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  SAST, SITI Signed Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Donghua University


On May 4th, SAST, SITI and Donghua University held signing ceremony for Strategic Collaboration Agreement. Mr. Xiaoming Niu, president of SAST and SITI, Mr. Changjun Jiang, president of Donghua University, attended the ceremony and delivered speeches. Mr. Qian Shi, vice president of SAST and SITI, Ms. Yunhua Cui, vice party secretary of Donghua University, Mr. Nanliang Chen, vice president of Donghua University, and relevant department leaders from the three parties attended the meeting.

During the meeting, Mr. Xiaoming Niu and Mr. Changjun Jiang signed on the Strategic Collaboration Agreement on behalf of SAST and SITI and of Donghua University respectively. Mr. Qian Shi signed on the Cadre Commune and Talent Exchange Agreement with and Ms. Yunhua Cui, and then on the Agreement of Jointly Establishing Innovation Research Institute with Mr. Nanliang Chen.

Mr. Xiaoming Niu pointed out that the three party cooperation in the future should fully embrace the "four insistences", that is, insistence of propelling achievement transfer to serve country and local economic development, insistence of frontier and high-end research project-driven talent cultivation and team building, insistence of propelling of functional platform and national laboratory construction by achievement applications, and insistence of establishing new type scientific research institution operation model via exploring system and mechanism innovations. Mr. Changjun Jiang expressed his hope that three parties would be realistic and innovative, and initiate a brand new mode of cooperation between research institute and university.  

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