In addition to sharing their knowledge, Zhenshan Jin and the TUM Ambassadors also discussed ways to further strengthen cooperation with China and further increase TUM's visibility in China.
"China is a key market for TUM, and we are committed to developing our partnerships and collaborations with our strategic partners," explained Zhenshan Jin. "The Liaison Office in Beijing plays an important role in advancing our mission in China, and we look forward to working closely with our TUM Ambassadors to build a stronger and more impactful presence in the country."
The TUM Ambassador Program was first launched in 2013 and aims to select international top researchers, who have contributed their expertise and experience to TUM over the past decades. Each year, selected researchers are awarded with the honorary title TUM Ambassador.