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Group photo of NTU President Wen-Chang Chen, UHH President Hauke Heekeren, and other participants.
UHH delegation visited the Imaging Center for Integrated Body, Mind and Culture Research.
UHH delegation toured the campus under the guidance of a student ambassador.
On October 4th, NTU President Wen-Chang Chen (陳文章), Vice President for International Affairs Hsiao-Wei Yuan (袁孝維), Associate Dean of the College of Medicine Nei-Li Chan (詹迺立), Assistant CEO of the Sustainability Office Yi-Huan Hsieh (謝宜桓) welcomed a delegation of three from Universität Hamburg (UHH), comprising President Dr. Hauke Heekeren, Chief of Staff to the President Dr. Pellegrino Favuzzi, and Mr. Gero Hemker, the Head for Strategy and Partnerships in Asia, Oceania, South, America, and Africa.
Through this visit, UHH hoped to deepen its connection with NTU as a strategic partner. Besides discussing joint seed funding and international internship cooperation, the delegation took a tour of the Office of Sustainability, College of Medicine, and Neurobiology & Cognitive Science Center. The delegation also paid a visit to the Imaging Center for Integrated Body, Mind and Culture Research. During the exchange, both universities found many commonalities in their progress toward sustainability. The meeting also allowed both sides to draw a blueprint for future cooperation, and we look forward to the outcome resulting from this talk.
Boasting academic excellence and diverse research domains, UHH was one of the first German universities to prioritize sustainability. It is also one of 11 universities to be awarded the status of University of Excellence and has produced seven Nobel laureates. UHH provides various academic programs in natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, law, business, and medicine.