中国地质大学--美国乔治梅森大学合作项目招生宣讲会

作者: 时间:2018-07-03 点击数:

 

根据我校与美国乔治梅森大学(George Manson University,以下简称GMU)两校博士研究生培养合作协议。GMU接收我校优秀本科毕业生或研究生赴该校攻读博士学位或联合培养博士学位。

我校研究生申请赴该校工程学院攻读电气与计算机工程专业博士学位,乔治梅森大学每学年可最多接受我校研究生10人。该校免除学生在校期间的学费,并提供一定的研究项目资助。学生向该校提交英文论文,达到博士毕业要求,可获得乔治梅森大学博士学位。

在研究内容、研究成果不与乔治梅森大学博士学位论文重复的情况下,学生同时还可以申请我校博士学位。

 

时间:7月9日上午10点

地点:研究生院106会议室

联系人:张老师  电话:67885155

 

欢迎我校本科生和研究生积极参加!

 

                       研究生院

                        2018年7月3日

附:乔治梅森大学简介

乔治梅森大学位于北弗吉尼亚,美国首都华盛顿特区的科技走廊中心地带,成立于1972年,是一个富有创新精神、朝气蓬勃的新兴大学。在短短的40多年间就诞生了两位诺贝尔经济学奖获得者和三位普利策奖得主。近年来,乔治梅森大学已经升级为美国第一类最活跃研究性大学之一,是美国最大大学之一,在诸多学术研究领域内享有世界级声誉,如法学、政治学、公共政策、经济、计算机信息、电机工程学等专业。

CUG-GMU Collaboration: Research and Education Opportunity

Dr. Qiliang Li

Virginia Microelectronics Consortium Chair Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

4400 University Drive, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia

 

 

Abstract: China University of Geosciences and George Mason University have successfully reach an agreement of collaboration in Doctoral education. This represents a unique opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students in pursuing a doctoral degree in art, science and engineering. In this presentation, the education collaboration will be described in detail with an example path from a CUG student to a GMU graduate student to a successful career in USA or China. One of the major goals of this GMU-CUG agreement is to initiate or/and enhance the international collaboration for the faculty between GMU and CUG. In addition, the research and the living in George Mason University will be introduced, with an emphasis on electronics, sensors and smart systems. Overall, the collaboration provides an effective platform for the faculty and doctoral students of both universities to work on advanced research projects of common interest, leading to publication and technology sharing.

 

Brief Bio: Qiliang Li received Ph.D. (2004) in Electrical and Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University. He received M.S. (1999), Nanjing Univ., and B.S. (1996), Wuhan Univ., both in Physics. From 2004 to 2007, he was a scientist in the Semiconductor Electronics Division of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg, MD. In 2007, he joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia as an Assistant Professor and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2012 and full Professor in 2017. He has published over 100 journal papers. He received the honor of Distinguished Virginia Microelectronics Consortium (VMEC) Chair Professor in 2007, NSF CAREER award in 2009, Mason Emerging Researcher/Scholar/Creator Award in 2011, and School of Engineering Rising Star in 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

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