Chengdu University of Information Technology

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Chengdu University of Information Technology
成都信息工程学院
Motto 成于大气,信达天下
Established 1951
Type Public
President Zhou Dingwen (周定文)
Academic staff 1,067
Students 20,000
Location Chengdu, Sichuan,  People's Republic of China
Website CUIT website (English)
CUIT website (Chinese)

Chengdu University of Information Technology (CUIT, Chinese: 成都信息工程学院) is a Chinese university founded in 1951. It is a key developing provincial university joint building by China Meteorological Administration and Sichuan Province.[1] It is the only university independently specializing in information technology in southwest China, and is the member of CDIO world organization.[2] From 2004, It started to educate reserve army officers for strategic missile forces which named Second Artillery Corps (SAC) in People's Liberation Army of the People's Republic of China .[3]

History[edit]

Chengdu University of Information Technology was established in 1951, named as Southwest Air force Meteorology Cadres Training Unit. It was restructured into Chengdu Meteorology School in 1956, and then upgraded to Chengdu Meteorology College in 1978. It was transferred to university run by province from the one run by state in 2000 and changed its name as Chengdu University of Information Technology. In 2001, Sichuan Statistics School was incorporated into the university.[4]

Key laboratories[edit]

Provincial key laboratory of Sichuan province, established in 2001.

Ministerial key laboratory of National Bureau of Statistics of China, established on June 9, 2004.

Ministerial key laboratory of China Meteorological Administration, established on November 18, 2005.

Provincial key laboratory of Sichuan province, established in December 2006.

Provincial key laboratory of Sichuan province, established in October 2010.

Academic Units[edit]

  • College of Atmosphere Science
  • College of Resources and Environment
  • College of Electric Engineering
  • College of Communication Engineering
  • College of Control Engineering
  • College of Computer Science and Technology
  • College of Software Engineering
  • College of Network Engineering
  • College of Management
  • College of Mathematics
  • College of Optoelectronic Technology
  • College of Foreign Language
  • College of Politics
  • College of Culture and Arts
  • College of Statistics
  • College of Business
  • College of Software and Service Outsourcing
  • Department of Physical Education
  • Electric Experiment Center
  • Information Center
  • Computational Center
  • University Library
  • Continuing Education College
  • Yinxing Hospitality Management College
  • Networking Commerce College

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External links[edit]

Coordinates: 30°35′04″N 103°59′13″E / 30.58444°N 103.98694°E / 30.58444; 103.98694