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University of Nottingham agrees £1 research collaboration with car giant

20 Jul 2012 13:17:03.087

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The University of Nottingham has signed a of Understanding (MoU) with one of China’s biggest vehicle to undertake research into low technologies.

The research project, is potentially worth up to £1 over three years to the will investigate the development of a of technologies, including thermal and heat transfer for low carbon This is a vitally important in the development of hybrid electric (HEV) and pure electric (EV), which rely on and electronic components that only operate effectively at temperatures.

Founded in 1953, FAW is a player in the Asian motor It employs 118,000 people, over three million per annum to over 70 countries, and the of the business are valued at over billion. Representing FAW at the signing of the MoU was Dr Li President of the RD Centre of FAW Group

Dr Li also received an honorary from the University, to mark his to the motor industry.

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Respected for his research work, Dr Li Jun is President of the Federation of Automotive Engineering (FISITA), a position he will for the next two years. Following the of the MoU, Dr Li was met by Professor Yang Chancellor of the University, who awarded him an Professorship in recognition of his innovative and development work in China’s vehicle industry.

Dr Li said: “I would to express my gratitude to The University of for the personal recognition of my achievements in As an engineer, I devoted 20 years of my to technical innovations in the areas of design, combustion, engine control and engine electronic During that time, my was to make our engines more and more durable, pushing to its limits.

“However, we all need to the role of the motor industry in world, where we face problems such as the depletion of fuels, global warming and safety issues. We have to the technical development limits are set by our environment, and we need to build the into a machine that can the quality of our lives. That is why I to bring the most outstanding from our two organisations together to technologies which will in harmony with our planet.”

Professor Chris Rudd, Chancellor of the University, who signed the MoU on of the University, added: “ Dr Li has a huge contribution in enabling to become a major force in the industry. He was responsible for diesel development for hugely successful Jie trucks. Dr Li also drove the of petrol engines for the prestigious car range, and did much to provide FAW the confidence to build its own brand

I’m delighted that he is honoured by The University of Nottingham for his achievements.

“Looking forward, the with FAW on low carbon technologies is exciting and I am very pleased they are choosing to work our University as their first strategic partner. It is a testament to the and reputation of our research work, and strengthens our close links Asian industry.”

The research laboratory for FAW will be in the Faculty of Engineering at University in Nottingham, and the Project Leader is Yuying Yan. The research will commence later year.

Through its campus in and the work of its Asia Business The University of Nottingham has developed with a number of Chinese in sectors including aerospace, automotive, food and drink, technologies and many other

For more information about The of Nottingham’s work with and the Asia Business Centre, www.nottingham.ac.uk/servicesforbusiness

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Notes to editors: The University of described by The Sunday Times Guide 2011 as ‘the of the modern international university’, has students at award-winning campuses in the Kingdom. China and Malaysia. It is in the UK’s Top 10 and the World’s Top 75 universities by the Jiao Tong (SJTU) and the QS University Rankings.


It was named world’s greenest university’ in the UI World University Ranking

More than 90 per cent of at The University of Nottingham is of international according to the most recent Assessment Exercise. The University’s is to be recognised around the world for its contributions, especially in global security, energy sustainability, and The University won a Queen’s Anniversary for Higher and Further Education in for its research into global security.

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More is available from Professor Yan . +44 (0)115 95 13168, yuying.yan@nottingham.ac.uk

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