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HUTB Holds 2024 "Xiangjiang Scholars Forum" (Spring)

2024-04-22

From April 12 to 13, HUTB successfully hosted the 2024 "Xiangjiang Scholars Forum" (Spring). A total of 62 outstanding scholars from renowned domestic and international universities, including Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Tongji University, Renmin University of China, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, attended the forum.

Chen Xiaohong, Secretary of the CPC HUTB Committee, Director of Xiangjiang Laboratory, and Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), along with Liu Guoquan, Member of the CPC HUTB Committee, Vice President of HUTB, and Executive Deputy Director of Xiangjiang Laboratory, met with outstanding Ph.D. candidates from various sub-forums and engaged in cordial exchanges with the participating doctoral candidates.

The "Xiangjiang Scholars Forum" aims to provide a communication and interactive platform for scholars at home and abroad to exchange creative thoughts, theories, and viewpoints around academic frontiers and hot topics. The forum also serves as a means to enhance their understanding of our university's development strategies, policies, and talent pool construction. By inviting outstanding scholars from around the world to join HUTB and Xiangjiang Laboratory, it seeks to achieve mutual benefits and development, contributing to the co-creation of a bright future.

Xiangjiang Laboratory and Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies Sub-forum

Microelectronics, Resources and Environment Sub-forum

Science and Engineering Sub-forum

Business Administration and Public Administration Sub-forum

Sub-forum on Economic, Law, Cultural, and Philosophical Studies

This forum consists of two sessions, namely HUTB and Xiangjiang Laboratory, with a total of 5 concurrent sub-forums. These include the Xiangjiang Laboratory and Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies Sub-forum, Microelectronics, Resources and Environment Sub-forum, Science and Engineering Sub-forum, Business Administration and Public Administration Sub-forum, and Sub-forum on Economic, Law, Cultural and Philosophical Studies. Scholars, as well as teachers and students from HUTB participating in the forum engaged in in-depth discussions on international academic frontiers and hot issues in various fields, and together presented 62 cutting-edge academic reports: Dr. Guo Wenbo from Tsinghua University delivered a report titled "Computational Analysis Methods for Tumor Heterogeneity Based on Spatiotemporal Omics Data"; Dr. Zheng Dayang from Tongji University presented a report titled "Mechanism Study of Sludge-Based Biochar Pseudocapacitance Enhanced Anaerobic Sludge to Acetic Acid Production"; Dr. Liao Yikai from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore delivered a report titled "Semiconductor Optoelectronic Materials and Devices"; Dr. Sun Qi from South China University of Technology delivered a report titled "Network Public Opinion Analysis Based on Machine Learning"; Dr. Xu Changjiang from Renmin University of China presented a report titled "Conflicts and Judicial Resolution in the Application of Environmental Punitive Damages and Fines". The secretaries and deans of all secondary schools, along with experts and professors, provided comments and remarks on the academic presentations.

Following the forum, staff from each secondary school accompanied the scholars to gain a deeper understanding of the university and Xiangjiang Laboratory. They conducted on-site visits to facilities such as the university's historical museum, laboratories, Xiangjiang Academy, the sports activity center, and Qiushi Academy, experiencing the beautiful campus environment of the university.

Talent is the primary resource driving development. In order to achieve the strategic goal of "Three Advances and Three Highs" and lead the construction of the Xiangjiang Laboratory, the university attaches great importance to talent work. By employing various methods such as “going out, inviting in, and recommending talent through talent”, the university has broadened channels for talent acquisition. The hosting of the “Xiangjiang Scholars Forum” serves as a crucial mechanism for concentrated talent attraction under the “inviting in” initiative. Since 2017, the university has successfully held this forum for five sessions.

To successfully organize this academic forum and attract outstanding talents, the Teacher Affairs Department of the CPC HUTB Committee, in collaboration with various secondary schools, has vigorously recruited talents through a combination of online and offline methods. Online platforms have been actively utilized for video recruitment and virtual job fairs, while offline efforts have been made to visit "Double First-Class" universities in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Wuhan, Xi'an, and other cities to recruit academic leaders and doctoral candidates. The 62 scholars participating in the "Xiangjiang Scholars Forum" were selected from over a thousand resumes. They are outstanding talents who meet the developmental needs of our academic disciplines. This selection process reflects the university's talent acquisition standards of “both seeking talents eagerly and selecting the best candidates” and injects new vitality into the construction of a high-level talent team at the university. (Reported by the Teacher Affairs Department of the CPC HUTB Committee)


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