International Cooperation

          Our students are actively involved in scientific research. Starting with the freshman course “Science & Society,” we encourage students to join research groups, take part in scientific and computing competitions, and do industry internships. Due to their academic potential, our students are in high demand both on- and off-campus. We encourage students to travel abroad to expand their academic horizons, usually in the summer semester. In these cases, international travel and living expenses while abroad are supported by the School. If you are interested in hosting one of our students for undergraduate research and internship opportunities, please contact our International Cooperation Office: 

Ms. Mei Mei


          If you are open to be contacted by interested student applicants, please provide: name, position, organization, email, website, research fields, and a brief research description. Thank you!

          In recent years, our students have performed undergraduate research at the following institutions: