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President ZHANG Dayu meets with ISPRS President Lena Halounova

On the morning of December 7, Professor Lena Halounova, President of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS), visited BUCEA and was received by President ZHANG Dayu at the Xicheng campus. The two sides reviewed the collaborative results between ISPRS and BUCEA as well as BRAUIC, conducting profound discussions and exchanges on continuing efforts to serve in international organizations, host international conferences, co-organize international summer schools, and participate in international student design competitions. Also attending the event were JIANG Jie, Secretary-General of ISPRS and Executive Dean of the International Development Research Institute, along with other relevant personnel.

President ZHANG Dayu extended a warm welcome to Lena Halounova on behalf of BUCEA. He reviewed the history and achievements of collaboration between ISPRS and BUCEA as well as BRAUIC and briefed on BUCEA’s prominent disciplines and international cooperation initiatives in its pursuit of building a globally renowned high-level distinctive university. He expressed his hope for deepening the existing cooperation and actively exploring new areas. Also, he emphasized BUCEA’s commitment to its cooperation with international organizations and continuous support for experts,  including Professor JIANG Jie, to serve and engage in ISPRS.

Lena Halounova expressed her sincere gratitude for the collaboration between BUCEA and ISPRS in organizing summer schools, student design competitions, and academic seminars. She mentioned that ISPRS, established in 1910, is a top-level international academic organization dedicated to promoting the international development, application, and exchanges of photogrammetry, remote sensing, and spatial information sciences. ISPRS highly values its partnership with China and will continue to work with BUCEA and other Chinese universities to jointly promote international cooperation and exchanges in the fields of photogrammetry, remote sensing, and geographic information sciences.