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SZTU Delegation Visits Aalen UAS

Edited by:Brian(郑斌)Release Time:2019/06/18

SZTU delegation led by Prof. Dr. Ruan Shuangchen, the president of SZTU, visited Aalen University of Applied Sciences (Aalen UAS) on June 17th, 2019, which became SZTU’s partner university and signed a cooperation agreement with SZTU in July 2017.

 

SZTU delegation visits Aalen University of Applied Sciences. [Photo by International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office]

 

SZTU delegation was warmly welcomed by Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schneider, president of Aalen UAS, Prof. Dr. Harald Riegel, vice president of Aalen UAS, Prof. Dr. Rainer Börret, dean of the School of Optics & Mechatronics, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Trost, dean of the School of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, Prof. Dr. Thomas Hellmuth from the School of Optics & Mechatronics, Prof. Dr. Jörg Büechl from the School of Management & Business Sciences, and Mr. Pascal Cromm, director of International Relations. The two sides held friendly talks and discussed the further cooperation between SZTU and Aalen UAS.

 

Prof. Ruan and Prof. Schneider exchange gifts. [Photo by International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office]

 

Accompanied by Prof. Riegel, Prof. Börret and Mr. Cromm, SZTU delegation visited the Center for Optical Technologies, Materials Research Institute, Laser Application Center and Innovation Center. Specifically, the Innovation Center serves as an incubation platform for students' innovation ability, aiming to provide students with guidance and training in creation, innovation and entrepreneurship.

 

SZTU delegation visits the Innovation Center. [Photo by International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office]

 

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Aalen University of Applied Sciences (Aalen UAS) was established in 1963. From digital networking and e-mobility to renewable energies, photonics and robotics, Aalen UAS cares about future technologies. For many years, Aalen UAS has been one of the most research-extensive universities of applied sciences in Germany. Researcher teams contribute to areas such as IT security and biomedicine for cancer research, work on resource-oriented energy concepts and forward autonomous driving and industry 4.0. As a modern education institution, Aalen UAS examines the requirements of an ever changing region and establishes future-oriented focus areas.

 

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