Executive Vice President of SLC Visit Suzhou Automobile Research Institute of Tsinghua University
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    On the afternoon of October 24, 2018, Executive Vice President Wang Guicheng, Dean of the School of Automotive Engineering Ge Ruhai, and Director of the Personnel Department Wang Kelin came to the Suzhou Automobile Research Institute of Tsinghua University and had friendly talks with Dr. Cheng Bo, the president of the institute. President Wang presented the appointment letter issued by the Jiangsu Provincial Talent Work Leading Group, the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education, the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Science and Technology, the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Human Resources and Social Security, and the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Finance. President Cheng is the fifth batch of professors in the vocational colleges of Jiangsu Province.

    At the meeting, the two sides reviewed the work of the previous cooperation, and determined that the follow-up school collaborates to explore the first-line technical and skilled personnel training in the new energy vehicles and intelligent networked automobile production, and carry out cooperative research and development in the development of intelligent networked automotive application technology. .After the meeting, President Wang and his team also visited the exhibition hall and research base of Suzhou Automobile Research Institute of Tsinghua University and the driverless car and driving test.

    Established in 2011, Tsinghua University Suzhou Automobile Research Institute is a comprehensive automobile industry research institute jointly established by Tsinghua University and Suzhou Government, relying on Tsinghua's technology and talents, Suzhou's economy and location advantages. The college has carried out a number of cooperation.

    Professor Cheng Bo is a doctor of engineering at the University of Tokyo, Japan. He was a researcher at Mazda Motor Corporation of Japan, a researcher at the National Institute of Transportation Safety and Environment.  He is the deputy director of the State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy. He is also an expert in China's transportation science and technology project, an expert in the Traffic Management Expert Committee of the Ministry of Public Security, a subject of the National 863 Program, a director of the Academic Committee of the Beijing Automotive Engineering Society, and a director of the China Society of Ergonomics. He has achieved many research results in the field of automotive research. Received provincial and ministerial level scientific and technological progress awards.