MSE and University of Cambridge Held a Summer Program on Intelligent Manufacturing
Author:Zhang Li Edit:Liao Liangmin,Wu Yangtian       Release time:Sep 14, 2021       click:

From August 9, 2021, MSE and the Cambridge Centre for the Integration of Science, Technology and Culture (shorted as CCISTC) of University of Cambridge has jointly held a two-week summer program on intelligent manufacturing for students of relevant majors of HUST. The program aims to enhance students’ international vision, strengthen their competitiveness, and promote the implementation of the International Exchange Multiplication Plan, thus cultivating top talents for comprehensive innovation. The program invited Fumiya Lida, an expert in the field of intelligent manufacturing and associate professor of Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, to give lectures in the program. Based on the students’ comprehensive level such as ordinary performance and English achievements, MSE selected 18 students to participate in the program, including 13 from MSE BS’ 19 students, and 5 from School of Materials Science and Engineering of HUST. Ms. Zhang Li, Assistant to the Dean and associate professor of MSE, organized the whole program such as course contents and student management.


Fig. 1 Opening Ceremony of the CCISTC-online Summer Program 

During the program, Associate Prof. Fumiya also shared his research experience in intelligent manufacturing combining with practical cases and the latest frontier research results in the field.

Fig. 2  Associate Prof. Fumiya Lida giving lectures to the students 

CCISTC also invited Zhang Rui, a master student of computer science from University of Illinois, as the teaching assistant to help the students with their difficulties. At the same time, Hanif, an international doctoral student of MSE, also participated in the program to provide students with professional and language support.

Fig. 3 the teaching assistant guided students to complete project tasks with MATLAB 

On August 20, the students gave their final presentation. 18 students were divided into 4 groups and handed over excellent answers with the knowledge they acquired in the past two weeks. Fumiya commented on the reports of each group in detail, and he spoke highly of the learning process of each group. At the same time, he sincerely wished everyone to make greater achievements in their professional fields in the future.

Fig. 4 students’ graduation presentation in groups


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