Zhejiang University of Technology

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Zhejiang University of Technology
浙江工业大学
Zhejiang University of Technology (logo).jpg
Motto 厚德健行
Motto in English Good Virtue and Robust Practice, from I Ching
Established 1953
Type Public
President Zhang Libin (张立彬)
Location Hangzhou & Quzhou, Zhejiang,  People's Republic of China
Campus urban & suburban
Website (zh)
(eng) old version

Zhejiang University of Technology (Chinese: 浙江工业大学; pinyin: Zhèjiāng Gōngyè Dàxúe) is located in the city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. It is considered one of the top industrial universities in mainland China [1][2][3][4] and the second largest university in Zhejiang Province after the most comprehensive university - Zhejiang University.

Engineering, especially chemical and biological engineering, is its strongest element. During the 1980s it made an effort to become a comprehensive technological university instead of a technological college. It keeps a close and broad relationship to industry.

It is a typical technical university of the new generation in China. It followed the trend during the 1980s and 1990s of Chinese technical institutes changing from the soviet specialized style into a much more comprehensive style.

Brief history[edit]

Although the history of Zhejiang University of Technology can be traced back to 1910, its independence (establishment) as a college was in 1953 as the school claims officially. It became a comprehensive technical university in 1993.

The institute has had different names throughout its history:

  • Parts of the National Zhejiang University, (1910~1949)
  • Hangzhou Chemical Engineering College (1953~)
  • Zhejiang Chemical Engineering College (1960 ~ 1980)
  • Zhejiang Engineering College (1980 ~ 1993)
  • Zhejiang University of Technology (1993 ~ now)

Schools which joined into Zhejiang University of Technology:

  • Zhejiang Academy of Economics and Management attached to Zhejiang Provincial Planning and Economic Commission, Nov. 1994
  • Hangzhou Industrial Engineering School of Shipbuilding attached to China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), Jul. 1997
  • Zhejiang Industrial Engineering School of Building Materials attached to Zhejiang Provincial Building Material Corporation, Mar. 2001

School Campus[edit]

The headquarters of ZJUT
ZJUT campus in Quzhou

In Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province:

  • Urban
    • Chaohui Campus (or Zhaohui Campus), the headquarters
  • Suburban

In Quzhou, Zhejiang Province:

  • Suburban
    • Zhexi Campus. This campus serves the Quzhou Chemical Engineering Group (one of the biggest national chemical enterprises).
    • Quzhou College

Colleges and Departments[5][edit]

A teaching building in ZJUT

Key Laboratories[edit]

Sir Run Run Shaw Hall of Science in ZJUT
  • National Key Laboratories
    • National Key Laboratory of Industrial Control Technology
    • National Key Laboratory and Developing Field of Green Chemosynthetic Technology
  • Provincial Key Laboratories, at least 7

School-owned Corporations[edit]

  • Hangzhou Gongxin Photoelectron Ltd.
  • Well Information Technology Ltd.
  • Rongda Corp.
  • Donghui Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Yonghong Education & Research Development Co., Ltd.
  • Enma Co., Ltd.
  • Bluehouse Electronics Co., Ltd.
  • Xiangyuan Hotel

People[edit]

Famous alumni:

Presidents:

See also[edit]

Along with Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, Shanghai Jiaotong University in Shanghai, Southeast University in Nanjing, Fudan University in Shanghai, a student exchange program is held every year between these six key universities.

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