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Harbin Institute of Technology
Harbin, China

Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) was established in 1920 in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. In 1954, HIT became one of China’s first six leading universities. Presently HIT is a member of China’s top nine University Union (C9). It is a National Key University with science and engineering as its core and has developed to cover management, liberal arts, economy, law and other disciplines. Renowned as “the cradle of engineers,” the university has many firsts.

HIT established the first School of Astronautics in China. It was the first Chinese university to independently develop and launch small satellites (smallsats and microsats) into the moon’s orbit. HIT was also the first to achieve satellite-ground laser link communications. Additionally, HIT developed the first computer to play chess and talk with people and it was the first university to produce arc- and spot-welding robots. HIT was the first university to reveal the virulent factor of the HIV virus. It was also the first university to achieve a major breakthrough in supporting structure development for the largest radio telescopes. The first human-machine in-orbit maintenance experiments on a space operator were also conducted by HIT.

HIT, comprised of the Harbin campus, Weihai campus, and Shenzhen campus, forms the pattern of “One University, Three Campuses.” HIT is steadily moving towards the goal of becoming a world-class university.

Website: http://en.hit.edu.cn/

VSE Season 1, 2021-22: Courses offered by Harbin Institute of Technology


Application Deadline

Students must submit an application to the VSE Central Office before:
July 8 2021, 12:00 noon Hong Kong Time (UTC+8)



Course Information

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Number of Credits1
Offering DepartmentSchool of Environment
Course TeacherProf. MA Jun
Language of Instruction English
First Day of ClassSep 6, 2021
Last Day of ClassJan 14, 2022
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingAsynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
RestrictionsN/A
Course Description The curriculum is focused on understanding the changes of water quality during both natural and social cycles, and introduce the principles of technologies utilized to tackle the challenges in practical water treatment processes. Contents of the curriculum include: principles and advances of representative widely utilized water treatment technologies including pre-oxidation, coagulation, precipitation, flotation, filtration, adsorption, redox process, advanced oxidation process, ion exchange, membrane technology, disinfection and control of disinfection byproducts, maintenance and monitoring of water quality in pipe network, etc. It is suitable for both bachelor and graduate students to learn.
Points to Note for StudentsN/A
Course OutlineLink
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Mechatronics Engineering
Course TeacherProf. YAN Jihong
Language of Instruction English
First Day of ClassSep 6, 2021
Last Day of ClassJan 14, 2022
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingAsynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
RestrictionsPrerequisites: Operations Research (OR), Financial Management and other basic courses of Industrial Engineering (IE)
Course Description In the competitive environment of product diversification, the requirements on product quality, cost and delivery time are increasingly higher. Production management is an important guarantee for enterprises to achieve their goals. The purpose of production planning and control (PPC) is to track the changes of market demand, reasonably arrange materials, equipment, human resources and funds, so as to reduce production costs, shorten delivery time, improve the product quality and efficiency of enterprise operation, and make the production system operate in an optimal pattern. This course aims to help students understand the concept and importance of PPC, as well as the practice of PPC. Through teaching the related knowledge of PPC systematically, students can master the basic principles and methods of PPC and advanced production mode, and be capable to analyze and solve the production and operation system problems in modern manufacturing and service enterprises to cope with the challenges brought by the new industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0.
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