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Prof Cao welcomed at the Young Academy Groningen

12 April 2017

The Young Academy Groningen has appointed eight new members from diverse disciplines at the University of Groningen. Amongst them Prof. Ming Cao from the Discrete Technology & Production Automation of ENTEG. The Young Academy Groningen is a club for the University’s most talented, enthusiastic and ambitious young researchers. Its members come from all disciplines and have a passion for science and an interest in science policy, interdisciplinarity, diversity, internationalization, outreach, leadership and career development in academia.

Prof Ming Cao
Prof Ming Cao

Ming Cao is Professor of Networks and Robotics at ENTEG. Cao is trained as an electrical engineer and has a great interest in building mathematical models for complex systems. Within the Young Academy, he will promote the engineering profile of the University and consider matters from the viewpoint of an engineering researcher. Cao grew up in China, studied in the US and now works in the Netherlands. He will draw from his own international experience to strengthen the Young Academy’s role as a unique platform for internationalization.


Last modified:12 April 2017 2.57 p.m.

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