This three-hour lecture/workshop introduces the basics of computational paper folding. In particular, we will focus on the Yoshimura pattern and learn how to transfer it from small scale paper model to large scale architecture.
Researchers from IUPUI, Tsinghua University, Beijing Normal University, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and others discuss the current advances in ecohydrology research in water-stressed environments and discuss potential research collaborations.
Researchers and instructors at Indiana University and the University of Science and Technology Beijing jointly offer a week-long workshop to provide technical training to professionals and graduate students.
A group of students and faculty from Indiana University East visits Beijing as a part of a study abroad course. The course discusses the contribution of China’s increasing political and economic clout over the last several decades to the cross-cutting and integrative processes of economic, political, and cultural globalization.
As a global phenomenon, pilgrimage facilitates interaction between peoples from countless cultures, occupations, and walks of life. In the 4th Global Conference, we will continue to explore the many personal, interpersonal, intercultural, and international dimensions.
Physicists from Indiana University, the Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP, Beijing), and several other international institutions will discuss experiments to study quarks that are currently ongoing in Beijing (at IHEP) and in Virginia (at Jefferson National Laboratory).
Researchers and instructors at Indiana University and Peking University jointly offer a three-day workshop to provide technical training to professionals and graduate students whose work or research is related to human health risk assessment.
Manchester Business School and Kelley School of Business have together launched a Dual-Degree MBA program. Jointly the two top UK and US institutions will offer MBA candidates a global program with state-of art access and flexibility at the same time. Gaining two MBA degrees over 2 years with exposure to 8 global centers in the UK, US, China, UAE and more.
The American Folklore Society and the China Folklore Society welcome Chinese and US advanced graduate students and new PhDs in the field of folklore studies to China with an orientation to Chinese folklore studies for the US student participants in the institute and the Chinese and US faculty.
Indiana University's Prof. Jorge José will describe how hidden information on how we move, that happens at a millisecond time scale, may provide cognitive quantitative information that sheds light into classifications of neurological disorders.
Representatives from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) will offer an information session to help prepare for study in the United States discussing both academic and social aspects of U.S. campus culture.
Professors Heidi Ross and Adam Maltese from Indiana University’s School of Education will host a symposium sharing recent research, discussing policies, and building a collaborative network of individuals on factors related to student persistence in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
International Admissions representatives from Indiana University Bloomington will host an information session for Chinese high school students and parents on U.S. undergraduate education and general IU Bloomington admission requirements.