GLOBAL
Lecture Series
#Inspire and Engage# From Global Lecture Series to Original Courses delivered by overseas faculty, ZJU draws notable global scholars to campus each year. These initiatives increase students’ access to a leading community of scholars and scientists.


Global lecture series planned for 2018 


Please visit Upcoming Events for detailed updates.


Mar 

Dimitri A. Antoniadis: End of Moore's Law, CMOS Technology, and Future Direction

Apr 

Jacobus Boomsma: Hamilton's Rule and the Major Transitions in Evolution.

May 

Eric G. Shaqfeh: Suspended Particles in Complex Fluids: From Fracking Fluids to Swimming Worms

May 

Riccardo Fodde: Mythbusting Cancer Research

May 

John Hennessy: How Does Stanford University Promote Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education

May

G.S. Vijaya Raghavan: Challenges of Sustainability in Food, Energy and Environment Nexus

May

XU Lixin: The Effect of Aid on Growth: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment

May

Pasko Rakic: Brain Map Formation During Development Evolution and Disease

Jun

Joachim Messing: Concept and Implementation of Whole-Genome Sequencing

Jun

Charles H. Langmuir: The Formation of Continent and Ocean and the Birth of the Life

Aug

Jerald L. Schnoor: Drinking Water from the Source to the Tap: Ordering Our Priorities

Sept

Kim Plunkett: Learning Mechanism at an Early Age: Language and Cognitive Development

Oct

R. Paul Singh: Major Challenges in Food Engineering Research and Education

Oct

David J. Mooney: Future of Biomaterials Research

TBD

Patrick Maxwell: Fostering Careers in Academic Medicine: Lessons from the UK

TBD

W. Michael Reisman: Problems of Preemption in International Law

TBD

XU Lixin: The Effect of Aid on Growth: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment

TBD

Toshio Fukuda: Micro-Nano Mechatronics for Bio-Manipulation

TBD

Shixin, Jack Hu: Excellence College and its Development