May 31, a delegation from the University of Seville in Spain, including Carmen Vargas, Vice-Rector for Internationalization, Felipe Rosa, Vice-Rector for Knowledge Transfer, and José M. de la Rosa, Director of the Office of International Projects, visited Beihang University. They were welcomed in the conference room of Main Building by Beihang Vice President Zhao Weisheng, along with heads of the Department of International Relations, the School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering, the School of Energy and Power Engineering, the School of Computer Science and Engineering, and the School of Integrated Circuit Science and Engineering.

Zhao Weisheng extended a warm welcome to the guests. He noted that in recent years, Beihang University and the University of Seville have maintained close exchanges and visits, achieving practical outcomes in international talent cultivation, scientific research cooperation, and joint institutional development. He hoped that the two universities would leverage the strengths to focus on cooperation in dual degree programs, student exchanges, and professor-led research collaborations in fields such as electronics, automation, and computer science, thereby further deepening their comprehensive partnership.

Carmen Vargas expressed her gratitude for the warm welcome and provided an overview of the University of Seville and its international cooperation philosophy. She highlighted the broad cooperation potential between the two universities in areas of mutual interest such as microelectronics, information and communication technology, and renewable energy. Vargas demonstrated the desire to advance discussions on dual degree programs and the establishment of joint laboratories to ensure the practical cooperative outcomes.

During their visit, the delegation toured the School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering and the School of Integrated Circuit Science and Engineering. They engaged in in-depth discussions on expanding research cooperation and academic exchanges among professors and establishing dual degree programs in key areas, and reached multiple agreements. The delegation also visited the Center for Micro-Nano Innovation of Beihang (Beihang Nano).

Founded in the 16th century, the University of Seville is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Spain and even in Europe. According to the latest QS World University Rankings, the University of Seville is ranked 494th globally and 14th within Spain.

Written by: Fan Hang

Photo by: Zhang Zhibo, Zhang Xianhe, Chang Anbang

Reviewed by: Weng Jingnong

Edited by: Jia Aiping

Translated by: Han Xu

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