SIAT and VNTU, Ukraine Sign Memorandum of Understanding
On December 23, 2021, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Vinnytsia National Technical University, Ukraine (VNTU), successfully signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) via online meeting. The MOU, signed by vice president of SIAT, Hairong Zheng and president of VNTU, professor Bilichenko Victor Viktorovich, will jointly promote complementary cooperation between two sides in scientific research, personnel training and achievement transformation.
At the ceremony, president Viktorovic introduced the history, geographical location and other basic information of VNTU, and said that the cooperation with SIAT will open a new chapter of international exchanges and cooperation between the two sides, hoping to promote each other through friendly cooperation and common development.
"Since established in 2006, SIAT has carried out more than 400 international cooperation projects and international talent exchange programs with 50 countries (regions), making it one of the most representative new scientific research institutions in China with comprehensive development of scientific research, education, industry and capital," said Hairong Zheng, "this MOU is the first inter-school cooperation between SIAT and VNTU. The two sides have many complementary advantages in computer, material science, high-end manufacturing and other fields. In the future, we can establish a fixed linkage dialogue mechanism to jointly promote scientific, technological and cultural exchanges and cooperation between China and Ukraine. We sincerely invite president Viktorovic to lead a delegation to visit SIAT."
President Bilichenko Victor Viktorovich is signing the MOU. (Image by VNTU)
Representatives from SIAT, president Hairong Zheng (fourth from the right) (Image by SIAT)
Vinnytsia National Technical University is an educational establishment of the fourth level of accreditation well known both in Ukraine and far abroad, consists of 8 scientific and educational faculties, and seven Integral Institutes, designed for the provision of training process. The University trains 6000 day time students, 1500 part time students, 100 PhD and Doctor degree students, 1000 pre-University students. The University trains specialists with higher education on the level of Master and Philosophy Doctor in technical sciences for 69 countries in Africa, Asia, South and Central America. Education and Science.