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Our university and the German Institute of Heavy Ion Sign an International Cooperation Research Agreement

On  the morning of December 11th, Prof. Horst Stoker, head of the Institute  of Heavy Ion Research in Germany, led a delegation to visit our school.  President Yang Zongkai and Vice President Wang Enke met with the  delegation at the meeting room on the second floor of the Shaw  International Conference Center to hold a discussion. Signing ceremony with cooperation research agreement. Relevant persons in charge of the office, personnel department,  financial department, science and technology department, foreign affairs  department and the Institute of Physical Science and Technology,  teacher representatives, and representatives of Peking University,  Tsinghua University, China University of Science and Technology and  Fudan University attended the forum.


Yang Zongkai first welcomed the delegation's visit. He introduced the school’s history, school scale and development pattern. He  said that after 111 years of development, our university has evolved  from a normal university into a comprehensive university and is  promoting faster and better development of our university by vigorously  promoting internationalization and informationization. The  School of Physical Science and Technology has become a benchmark for  our university to seek international development and actively promote  international exchanges and cooperation. Since the appointment of Dean Xu’s director, the hospital has achieved leaps and bounds. In  recent years, in addition to participating in international large-scale  scientific experiments as a Chinese leader, the Institute of Physical  Science and Technology will join Tsinghua University, China University  of Science and Technology, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences to join  the research of baryonic baritone at the Institute of Anti-Protons and  Ions of Europe (FAIR). Through  the pursuit of international cooperation and collaborative innovation  with its sister universities, we have established a leading position in  the university's Physics Department throughout the country. The two units here sign an agreement to jointly establish the FAIR  International Cooperation Center, which will set a new milestone in the  history of international cooperation in the field of high energy nuclear  physics collisions in our university.

Horst Stocker thanked us for the hospitality. He  introduced the long history of Frankfurt University and Heidelberg  University in Germany, the expertise of the two schools of physics, and  the nature, staff size, hardware facilities, budgetary expenses, and  research fields of the German Heavy Ion Institute. He  said that the institute relies on the surrounding top universities in  Germany to gather outstanding university professors and students to  participate in the research. The research fields include astrophysics,  compressed baryzers, materials science, lasers, and medical physics. It  is unusual for both parties to build a FAIR international cooperation  center across two continents. This not only brings development  opportunities to Huazhong Normal University, but also provides unique  opportunities for scientific researchers from all over the world to  gather together to form a scientific research force. In addition to jointly establishing research centers, the two sides can also cooperate in student exchanges and other areas.

Afterwards,  Yang Zongkai and Horst Stucke signed a cooperation agreement between  Huazhong Normal University and the German Institute of Heavy Ion FAIR  International Cooperation Center. Yang Zongkai also awarded Horst Stock  as the School of Physical Science and Technology of our university. Honorary professor's letter of appointment.

Finally,  Xu Nu, Dean of the School of Physical Science and Technology, briefed  the delegation on the preparations for the FAIR International  Cooperation Center. Xu  Fury said that our university will give great support to the  preparation of the project and will build a nuclear science computing  center to provide technical support for the high speed and high  efficiency calculation of the research center. During  the visit, the delegation from the German Institute of Heavy Ion  Research also held talks with teachers and students of the School of  Physical Science and Technology. The  German Heavy Ion Institute is located in Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany. It  has a long history of research in the field of basic nuclear physics  and is the world's top research institution. The research results of the Institute in the field of heavy ion accelerators have been used to treat cancer diseases.

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