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Chinese education strategy for the modern excellent engineers

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Wenmao Liu from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, is going to introduce one of his research projects about Chinese national engineer training scheme. Wenmao currently is a visiting scholar in IfM’s Manufacturing Industry Education Research.

In Tsinghua University’s Institute of Education, Wenmao is a research associate focusing on engineering education. In his talk, Wenmao will introduce a national programme entitled “Chinese education strategy for the modern excellent engineers” co-funded by Ministry of Education and Chinese Academy of Engineering. The programme mainly focuses on Chinese university level education strategy for the first-class engineers in the future. More than 300 universities and several million students will be deeply involved in the programme that will have very strong impacts on Chinese engineer education system.

Wenmao was trained as an electric engineer and gained his PhD in the energy development and feasibility research. Before he join Tsinghua research team, he had his rich industrial experiences in coal technology and electricity energy arenas including power plant management and renewable energy developments. Because of his industrial experiences and research programme in Tsinghua, he also participated in the Chinese education reform including policy research as the member of centre for engineering education of Tsinghua.

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