Yanshan University is a university in Qinhuangdao, Hebei, China under the provincial government. It has student population of 39,000 and a staff population of 3200 (2058 of which are teachers, including 413 full professors and 630 associate professors). It is a national key school and run state key lab in its campus.
The origin of Yanshan University can be traced back to the Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) founded in 1920. In 1958, the Department of Heavy Machinery of HIT and its related specialties moved to the strategic industrial town of Fulaerji, Qiqihar in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province and was renamed the School of Heavy Machinery of HIT. In 1960, the school became independent as the Northeast Heavy Machinery Institute, and in 1978, it was accredited as one of the eighty-eight national key institutions of higher learning. Starting in 1985, it began to relocate southward to the historic seaside city of Qinhuangdao in Hebei Province and completed the migration in 1997 when it was accredited by the former State Education Commission to adopt the present name of Yanshan University (YSU).
YSU is known for its world-renowned achievements in the development of whole-set heavy machinery and equipment, the theory and technology of parallel robots, the technology of fluid transmission and electro-hydraulic servo-systems, the technology and equipment of precision plasticity figuration, technology of thermal treatment of big forging, the technology of mega amorphous bodies, metastable materials and technology, the theory and technology of industrial automation, etc.
YSU has won seventeen national scientific and technological awards in a row since 1996, including three first-class China State Science and Technology Progress Awards, ten second-class Awards, two third-class Awards, one State Technology Invention Award, and one second-class National Natural Sciences Award. The university has undertaken more than 300 national research projects, including those funded by the 973 Programs, the 863 Programs, as well as the National Natural Sciences Foundation and the National Social Sciences Foundation. In 1999, YSU established its high-tech park in the Qinhuangdao Economic and Technological Development Zone. The park was officially established by the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of Education as a national university science park in September 2003, thus becoming one of the 34 national university science parks of its kind.
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