I would like to let you know about the Engineering and Science Summer Program for outstanding postgraduate and senior undergraduate students offered at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology 以色列理工学院 (in Haifa-Israel) between July 29- August 28, 2015. This is an exciting opportunity for students to enhance academic profile with an advanced course in subject of interest and experience student life at the Technion and Israeli culture.
Under a special scholarship sponsored by the government of Israel, excellent students from China will receive a full scholarship covering: tuition, housing (on Technion campus), lunches (5 times a week) and $250 stipend.
As part of the program, students may take one advanced course from the following list:
Image Processing and Analysis (Electrical Engineering/Computer Science)
Introduction to Machine Learning (Electrical Engineering/Computer Science)
Non-Negtaive Matrices - Theory and Applications (Mathematics)
Principles of Guidance and Homing (Aerospace Engineering)
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (Chemistry)
Funamentals of Physics of Atmosphere (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Sensors and Nanotechnology (Chemical/Biotechnology Engineering)
In addition, students will take a course in Middle Eastern history. The program will include: trips around Israel, lab work and industry site visits.
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About Technion - 以色列理工学院
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is Israel’s premier center of science and technology education and applied research. It is ranked among the world’s top 50 technological universities and has been recognized for being a leader in creating a special ecosystem that promotes innovation and entrepreneurship. It is home to three Nobel Laureates and is also the birth place of many of Israel’s most exciting tech innovations. To enhance its international presence, Technion has established academic partnerships, including: the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute for applied science being built in New York City; the planned cooperatively run Technion-Guangdong Institute of Technology (TGIT) with Shantou University being built in Shantou, Guangdong; and research laboratories in Singapore under the CREATE project of the National Research Foundation of Singapore.
In Haifa, Technion’s 13,000 students and researchers study in 18 academic departments and 52 research centers and institutes.