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  • “Yao’s class”: Explore ways to cultivate innovative and acad...

      In 2004, after quitting his teaching job in USA, Dr. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao came to Tsinghua University and assumed the position of a full-time professor. Dr. Yao, a world-known computer scientist, the academician of National Academy of Sciences, the foreign academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences and also the winner of “Turing Award”, started his journey to cultivate world-leading talents of computer science in China. He established the experimental computer science program of Tsinghua University in 2005. Due to Dr. Yao’s great con......

  • 104th Anniversary remarks of the President

  • Inaugurations of Tsinghua University School of Economics and...

  • Xu Zhiping Group: Reveal the topological and geometrical eff...

  • Launch of Dubike: Concept Bicycle for the future

      If you are a fitness enthusiasts, then you must know some training techniques. Nowadays, wearable device can help measure heart rate, blood pressure, muscles, calorie consumption level, physiological index etc. and fitness App notifies you of the weather condition, health status, exercise history etc… In November 2014, Deep Learning Lab of Baidu, Inc. and the Academy of Arts & Design at Tsinghua University (THAAD)came together to come up with the design and development of a smart vehicle &ld......

  • President Qiu Yong Meets Apple CEO Tim Cook

  • Hunaneses in TsinghuaCampus

      In the vast and populous China, different regions influence different characteristics in various groups of people. This can be seen in the easygoing nature of residents in Beijing, the competency of whom live in Shanghai, the somewhat sarcastic humour of those from the Northeast, people all have different unique qualities depending on where they are from. People from Hunan are known to have the frankness typically seen in people from Northern China, the diligence and hard-working nature from the......

  • China's premier cheers on makers in a written reply to T...

  • “Gentle breeze” Calligraphy Exhibition