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Research is of Great Interest in China

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Streiter, scientist at the Professorship Microtechnology, has been appointed as guest professor at the Chongqing University in China

  • The professors Thomas Gessner, Reinhard Streiter, Zongming Huang, Zhuji Wen and Thomas Otto (from left) during the appointment ceremony at Chongqing University. Photo: press office of CQU

The research results of Dr. Reinhard Streiter, scientist at the Professorship Microtechnology of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the TU Chemnitz, are of great interest in China. Based on his excellent academic research results he has been appointed as guest professor at the National Center for International Research of Micro/Nano-Systems and New Material Technology at Chongqing University (CQU) on April 21, 2016. Dr. Streiter got the certificate of appointment from the Vice President of Chongqing University HUANG Zongming.

Chongqing University was founded in 1929. The university now has a total enrollment of 50,000 students. So Chongqing University belongs to the largest universities in China. Moreover Chongqing University was designated as one of the first National Key Universities in 1960. Additionally, the CQU belongs to the ten members of the “Excellence League” in China. Chongqing is the largest city of the world, taking into account the administrative city limits.

The guest Professorship is accompanied by a university teaching position. It will be used to intensify the contacts to Chinese students and to prepare further common research projects.

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Streiter

Reinhard Streiter was born in 1959 in Salzwedel. He studied at the TH Karl-Marx-Stadt, now Technische Universität Chemnitz. In 1990 Reinhard Streiter successfully defended his PhD in the field of microelectronics technology.

Additionally to his teaching and research activities at the TU Chemnitz and Fraunhofer ENAS, Dr. Streiter has established a strong cooperation with China since 1997. So he acquired projects and worked as supervisor for Chinese students and PhD students.
Dr. Streiter is married and father of 4 children.

(Author: Dr. Martina Vogel)

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