Signing Strategic Cooperation with University of Macao and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Date: 2020-04-20 Source:
The signing ceremony for the strategic cooperation between PCL, the University of Macau (UM) and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) was held at Peng Cheng Laboratory (PCL) through a cloud-based video conferencing on April 20, an innovative way to expand the research cooperation amid Covid-19 pandemic. UM’s Rector Yonghua Song, and PolyU’s Deputy President and Provost Ping-kong Wai, on behalf of their universities, signed cooperation agreement, respectively, with PCL Director Wen Gao.
PCL Executive Deputy Director Peng Zou, briefed the new strategic partners on the basics of PCL and the fruitful results of the joint cooperation mechanism. On behalf of PCL, he sincerely welcome the two universities to join hands with PCL, and carry out comprehensive and in-depth collaborations in the related fields in the future.
PCL signs Cooperation Agreement with UM
Wei Ge, UM’s Vice Rector delivered a speech on behalf of President Yonghua Song. He pointed out that the establishment of a strategic partnership between UM and PCL was an important measure for the two parties to deepen cooperation in scientific research and talent cultivation. UM attaches great importance to the signing of this strategic cooperation agreement. UM will follow up to proactively carry out basic, forward-looking and strategic scientific research, taking advantage of the complementary strength of the two parties. The two parties will work together to better serve the country and the social development.
PCL signs Cooperation Agreement with PolyU
Deputy President and Provost of PolyU Ping-kong Wai stressed that many schools and departments of PolyU had already carried out close cooperation and exchanges with PCL to jointly promote technological innovation and talent cultivation in big data analysis, advanced networks, and artificial intelligence. He was looking forward to the signing of this cooperation agreement and the establishment of a strategic partnership. He hoped that the two parties should deepen the existing cooperation and jointly embrace the future scientific challeges in the related research areas.