The national fund is not only the embodiment of the core competitiveness of the school, but also the key indicator of the school's development. It is of great significance to the construction of disciplines and the growth of talents. In order to improve the application quality of the National Fund, on the afternoon of January 6, the College of Materials Science and Engineering held the 2022 National Fund Application Experience Sharing Meeting in Room 813.
At the exchange meeting, the college puts forward the tasks and goals of the 2022 fund application, and encouraged teachers who are qualified to apply for the national fund to complete the declaration in a timely and high-quality manner. Professor Junwei Qiao made a communication titled "Reviewing Fund Applications from the Perspectives of Applicants and Reviewers" based on his own experience in fund application and review. Associate Researcher Zhewei Yang made a communication titled "The Road to National Youth Fund Application - Modification" based on his own experience in applying for funds and scientific research work. Starting from his experience in applying for the Youth Fund twice, he emphasized the need for multiple revisions and condensing scientific language. The academic focus is clear and the simple language is explained. Through this exchange, the teachers participating in the meeting expressed that they have a deeper understanding of how to write a high-quality fund application.
The College of Materials and Engineering attaches great importance to the application work of national fund organizations, and has taken the lead in launching the 2022 National Fund Application Mobilization Meeting on October 25, 2021. Prof. Wang Xiaomin as a dean arranged for the deployment of the college fund application, and invited Prof. Yihu Song from Zhejiang University for the fund Lectures. The college requires teachers to use this exchange as an opportunity to complete early and make repeated revisions; the college will continue to follow up, and strive for a new high in the approval rate of the national fund in 2022.