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2018 USTB Advanced Engineering Program

2018 USTB Advanced Engineering Internship Program

Engineering and Innovation


Program Overview

1) Internship in Labs

As a student of the program, you take on a 3-month program where you participate in laboratory research at USTB's state-of-the-art laboratories and benefit from our “Exploring China” course.


Available fields and topics include but not limited to:




Additive manufacturing of bronze components


Graphene/Polymer Composites for Stretchable Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Applications


Platform for interface engineering


Preparation and investigation of two-dimensional metal disulfides as anodes for high performance Li-ion batteries


Rotating magnetic refrigeration based on magnetic anisotropy in Rare-earth intermetallic materials


Thermoelectric Thin Films and Micro-devices


Wet-spinning of Graphene Fibers and Their Thermal Conductivity


Corrosion and wear behaviors of Cobalt-based alloys


Effect of chemical composition on the crystallization behavior of RE-containning mineral in rare earth slag


Clean Steel and Non-metallic Inclusions


Modeling on Fluid Flow Related Phenomena during Steel Refining and Casting


Resistive sensor of CO2-CO gases and the selective absorbed mechanism on sensing materials


The Design Of The Smart Electric Experimental Bench


Research on Heat treatment of Steel of 21-4N


Detecting metal micro-cracks based on laser nonlinear frequency-mixing ultrasonic


Radio Resource Management in NOMA based 5G Ultra Dense Networks


Deep Learning based Resource Allocation in 5G Networks


User Association and Power Allocation in Millimeter Wave Based 5 G Ultra Dense Networks


Study on Reinforcing Effect of Carbon Nanotubes on 6061 Aluminum Alloy


Magnetic imaging for perpendicular multilayers with skyrmion structures by photo emission electron microscopy (PEEM)


Investigation on thermoelectric generator making use of natural temperature difference

Please refer to the attachment  for more details of the topics. You are also advised to contact a supervisor yourself if your preferred research topics are not listed above. Please browse USTB’s homepage to search a USTB faculty.


2) Exploring China (Available in July)

Our program offers a series of English-based lectures and field trips that allow you to experience time-honored Chinese history and culture, and explore specific environmental and socio-cultural aspects of China, including visits to historic sites, Chinese language course taught on primary level, Hand-on cultural experience, e.g. Taichi, Tea Art, Calligraphy, Han Chinese costume.



1) Who can apply

- Students who are currently registered in a partner university

- English proficiency required to follow lectures


2) Number of Students

- 15 students


3) Program Duration

3 months, starting date as per different topics

4) How to apply

Send the following documents to the International Office, USTB.

- Application Form with photo

- Photocopy of passport

- Certificate of enrollment at home university

- Photocopy of insurance certificate

- Certificate of insurance

Applications should be submitted via the international office of the home university, and individual applications won’t be accepted.


5) Deadline

March 30 (Entry in May/June)


★ Payment

- Program fee: Exempted

- Accommodation Fee: dependign on the hotel he/she is staying in if on-campus housing is not available

- Fees for Cultural events and Field trips: Exempted

- Costs for study materials and resources, meals, round-trip air ticket, local transportation,

insurance and medical care not included


★ Contact

For more inquiry, please contact the International Office, USTB.

Tel.: +86-10-62332541

Fax: +86-10-62327878



★ Attachment 1: Research Proposal

Uploaded:2016-11-17 16:25:55

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