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  • China Research Exchange Program Application | Engineering
    Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations China Research Exchange Program Application Home Student Portal Global Engineering Programs Programs China Research Exchange Program Application Application Process There are multiple deadlines for the exchanges starting in 2015 16 March 1 2015 May 1 2015 August 1 2015 November 1 2015 January 1 2016 March 1 2016 Note that we generally need 4 6 months notice to prepare the paperwork for these exchanges so a March 1 application could start no earlier than summer quarter May 1 applications could start no earlier than fall quarter etc At the time of the application we expect the Stanford faculty member to have agreement from a Chinese colleague at Peking or Tsinghua University to participate in this one to one student exchange The specific Stanford student engaged in the exchange need not be identified at the time of the application although the names of both students are required prior to the application being approved Here

    Original URL path: http://engineering.stanford.edu/portals/student/global-engineering-programs/china-research-exchange-program/application (2016-04-27)
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  • China Research Exchange Program Structure | Engineering
    will be provided for Stanford students by those universities as part of the exchange agreement Peking Tsinghua University Students Travel to Stanford and assistance with required documentation to become a Stanford Visiting Researcher for the duration of stay at Stanford is provided program The School of Engineering will pay a stipend and tuition and arrange for Peking Tsinghua University students to become Visiting Researchers for the duration of their stay at Stanford Housing at Stanford will be arranged for students on a best effort basis Note that on campus housng is tight and non matriculated students have lower priority The program will help to provide information regarding housing in the surrounding area Funding from the Chinese Ministry of Education may be available to students from Peking Tsinghua Universities We encourage faculty applicants to work with their faculty collaborators at the relevant university to secure a Tsinghua Study Abroad Fellowship or a Ministry of Education Fellowship for their stay at Stanford Chinese Fellowships for Tsinghua and Peking University Students The Short Term Study Abroad Fund for the Ph D Students of Tsinghua University is a program that provides funding for three to six month research with faculty from top tier foreign universities Funding from the Chinese Ministry of Education may be available to students from Peking Tsinghua Universities We encourage faculty applicants to work with their faculty collaborators at the relevant university to secure a Tsinghua Study Abroad Fellowship or a Ministry of Education Fellowship for their stay at Stanford If the Chinese students who wish to stay at Stanford for two rather than one quarter one of these two fellowships is required At this time neither of these fellowships pays tuition but other funds will offset the costs of such an exchange and may enable the student to remain at

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  • China Research Exchange Program Frequently Asked Questions | Engineering
    Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Wellspring of Innovation Info For Students Alumni Companies Faculty Staff Departments Aeronautics and Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations China Research Exchange Program Frequently Asked Questions Home Student Portal Global Engineering Programs Programs China Research Exchange Program Frequently Asked Questions Can my family go too Housing at Peking and Tsinghua Universities is designed for single graduate students but we have been able to find alternative housing for families in past exchanges Please let us know as soon as possible if you d like to bring your spouse and or children to Beijing and we can investigate options Stanford is not able to pay the travel costs or other expenses of family members but we will do everything possible to accommodate spouses and children during the exchange Contact Information Key Contact Professor Pamela J Hinds Faculty Director 475 Via Ortega Room 207 Stanford University Stanford CA

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  • Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research Program | Engineering
    Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research Program Home Student Portal Global Engineering Programs Programs Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research Program Program Overview The Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research UGVR Program is aimed at building understanding between U S and Chinese students and between Stanford and top Chinese universities by attracting top Chinese undergraduate students to Stanford to work with faculty and students on research in the summer By being part of the UGVR cohort Chinese students will learn from and enhance Stanford undergraduate and graduate students experience with a diverse international population broadening the perspective of both groups Interested Stanford School of Engineering faculty submit research position descriptions and required skills background in the Fall The partner Chinese univerities recruit and pre select top candidates among junior students The faculty then make final decisions about accepting candidates from partner Chinese universities including Tsinghua Peking University University of Science and Technology of China and National Taiwan

    Original URL path: http://engineering.stanford.edu/portals/student/global-engineering-programs/chinese-ugvr (2016-04-27)
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  • Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research Program Structure | Engineering
    Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research Program Structure Home Student Portal Global Engineering Programs Programs Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research Program Program Structure Program Structure Each year 12 18 undergraduates juniors from select Chinese universities including Tsinghua PKU USTC and NTU come to the Stanford School of Engineering to work with faculty on research for about 10 weeks alongside Stanford engineering students These Chinese UGVR students are integrated into the SOE summer REU program In the Fall interested Stanford SOE faculty are invited to submit position descriptions with information about the summer research to be done by the Chinese UGVR student and required skills and background These position descriptions are provided to the Chinese universities who then facilitate a competitive application process including English interviews and pre select a handful of students for each position The applications of these students are then forwarded to the Stanford faculty member for a final decision Unless otherwise requested each Stanford faculty member is provided with applications from students at multiple Chinese universities Each faculty member cn only host one UGVR student The China Programs staff coordinates this process

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  • Chinese Undergraduate Visiting Research Program Past Participants | Engineering
    Weissman Electrical Engineering 2 Feiyu Chen Biomedical Engineering Tsinghua University M John M Pauly Electrical Engineering 3 Tzu Chieh Chou Electrical Engineering National Taiwan University M Amin Arbabian Electrical Engineering 4 Xiaozhe Ding Biological Science Tsinghua University M Michael Lin Bioengineering 5 Kuan Fang Electrical Engineering Tsinghua University M Ron Fedkiw Computer Science 6 Xiaopeng Fu Chemistry Tsinghua University F Fan Yang Bioengineering 7 Yang Gao Computer Science Tsinghua University M David Dill Computer Science 8 Hongyang Jia Microelectronics Tsinghua University M Subhasish Mitra Electrical Engineering 9 Jianghao Li Material Science and Engineering Tsinghua University M Reinhold Dauskardt Materials Science and Engineering 10 Ran Li Material Physics University of Science and Technology of China F Yi Cui Materials Science and Engineering 11 Fengjiao Lyu Chemical Engineering Tsinghua University F Sindy Tang Mechanical Engineering 12 Hanquan Su Chemistry University of Science and Technology of China M Shan X Wang Materials Science and Engineering 13 Hong Wang Chemistry Tsinghua University M Zhenan Bao Chemical Engineering 14 Liangjie Wu Economics Tsinghua University M Charles Eesley Management Science and Engineering 15 Liyang Xiong Physics Peking University M KC Huang Bioengineering 16 Jing Yang Physics Peking University F William C Chueh Materials Science and Engineering 17 Jinye Zhang Electrical Engineering Tsinghua University M Fabian Pease Electrical Engineering 18 Wenbo Zhang Electrical Engineering Tsinghua University M Craig Levin Radiology and Electrical Engineering Participants Summer 2012 Name Universtiy Gender Stanford Faculty Department 1 Linlin Fan Peking University F Michael Lin Bioengineering 2 Rui Fu Tsinghua University F KC Huang Bioengineering 3 Xiaolan Li Tsinghua University F Fan Yang Bioengineering 4 Rui Chang Tsinghua University F Gerald Fuller Chemical Engineering 5 Yuxing Yao Tsinghua University M Zhenan Bao Chemical Engineering 6 Biye Jiang Tsinghua University M Jeffrey Heer Computer Science 7 Weiwei Yang Tsinghua University M Andrew Ng Computer Science 8 Haoyang Zeng Tsinghua University M David L Dill Computer Science 9 Meng Zhang Tsinghua University M Ron Fedkiw Computer Science 10 Haokun Li Peking University M Audrey Ellerbee Electrical Engineering 11 Po Hsuan Wei National Taiwan University F Simon Wong Electrical Engineering 12 Cong Yan Peking University F Subhasish Mitra Electrical Engineering 13 Tianyang Ye Peking University M H S Philip Wong Electrical Engineering 14 Jingtao Zheng Tsinghua University M Tsachy Weissman Electrical Engineering 15 Lu Lu Tsinghua University M Ron Hanson Mechanical Engineering 16 Chencheng Cai Peking University M Reinhold H Dauskardt Materials Science and Engineering 17 Wenhao Li Tsinghua University M Chuck Eesley Management Science and Engineering 18 Yanbin Li University of Science Techonology of China M Yi Cui Materials Science and Engineering Participants Summer 2011 Name Major University Stanford Faculty Department 1 Chia Jung Chang Electrical Engineering National Taiwan University Krishna Shenoy Electrical Engineering 2 Yubei Chen Microelectronics Tsinghua University Ron Fedkiw Computer Science 3 Henggang Cui Electrical Engineering Tsinghua University Leonid Kazovsky and Moises Ribeiro Electrical Engineering 4 Siming Dong Material Science and Engineering Tsinghua University Reinhold Dauskardt Materials Science and Engineering 5 Enhao Gong Biomedical Engineering Tsinghua University Kerwyn Casey Huang Bioengineering

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  • Apply | Engineering
    Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Apply Home Student Portal Global Engineering Programs Apply To apply for a Global Engineering Program please follow the following steps 1 Choose your Program Reveiw the information on the different programs available through GEP by clicking through the program links on the right If you have questions or need advising to help decide on a program please speak with your academic advisor or reach out to GEP staff for a meeting 2 Consider your Eligibility All GEP programs are tailored to School of Engineering students and are open to students who are in good academic standing with the University Most of our programs are for Stanford University students only Each program has specific eligibility requirements and can be reviewed on the program links to the right Please make sure you are eligible for the program before applying for it 3 Review Participation Policies You must read and agree to the Stanford University School of Engineering Global Engineering Programs Participation Agreement before participating in any GEP program See Docs and Downloads to your right to view and download this document 4 Apply All GEP program applications are available on the Stanford Off campus Learning Opportunities website To find specific applications you can search by the acronyms below SETII Summer Engineering and Technology International Internships SETS Summer Engineering and Technology Study Tours SSLP Summer Service Learning Program Printer friendly version Global Engineering Programs About Programs General Program Information Internships Summer Engineering and Technology International Internships SETII General Information Program Structure Internship Opportunities Application Process Program Recommendation Frequently Asked Questions Study Tours Summer Engineering and Technology Study Tours SETS General Information China South Africa Special Faculty Led Programs Service Learning Opportunities

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  • Faculty Information | Engineering
    Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Faculty Information Home Student Portal Global Engineering Programs Faculty Information The faculty in the School of Engineering are the foundation of what makes this school great And the Global Engineering Programs offers a variety of ways for faculty to use their knowlege and experience Program Development Seed Grants The GEP Faculty Seed Grants are intended to support new and existing faculty efforts to provide international learning opportunities for SoE students as well as explore new locations and program models that GEP could continue in future years This grant will provide support to faculty to use existing knowledge and international connections to create innovative immersive international opportunities or add an immersive international component to an existing SoE course or group activity Teaching Opportunities Host a UGVR Student The Undergraduate Visiting Researcher UGVR program invites a few of the very best undergraduate Chinese students to apply to be part of the REU program The top Chinese schools with which we have been collaborating include Tsinghua University Peking University and University of Science and Technology of China Teach a SETS Tour The purpose of these 2 week programs is to provide first hand insights into technology and engineering based businesses in developing economies worldwide from both a global and local perspective This short program is a great opportunity to encourage students to learn about the world and enhance global engineering education Have questions Want to suggest a new way for GEP to support faculty efforts We are all ears Victoria W Bianchi Global Engineering Programs Manager vwilhelmsen stanford edu Printer friendly version Global Engineering Programs About Programs General Program Information Internships Summer Engineering and Technology International Internships SETII General Information Program Structure Internship Opportunities Application Process Program Recommendation Frequently Asked Questions

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