International Joint Laboratory for Advanced Ceramic Modification Key Technologies Signing and Unveiling Ceremony Held

Release time:2024-04-04Views:10

On April 3rd, the signing and unveiling ceremony of the “International Joint Laboratory for Advanced Ceramic Modification Key Technologies”, jointly established by SUES and Sunmoon University, South Korea, was held at Room 204 of the Administration Building. Vice President Zhu Xiaoqing attended the event. Zhang Yuqing, Director of the Personnel Office, Li Jun, Dean of School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tang Jianguo, Foreign Academician of the Ukrainian Engineering Academy, Soo Wohn Lee, a Foreign Director of the Joint Laboratory, and other relevant officials from School of Materials Science and Engineering were also present at the signing and unveiling ceremony, which was chaired by Zhang Yuqing.


Zhu Xiaoqing stated that the establishment of the “International Joint Laboratory for Advanced Ceramic Modification Key Technologies” is an important achievement of the long-term cooperation between SUES and Sunmoon University, marking a further upgrade in their collaboration. She expressed hopes that the establishment of the joint laboratory will serve as an opportunity to accelerate comprehensive inter-university cooperation and achieve in-depth development in scientific research, joint student cultivation, and other areas.


Li Jun introduced the previous cooperation with the foreign expert team and further reached consensus with Professor Soo Wohn Lee. Both sides expressed their intention to continue close cooperation, leverage their respective strengths, and jointly promote disciplinary development.


Following the ceremony, Professor Soo Wohn Lee delivered an academic report titled Electroless Nickel-Phosphorus-Ceramic Composite Coatings: A study of microstructure, mechanical, tribological, and corrosion properties.


Professor Lee and members of the Chinese research team then engaged in an in-depth seminar on the Advanced Ceramic Modification Joint Project, further promoting substantial cooperation in faculty training, student exchanges, scientific research, and instruction. This collaboration aims to significantly contribute to the international development of SUES and the establishment of a modern engineering application-oriented university.