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Vice-Chancellor of Australian National University (ANU) visiting AEMG Melbourne Headquarter

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Vice-Chancellor of Australian National University (ANU) visiting AEMG Melbourne Headquarter

On March 25, 2013, invited by AEMG, Prof.Ian Young, Vice-Chancellor of ANU, visited AEMG Melbourne Headquarter. Roger Li, CEO of AEMG and Jenny Wang, Project Director met Prof.Ian Young.

In the meeting, they discussed the on-going programs jointly developed by AEMG and ANU, and exchanged the viewpoints about the development of programs. Meanwhile, Roger Li introduced Prof.Ian Young the running and development of ANU programs in China. Prof. Ian Young expressed his great satisfaction on the progress made on ANU programs developed by AEMG in China and hoped AEMG and ANU could continuously build up cooperation in broader areas.

During Prof.Ian Young’s visit, vice president of Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Prof.Wu Qingxian and his delegation are visiting and living in AMEG Melbourne Center. Prof. Ian Young and Prof. Wu Qingxian had a meeting and they reached an initial intention of cooperation in Electronic Engineering.

The visit of Prof. Ian Young significantly promotes and strengthens the cooperative relationships between AEMG and ANU, which surely lays a solid foundation of their further cooperation.

Translated by Jessie Teng

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