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SDUST Delegation visit SUT and AEMG in Australia, 10-13 June, 2019

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SDUST Delegation visit SUT and AEMG in Australia, 10-13 June, 2019

A delegation (led by Prof. SUN Heting, Vice President) from Shandong University of Science and Technology (SDUST), conducted a friendly visit with AEMG and Swinburne University of Technology (SUT).

The group, accompanied by Ms Jenny Wang (AEMG Director General), were welcomed to Swinburne by Professor Duncan Bentley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Professor Monica Kennedy, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International).

As well as a tour of several laboratories at the Hawthorn campus, meetings were held with key staff from the Faculty of Health, Arts & Design (led by Professor Scott Thompson-Whiteside, Pro Vice-Chancellor) and the Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology (led by Professor Hung Nguyen, Pro Vice-Chancellor). Opportunities for collaborative programs were explored, laying a strong foundation for the next phase of cooperation.

During the morning of 12th June, Ms Wang welcomed the delegation to the AEMG Melbourne Office where further detailed discussion was held and an agreement reached for future collaboration. Following this meeting, the group were shown through the AEMG Chinese Cultural Centre where Prof. SUN Heting praised AEMG for their “great efforts made towards culture, education and scientific research between China and Australia over the years”.