University of Strathclyde delegation visits
On March 28th,
2016, Professor Atilla Incecik of the University of Strathclyde visited HEU with
a delegation. Deputy Party Secretary XIA Guihua and Vice
President WU Linzhi meet with the delegation.
Deputy Party Secretary XIA, the chairman of
the ICNAME Council, met with Professor
Incecik. He introduces the work and achievements of
ICNAME since its establishment, after gaining the support of all levels of government and
relevant departments, to him. He also discussed
the second ICNAME Council meeting as well as the seminar on vessels and marine
platforms in polar regions held during the 27th Harbin International
Economic and Trade Fair, including workshops for industry and business personnel.
Chairman XIA held discussions with Professor Atilla on many topics included in the ICNAME Council
meeting including: establishing additional professional subcommittees within ICNAME,
research cooperation in areas including the numerical tank project, renewable energy,
marine power, vessel and marine platform in the polar region, underwater
acoustic engineering and materials among ICNAME members, on the two
universities jointly applying for scientific research funding provided by the
British government, and on the establishment of a PhD scholarship by ICNAME. Professor Atilla praised all the achievements made by ICNAME since
its establishment, and said that the University of Strathclyde with strong
research teams in the fields of structural mechanics, numerical tank, renewable
energy, marine power, and polar vessels and marine platforms was very willing
to strengthen scientific research cooperation with HEU and other ICNAME members.
In addition, they would fully support the development of ICNAME and promote scientific
cooperation and education between the members.
from the Harbin Engineering University Science & Technology Research
Institute, the International Exchange & Cooperation Office of HEU and the
HEU College of Shipbuilding Engineering also participated in
Professor Incecik is a member of the Council of ICNAME and has
been actively involving in the establishment of the organization including
preparation and development planning. The University of Strathclyde is one of
the co-chairs of ICNAME. As it carries out scientific research and educational
cooperation with HEU, it is not only an important member of ICNAME, but also an
important cooperation partner within the framework of education and scientific
research under ICNAME.
The Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine
Engineering Department in the UKĄ¯s University of Strathclyde is currently the
UK's largest shipbuilding and marine engineering department, and it is also one
of the leading research centers on the field of ship and marine engineering in
Britain and throughout Europe. Its research on ocean engineering, fluid
mechanics, and marine engineering research is at the forefront in the world.
University of Strathclyde scored 92 in the Higher Education Quality Assessment in
2009, reaching the "excellent" and "high satisfaction"
levels, more than the University of Edinburgh and University of Glasgow,
ranking highest among universities in Scotland.
The establishment of ICNAME
was initiated by HEU, on the basis of the Deep-Sea Engineering and High-Tech
Ships Collaborative Innovation, working jointly with the University of
Strathclyde, Bureau Veritas, Dalian University of Technology in China, Ecole
Centralede Nantes in France and St. Petersburg State Marine Technical University
in Russia to promote
research cooperation and technological development in the field of Marine