SDU Weihai Branch
Shandong University (SDU) was founded in 1901 in Shandong Province, the birthplace of Confucius. With 100 years of development, SDU has developed into a comprehensive university with courses covering ten fields, namely: literature, history, philosophy, science, engineering, medicine, economics, law, management and education. Known for its academic excellence and diverse life on campus, SDU attracts top students from across China and from about 30 countries.
Updated April 2001
1. Tang Shaoyi (1860-1938)
First President of Shandong University (Jinan) since 1901
2. Wang Shoupeng (1875-1929)
3. Yang Zhensheng (1890-1956)
4. Zhao Taimu (Zhao Qi) (1889-1968)
5. Lin Jiqing
6. Hua Gang (1903-1972)
7. Chao Zhepu (1894-1970)
8. Cheng Fangwu (1897-1984)
9. Wu Fuheng (1911-)
12. Zeng Fanren (1941-)
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You will also find that the year 2001 is our centennial, a significant milestone in the history of any institution. As we review our achievements and success in the past 100 year, we also look to the future and are committed to the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge with greater enthusiasm and investment of resources.
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Zhan Tao, Ph.D.
Born in April 1963 in Yanzhou, Shandong Province, Dr. Zhan Tao entered Shandong University in 1979, majoring in Mathematics, and received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degree in the same school. After his Ph.D. training in 1987, he began to work as a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics of Shandong University. From 1991, funded by The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, he was a visiting scientist in Freiburg University, Germany for two years. In 1993, he was promoted as professor of Mathematics and Deputy Dean of the Department of Mathematics of Shandong University. Since 1995, he served as Vice President of Shandong University. From October to November 1999, Dr. Zhan, worked in Australia as the Acting Vice President of Maqurie University on a Shadowing Program. On July 22, 2000, the former Shandong University, Shandong Medical University and Shandong University of Technology merged into a new Shandong University. Dr. Zhan Tao was appointed as president of Shandong University.
Dr. Zhan Tao has been long engaged in studying on several famous questions in the field of Number Theory. His achievements have drawn much attention and high appreciation, both in domestic and overseas fraternities. Because of his academic achievements, he was given the title "Chinese Ph.D. with Outstanding Contribution" by the Degree Committee of the State Council, one of the experts of China's "First Hundred Talents Project" and expert of the "Cross Century Talents Plan" by the Ministry of Education. In 1993 he became one of the youngest doctorate program supervisors in China. At present, he takes the offices of Standing Director of Chinese Mathematics Association, Chairman of Shandong Mathematics Association, Editor of Mathematics Journal (English Version), Standing Member of the State Youth Council and Standing Member of Shandong Provincial Scientific Association.
Zhan Tao, President, Professor & Doctorate Supervisor
Xu Xianming, Vice President, Professor & Doctorate Supervisor
Zhang Hua, Vice President & Associate Research Fellow
Li Chengjun, Vice President & Associate Research Fellow
Yu Xiuping, Vice President & Professor & Doctorate Supervisor
Zhang Tiqin, Vice President & Associate Research Fellow
Han Jinyuan, Vice President & Associate Research Fellow
In 1984, with the approval from the Ministry of Education, Shandong University set up a branch in Weihai, a scenic coastal city located in eastern part of Shandong Province. The campus covers an area of 120 hectares. About 2000 students study in eight departments of which offer totally 16 undergraduate program.
Chinese Language & Literature
Electronic System engineering
Address: 1 West Wenhua Road
Weihai, Shandong 264209