Beijing, 16th March, 2018 (BISTU)— BISTU Chairman of University Council Wang Chuanliang, accompanied by Assistant to Vice President Luan Zhongquan and management team of School of Information & Communication Engineering, meets with Prof. Xiang Wei, adjunct professor of BISTU.
Singing high praise of Prof. Xiang Wei’s contribution in recent years to discipline construction, education, and faculty team building of BISTU since he’s been appointed as an adjunct professor, Wang Chuanliang points out that the 19th National Congress of CPC has raised new goals and new requirements for higher education in a new ear. During the course of “double first-rate” project construction, BISTU is sparing no efforts to promoting construction of “five environments” to attract more high level talents and motive all faculties and staff. We have successfully conducted governance environment construction and implemented the spirit of the rule of law in both management and academic practice. We have also conducted emotional environment construction and all are expected to “give enough room to individuals, share advantage, be happy for others’ achievement, and help each other”. An orderly competition of “harmony without uniformity” shall be put in practice
Prof. Xiang Wei says that he is willing to contribute to development of BISTU. He thinks that active promotion of construction of five environments, particularly the moves and policies in construction of the New Campus and introduction of high level talents, has produced strong support with BISTU big-stride development.
Current work progress and achievements of Prof. Xiang Wei, as well as suggestions for future cooperation, is introduced by Luan Zhongquan and managerial faculties of School of Information and Communication Engineering.
Prof. Xiang Wei, Ph.D. supervisor, is a Chinese Australian, currently Foundation Professor and Head of Discipline of Internet of Things Engineering at James Cook University of Australia. He was named a Queensland International Fellow (2010-2011) by the Queensland Government of Australia, an Endeavour Research Fellow (2012-2013) by the Commonwealth Government of Australia, a Smart Futures Fellow (2012-2015) by the Queensland Government of Australia, and a JSPS Invitational Fellow jointly by the Australian Academy of Science and Japanese Society for Promotion of Science (2014-2015). He is appointed adjunct professor of BISTU in November 2017 and current is part-time academic leader of Information and Communication Engineering, a first-tier discipline of School of Information and Communication Engineering.