On November 26, 2018, our university was visited by a delegation from the German province Saxony [萨克森自由州], which, to a large degree, was composed of professors from the Chemnitz University of Technology [Technische Universität Chemnitz] (TUC) from Chemnitz [开姆尼茨], Germany. This made me personally very happy, since Chemnitz is my hometown, I received my Master's degree from that university, and visited it to give research talks in 2017 and 2018.

The delegation was led by Dr. Peter Homilius, the vice-directory of the Economic Development Corporation (WFS) Saxony and Prof. Dr. Maximilian Eibl, the vice-president of the TUC and chair of Media Informatics in my old faculty there, the Faculty of Computer Science. Further members of the delegation were Prof. Dr. Egon Müller from the Department of Factory Planning and Factory Management and the Chemnitz Automotive Institute (CATI) at TUC, Prof. Dr. Andreas Schubert, chair of Micromanufacturing Technology, Mr. Claus-Peter Held (CATI), Dr. Frank Löschmann, director of the SisTeam company, as well as Mr. Huaidong Wu and Mr. Chao Ying (SisTeam).

Saxony is a province in the eastern part of Germany. Its capital is Dresden city, but the most industrialized city has always been Chemnitz, which, historically, is one of the cradles of industrialization of Germany. This area is also named as one of the top-20 innovative regions of Europe. The TU Chemnitz has more than 180 years of history and is the motor of innovation in that area. Automation, engineering, lightweight material engineering, automotive industries, the constant improvement of existing technologies, the improvement of production efficiency, research on new materials – the TU Chemnitz is highly competitive in all of these fields. For instance, it also holds the MERGE excellence cluster for multifunctional lightweight structure technologies. All of these fields are important to fill concepts such as Industry 4.0 and Made in China 2025 with life. There were many fruitful discussions with the aim to establish collaborations between the TUC and our uni, centered around such important topics as smart production and the education of engineers. The delegation was impressed with the application-oriented education that our university has developed by adopting German approaches to the Chinese environment. As a result of our talks, I am convinced that our unis will establish successful, long-lasting, and highly productive collaborations.

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