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*Note:

1. "Lecture Series on Chinese Economy and Society" is a course of 2 credits. Please note that these lectures are part of the summer camp organized by the School of Economics. Therefore the number of summer session students that can enroll in this course is limited (around 20). All the lectures of the course will start on July 15 and finish on July 26. Summer session students who choose the course should participate in all the lectures while the visits and activities of the camp are not open to summer session students. Choosing this option means no enrollment in any other content or language course of the summer session due to time conflict.
2. The Chinese language course is for students holding foreign passports only.
3. You can download the Course Schedule and Syllabus here.

History and Culture

Culture Resources of Cities in China

SHEN Han

Associate Professor

Department of History, Fudan University

City culture is a unique attraction for the visitors to gain a special experience and education. This course examines the culture resources of the cities in China and develops a theoretical framework to understand the development of city culture for city destinations. Through field trips to the main cultural attractions in Shanghai, students are required to analyze the development plans and marketing strategies for these destinations.

Instructor:

Prof. SHEN Han received her PhD from China Academy of Social Sciences, Master in Marketing from Nottingham University, UK and Bachelor in Economics from Fudan University. She has worked at Hong Kong Polytechnic University as a post-doctoral fellow (2006-2008), at George Washington University (2012) and Pennsylvania State University (2014-2015) as a Visiting Scholar. Dr. SHEN has published more than 50 academic papers and 5 books in the research fields of city culture development, city tourism, consumer behavior and destination marketing.

A Culture Exploration Tour: Miraculous Traditional Chinese Medicine

ZHANG Tiansong

Professor

Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University

The course aims at introducing the culture system of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), including the basic theory (yin-yang and five elements), basic skills and basic manipulation (acupuncture, massage, cupping, etc.). It would present and discuss about Chinese mythologies such as “Pan Gu separating heaven and earth” and “Shennong tasted hundreds of herbals”, basic concepts of TCM like Yin-yang, basic skills of TCM such as tongue diagnosis, acupuncture and moxibustion, manipulation, and so on. Students can also intuitively learn and master the Tai Chi boxing or Yi-Gin-Ching.

Instructor:

Prof. ZHANG Tiansong received his PhD & MD from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has been working at Jing'an District Central Hospital of Fudan University as an attending physician (2001-2003), associate chief physician (2003-2011), chief physician (2011-), and at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine as an adjunct associate professor (2005-2012), adjunct professor (2012-). Dr. ZHANG has published more than 150 academic papers and 10 books in the research fields of TCM, EBM, Statistics, and Data Mining. He was invited to speak at many conferences and training courses in the fields of TCM and EBM.

Introduction to Modern Chinese History (Cancelled due to the health condition of the teacher)

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SI Jia

Professor

Department of History, Fudan University

This course will provide you with a basic grounding in the subject, which is a very important aspect of pre-modern Chinese history. The readings will introduce you to a series of reforms carried out by different social and political groups in the 19th- and early 20th- century China, when the last imperial dynasty was in imminent danger of falling apart. The course also examines the international relations between China and other major countries during the first half of the 20th century, helping the audience understand the historical significance of events before the eve of revolutionary Republican era, and the discourse of China's modernization after the establishment of New China in 1949.

Instructor:

Prof. SI Jia received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006 and now is a professor of History at Fudan University. Her research focuses on modern Chinese history and the history of Sino-Western cultural exchanges, and extends to the history of publishing, culture and reading. She is the author of Circulation of English in China: Speakers, Historical Texts, and a New Linguistic Landscape (2009) and Chinese-English Contact and Cultural Exchanges in Modern China (2016). She was elected Haney Foundation Fellow from 2001 to 2002 and a visiting scholar of École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France in 2014.

History of Shanghai in the Modern Era

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SUN Qing

Associate Professor

Department of History, Fudan University

This course focuses on the emergence of Shanghai as one of the largest and most dynamic cities in modern China through an exploration of the city's economic structure and development, as well as local politics, taking into account the influence of factors like population diversity, western influence, and Shanghai's unique historical situation. All of the important geographical factors like early trade links and the role of treaty ports and foreign influence in the history of Shanghai will be analyzed. This serves as an underpinning for discussion and analysis.

Instructor:

Dr. SUN Qing obtained her PhD and Master Degree from the Department of History, Fudan University. She worked in the Chinese Civilization Centre, City University of Hong Kong as Senior Research Associate (2007-2008) and was the youngest project member in the research project-A Quantitative Study of the Formation of Certain Modern Chinese Political Concepts. She has published two reports based on this research in two journals: The Renaissance and Modern Review and published a book: Western Politics (xi zheng) in Late Qing Period China and its Indigenous Response.

Society and Politics

Chinese Media and Politics in the Context of Globalization

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SHEN Guolin

Associate Professor

School of Journalism, Fudan University

This course introduces students to the background of China's political institution and culture and provides an overview of the relationship between China's media and politics in a global context. By the end of the course, the students will have acquired a broad perspective of China's political communication and gain familiarity with China's media system and its political consequences. Four general topics will be explored: media and China's revolution; media policy; trajectory of media reform; media and international relations. For each topic, the course will be conducted with two lectures and one seminar. The students will be divided into several groups, each of which will give a presentation on each topic.

Instructor:

Prof. SHEN Guolin is an associate professor at the School of Journalism of Fudan University and research fellow of Fudan Center for Information and Communication Studies. He received his PhD Degree in Mass Communication in 2006, and his interests focus on political communication and international communication. As a Fox International Fellow at Yale University from 2006 to 2007, He has published two books including Focus on Capitol Hill: U.S. Congress and Media (Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2005) and U.S. Government Propaganda via Media (Shanghai: Shanghai People Press, 2007), which won the first class prize of Shanghai Social Sciences Academic Publication Award in 2008. He is also the translator of Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy Of Intellectual Property (Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2009) and published his article "Win-lose or mutual understanding: American public diplomacy toward China" in Philip Seib eds, American Public Diplomacy: Reinventing U.S. Foreign Policy (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).

Social Media and Social Networking

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HAN Gang

Assistant Professor

Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, Iowa State University

This issue-driven, student-centered course discusses both the theories and practices regarding social networking and converged/integrated communication via social media today. This course also examines interrelationships among media, communication, politics, economy, technology, business, social institutions, and individuals, as well as a variety of issues concerning the role and influence of social media and social networking in the society as a whole. This course is designed for students from various disciplines or programs of study.

Instructor:

Prof. HAN Gang obtained his PhD in Mass Communications from S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University in 2007, Master of Arts in Journalism, Journalism School, Fudan University in 2000 and Bachelor in Economics from International Business School, Nankai University in 1994. His research field focuses on mediated health risk communication, news framing and framing effects, public relations, strategic communication.

American Politics and Foreign Policy

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WANG Hao

Assistant Professor

Center for American Studies, Fudan University

This course aims to help students to get some basic knowledge about American politics and foreign policy. It includes the introduction of American political thoughts, political institution, political culture and political process; meanwhile, it will also tell students how American foreign policies are made, their strategic goals and ways to achieve these goals. In sum, this course will deepen students' understanding of America and its relations with the outside world, thus broadening their international horizon.

Instructor:

Dr. WANG graduated from the School of International Relations, Renmin University of China in 2011 and received a bachelor's degree in Law. From 2014 to 2015, he was a visiting scholar in the Department of Politics, Columbia University. In 2016, he obtained a doctor's degree in Law from the School of International Relations, Renmin University of China. After graduation, he joined Fudan University as teaching faculty and was selected into Shanghai Pujiang Talent Program in 2017. 

Psychology and Life

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YANG Jinmian

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychology, Fudan University

This course is designed to introduce students to the broad field of psychology. We will cover topics such as perception, attention, memory, language, emotion, motivation and personality etc. Students will be introduced to the basics of the scientific method and are encouraged to come up with their own empirical questions about psychology. At the end of the class, you will have a solid understanding of basic concepts, methods and results in the study of this field and will be able to appreciate and critically evaluate the basic meaning, if not every detail, of novel findings in psychology and neuroscience.

Instructor:

Dr. YANG Jinmian received her PhD in psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and was postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, San Diego. She is now working at Fudan University and is a Shanghai Pujiang Scholar.
Dr. YANG is currently an assistant professor at the Department of Psychology, School of Public Development and Social Policy, Fudan University. Her main research interests include eye movements during reading Chinese and English and has published about 20 papers in English.

China's Belt and Road and Its Impact in Developing Countries

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CHEN Xiangming

Professor

Center for Urban and Global Studies, Trinity College
School of Social Development and Public Policy, Fudan University

This course aims to provide a broad and balanced picture of China's even growing presence and influence in the developing world, before and since the launch of its Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) in 2013. This course will expose students to readings about China in the developing world from Chinese and international sources and perspectives that shed light on the diversity and complexity of this topic. A closely related objective of the course is to encourage students to think critically about the strengths and lessons of China's development model and experience that other developing countries should assess and learn in pursuing their own development paths.

Instructor:

Prof. CHEN Xiangming is Dean and Director of the Center for Urban and Global Studies and Paul Raether Distinguished Professor of Global Urban Studies and Sociology at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and Guest Professor in the School of Social Development and Public Policy at Fudan University in Shanghai, China. He has published extensively on globalization, cities, and regional development. He has co-authored and co-edited several books including As Borders Bend: Transnational Spaces on the Pacific Rim (Rowman & Littlefield, 2005), Shanghai Rising: State Power and Local Transformations in a Global Megacity (University of Minnesota Press, 2009; Chinese edition, 2009), and Global Cities, Local Streets: Everyday Diversity from New York to Shanghai (Routledge, 2016; Chinese edition 2016; Korean edition 2017). He was instrumental in creating and is currently a Senior Contributor for the “China & the World” series at The European Financial Review. He has consulted for the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, the Brookings Institution, and the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Social Networks and Chinese Society

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TIAN Feng

Associate Professor

School of Social Development and Public Policy, Fudan University

This course provides an overview of the application of social networks in Chinese society. Topics covered in this class include the meaning of social networks in Chinese, its cultural, institutional, and structural roots, its everyday practice, as well as its application for contemporary economic and social life. Through the course, students will obtain a richer understanding of Chinese social networks and its relevance to contemporary Chinese society.

Instructor:

Prof. TIAN obtained her BA from Renmin University of China, MS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her PhD from Duke University. She is working as an associate professor in the School of Social Development and Public Policy, Fudan University.

Business and Economy

Topics in Development Economics

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LIU Yu

Assistant Professor

School of Economics, Fudan University

This course is designed to portray some of the facts in a broad range of developing countries. It covers several topics in recent development economics literature with a focus on property right, taxation, and corruption in low-income countries. It examines how these institutions evolve with income. It introduces a variety of methodological approaches to address a number of empirical questions, such as what is the value of political connection in Indonesia, does third-party reporting reduce pollution in India, and why some countries have more complicated government hierarchy whereas others do not. The course aims to build up students' critical-thinking skills through reading the most recent empirical development economics literature and participating in class discussion. Students are expected to be able to conduct independent empirical study on their own after the course.

Instructor:

Dr. LIU Yu received his PhD in Economics from Yale University in 2014. He has been offering the English-instructed course of Development Economics at Fudan University since March, 2015. His research interests include political economy and development economics.

International Trade

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XIE Yiqing

Assistant Professor

School of Economics, Fudan University

The purpose of this course is to help students understand the basics of international trade and the effects of various international economic policies on domestic and world welfare, with an empirical focus on Chinese trade and foreign direct investment. The course will highlight sources of comparative advantage, gains and losses from trade, the impact of trade on economic growth, and effects of trade policy interventions such as tariffs, quotas, voluntary export restraints, and export subsidies. In doing so, it will emphasize both theoretical (analytical) models as well as empirical studies of how well those models fit “real world” data. Moreover, the course will frequently compare and contrast alternative theories/conceptions of the nature of international trade and the gains or losses thereof. Understanding the economic intuitions behind the technically demanding models as well as thinking critically about the assumptions behind the theories and how well they fit actual trading economies will be a major focus. The instructor will try to strike a balance between the "extensive" and the "intensive" margins of the course materials: the extensive margin refers to an overview of various topics in the field of international trade, while the intensive margin means technical training and empirical real-life cases in China on selected topics.

Instructor:

Dr. XIE Yiqing received her PhD in Economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2012. She has been teaching Economics including microeconomics, macroeconomics and international economics since 2008 at the University of Colorado at Boulder, the University of North Dakota and Fudan University. Her research interest is international economics and foreign direct investment. 

e-Business in China

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DAI Weihui

Professor

Department of Information Management and Information Systems, School of Management, Fudan University

This course aims to help students to understand the development situation, distinctive characteristics, and application status of e-business in China, to have a good command of e-Business fundamental knowledge, as well as to promote international exchanges and cultural communication.

The course contents mainly include the following three parts:

(1) The development and status of e-business in China;

(2) Basic knowledge of e-business and case study;

(3) Design of cross-border e-business solutions. 

Through the analysis of both China's domestic cases and cross-border e-business cases, this course will enable students to figure out the key points of e-business customer analysis and business model design under different cultural backgrounds.

Instructor:

Prof. DAI Weihui received his PhD of Biomedical Engineering, Master in Automotive Electronics as well as Bachelor in Measurement Technology and Automatic Control from Zhejiang University. He has worked at MIT Sloan School of Management (2000-2001) , Yunan University (2002), Chonnam National University (2002-2003) and Columbia University (2014-2015) as a visiting scholar. Prof. DAI has received more than 20 awards on research and teaching during his teaching at Fudan University.

Industrial Organization

HO Chun-yu

Associate Professor

Department of Economics, State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany

This course provides you an understanding of the relationship between market structure, economic efficiency and social welfare. In particular, this course emphasizes the policy implications of economic theory through discussing antitrust cases.

This course starts to examine the efficiency effects under competitive or monopoly cases. Then, we will examine the efficiency implications of business practices used by dominant firms, including bundling, pricing, capacity expansion and product introduction. In the second part of the course, we discuss collusion, horizontal mergers and vertical mergers.

Instructor:

Prof. HO Chun-yu earned his PhD in economics from Boston University and his MPhil in economics and BSc in economics and finance from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Before joining SUNY, he was an assistant professor of economics at the Georgia Institute of Technology and an associate professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He also held visiting positions at Bank of Finland (Institute for Economies in Transition), Hong Kong Institute of Monetary Research and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include empirical industrial organization, economic development, and applied econometrics. He published papers in various peer-reviewed journals including International Economic Review, Journal of Econometrics, International Journal of Industrial Organization and Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

China's Modern Economy

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LI Dan

Professor

School of Economics, Fudan University

HO Chun-yu

Associate Professor

Department of Economics, State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany

One of the most disruptive events to the global order in recent history is that U.S. surpassed U.K. as the world's largest economy in the last century. However, China is expected to outrun U.S. as the world's largest economy in the 21st century. For anyone who wants to be globally literate, a basic familiarity with this most dynamic and enormous economy is a must. What factors contribute to the rise of China? How to profit from this growing and huge market? How did/will the rise affect the rest of the world? What are the challenges threatening the sustainable development of China? This course is designed to answer the above questions from multiple perspectives of economy, business, culture, and politics. We will first investigate the historical legacy and its impact on current economic development. Next, we will study the major economic players (governments and various types of firms) and their interactions. Then, we investigate human capital development and technology progress, which are believed to be the keys to future growth. In the fourth part, we identify the challenges undercutting its economic performance with emphasis on the unbalanced economic development pattern. Finally, we look at how China interacts with the rest of the world.

Instructor:

Prof. LI Dan received her PhD from Boston University in 2008. Her research fields include Economic History, Development Economics, and Urban Economics & Regional Science. She has published in the top journals in her related research fields including Economic History Review, Journal of International Money and Finance, World Development, The Review of Development Economics, etc. Her current research interests focus on the bond market development in Pre-war Republican China (1912-1937) and the unbalanced regional development in today's China.

Prof. HO Chun-yu earned his PhD in economics from Boston University and his MPhil in economics and BSc in economics and finance from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Before joining SUNY, he was an assistant professor of economics at the Georgia Institute of Technology and an associate professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He also held visiting positions at Bank of Finland (Institute for Economies in Transition), Hong Kong Institute of Monetary Research and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include empirical industrial organization, economic development, and applied econometrics. He published papers in various peer-reviewed journals including International Economic Review, Journal of Econometrics, International Journal of Industrial Organization and Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

International Finance

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FAN Xiaoyan

Assistant Professor

School of Economics, Fudan University

This course focuses on the theory and practice of international finance, introducing the concepts and theories of exchange rates and balance of payments, followed by macroeconomic policies in an open economy. We are going to cover the most important issues of international economy in the last 20 years, and equip you with the following tools: (1) Basic concepts of international finance, such as the exchange rates, the balance of payments, the main types of financial crises, etc. (2) Mainstream theory and analysis frameworks, including the workhorse models of a small-open economy, policy games between countries, and causes of financial crises. (3) Useful empirical analysis skills, ranging from data collection, statistical description, to econometric analysis.

Instructor:

Dr. FAN obtained her PhD from the School of Economics, Fudan University in 2005. She is currently an assistant professor in the Economics Department of the School of Economics, Fudan University. Her research field is macroeconomics. She teaches macroeconomics, international finance, and mathematical economics and has published papers in academic journals such as Economic Research and World Economy. She had hosted research projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation and Shanghai Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science. The "Macroeconomics" textbook authored by Dr. Fan and Prof. Yuan Zhigang won the first prize of Excellent Teaching Materials Award of Shanghai Excellent Universities (2011).

Introduction to Investment Decisions

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FANG Shuhong

Associate Professor

Department of Finance, School of Management, Fudan University

Based on practical cases and financial news,this course provides a very primary introduction to the modern investment theory. It focuses on the background for making investment decisions such as the concepts of assets and liabilities, game theory, adverse selection and moral hazard, investors’ rationality and basic knowledge of sssets valuation. It will show the investment decisions are tightly related to the market structure, market information and the investors' behavior.

Instructor:

Dr. FANG Shuhong obtained his PhD in Applied Mathematics from Fudan University, his master from Lanzhou University and his bachelor in Mathematics from Anhui Normal University. He has worked as a visiting scholar in the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (1996-1997) and MIT Sloan School of Management (1998). Till now, he has published more than 20 academic papers and finished several research projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.

Fundamentals of Marketing

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FENG Jie

Associate Professor

State University of New York (SUNY) at Oneonta

This introductory marketing course is primarily organized around the four elements of marketing mixes: product, price, place (distribution) and promotion. The course also covers marketing research methods, customer behavior, segmentation, targeting, differentiation, positioning, digital marketing and global marketing.

Instructor:

Dr. FENG Jie obtained his PhD from Marketing, Lubar School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, his master from Communication Management, University of Alabama Birmingham and his bachelor from Advertising and Journalism, Zhejiang University. He has worked as the teaching assistant in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2006-2010), and now works as an associate professor of marketing in State University of New York (SUNY) at Oneonta. He published papers in journals like Journal of Business Theory and Practice, Journal of Interactive Marketing and were awarded with Lubar Doctoral Scholorship, which is the highest award for doctoral students in the Lubar Business School.

Corporate Finance

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ZHANG Xiaorong

Associate Professor

School of Management, Fudan University

This is a preliminary course in finance major. The objective is to provide students with fundamental financial concepts and theories as well as the applications in making corporate financial decisions. It is also a precedent of many advanced courses in the finance track, including Financial Markets and Institutions, Investments, Futures and Options, and Multinational Business Finance.

The teaching content is composed of four parts. Part I introduces basic concepts in finance such as financial assets, opportunity cost, PVs, FVs, and NPVs. Part II demonstrates how to make firm investment decisions based on the calculation of project PV and other criteria. Part III explains why the opportunity cost of capital (the required rate of return, or the discount rate) is determined in the security market, or, the CAPM. Part IV discusses financing decisions, mainly how to finance with debt and equity and decide the optimal capital structure. Short-term financial decisions, financial statements analysis and other advanced topics in corporate finance will NOT be covered.

Instructor:

Dr. ZHANG got her PhD in Management Science and Engineering at Fudan University, her master's degree in Computer Science and Engineering at Southeast University, and her bachelor's degree in Computer Science at East China Normal University. She has worked as a visiting scholar at Columbia University (2008-2009) and MIT Sloan School of Management (2000).

Lecture Series on Chinese Economy and Society

A quick way to know a country is to stay in the country and interact with local people. However, acquiring a deeper understanding of a nation requires more effort. Communicating with intellectuals in the host country will be the most efficient way to understand a different culture from yours. The Lecture Series on Chinese Economy and Society is designed and provided by Fudan School of Economics to facilitate knowledge-building and equip you with a thorough understanding of the Chinese economy and society in the past, present and future.

The lectures will be delivered by top scholars in relevant research fields from Fudan University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and LSE. There will be 25 90-minute lectures, which will all finish on July 26. Each lecture equals 2 credit hours. The students of FISS can choose to earn 2 credits by attending all the lectures while the activities and visits are not open to FISS students. A paper on a lecture-related topic is required as the final assessment of this course. Please refer to www.econ.fudan.edu.cn/summercamp for the exact schedule of the lectures.

Note:
Please note that these lectures are part of the summer camp organized by the School of Economics. Therefore, the number of summer session students that can enroll in this course is limited (around 20). Choosing to take the lecture series entails it would be hard to enroll in other content or language course of the summer session due to time conflicts. Find the course schedule in the courses section at www.econ.fudan.edu.cn/summercamp.

Instructors:

Instructors from home and abroad will be invited to give lectures in this course. For more information about the instructors please refer to www.econ.fudan.edu.cn/summercamp

ZHANG Jun

Changjiang Professor

Dean of School of Economics

Fudan University


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WAN Guanghua

Professor

School of Economics

Fudan University


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MA Debin

Associate Professor

Department of Economic History

London School of Economics


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Peng Xizhe

Professor

School of Social Development and Social Policy

Fudan University


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LI Dan

Professor

Assistant Dean of School of Economics

Fudan University


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Science and Technology

Diversity of the Healthcare Service in Shanghai

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LAI Yanni

Professor

Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University

The course focuses on introducing the diversity and rapid development of healthcare service in Shanghai. Shanghai has a reputation for having the best medical facilities in Mainland China, serving its 25 million permanent population and residents from the other provinces. Even for expats, there is no worry in finding quality healthcare when needed. The healthcare system in Shanghai covers public hospitals, private hospitals, international hospitals or clinics for the foreigners such as Parkway and United Family Hospital. The application of IT, including AI and mobile medical helps the rapid evolvement of healthcare in Shanghai, for example, cloud hospital. The medical costs and mode of payment also differ from each other. In general, it is accessible for different kinds of patients.

Instructor:

Dr. LAI Yanni is Vice Chief of the Medical Education Office at Fudan University, an expert of NMEC and the group leader of OSCE as well as a certified professional of Clinical Medicine Science. Dr. LAI graduated from Fudan University in 2001. She has been working as an endocrinologist at Huashan Hospital and Vice Chief of the Medical Education Office at Fudan University since 2001 and was Vice Chief of the Education Department (2005-2010) and Assistant Chief of the Science and Education Department in Shanghai Health Bureau (2010-2011).

Foundation of Data Science

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CAO Yingjun

Assistant Professor

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, UC San Diego

The class, Foundation of Data Science, is designed to be a freshman level data science class that focuses on the fundamentals of data science with some primary introductions of basic machine learning algorithms near the end of the class. Instead of focusing on the theory of machine learning and data analysis, we will get started with data analysis directly. The course content is primarily based on the undergraduate course The Foundations of Data Science from UC- Berkeley.

Instructor:

Dr. CAO Yingjun received his PhD in Computer Engineering from Duke University (Durham, NC, USA). His primary research interest is Computer Science Education with a focus on collaborative learning. He is also involved in more traditional research on network data analysis and distributed learning. Dr. CAO has been teaching in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of California, San Diego since 2015.

Understanding Mathematics

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YING Jiangang

Professor

School of Mathematical Science, Fudan University

This course aims to provide an introduction of fundamental concept and analytical tools in mathematics to undergraduate students majoring in mathematics, sciences, engineering and economics. This course contains basic ideas and knowledge in number theory, calculus, analysis, linear algebra, differential equation and probability. Part of the results will be given a rigorous proof to show you what real mathematics is. To take this course, students are only assumed to have a good command of knowledge of elementary mathematics included in high school and minimum knowledge of undergraduate mathematics.

Instructor:

Prof. YING Jiangang obtained his PhD in mathematics from the University of California San Diego, and his Master and Bachelor in mathematics from Nankai University. He worked at Zhejiang University (1993-2001) and has been working at Fudan University since 2001. He has been teaching calculus, ODE, linear algebra, probability and many others in English.

Frontiers in Materials Science

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LIANG Ziqi

Professor

Department of Materials Science, Fudan University

This course is designed for students to learn about the contemporary frontiers of materials science fields with a goal of expanding their knowledge scope, advancing their capability of scientific report and presentation, and establishing their basic knowledge of research areas.

Instructor:

Prof. LIANG Ziqi received his PhD from the Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, the Pennsylvania State University, Master from the Dept. of Chemistry, the University of California at Riverside and Bachelor from the Dept. of Polymer Science and Engineering, East China University of Science and Technology & Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He worked at the University of Cambridge (2006-2008) as postdoctoral associate and National Renewable Energy Laboratory as postdoctoral researcher. Dr. LIANG has published more than 50 academic papers and received several awards on academic performance.

Law

IPR in China

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WANG Jun

Professor

School of Law, Fudan University

This course provides an introduction to China's Intellectual Property Law, and an in-depth survey of Chinese Legal Tradition & Legal Philosophy on a historic-cultural analysis basis. The students will also learn about the unspoken rules of cultural-genetic application of laws and regulations in China, helping students gain a better understanding of Chinese legal culture as a part of business environment. With a focus on Copyright Law, Patent Law, Trade Mark Law and Legal Protection of Trade Secrets, doctrine-hermeneutics and case-analysis will be applied in each part of the course. SME's IP strategy, the enforcement of IPR and dispute settlement will be discussed in the class.

Instructor:

Prof. WANG Jun (James) joined Fudan University Law School after he graduated from Peking University in 1985. He received his Master's degree on Civil Law & Civil Procedure at Fudan University in 2003. Prof. WANG has been working as a visiting scholar at the University of Konstanz and guest speaker of the EMBA program at the University of St. Gallen. He has been a registered lawyer since 1994, focusing on IP proceedings and civil litigations. He is also an arbitrator in the Arbitration Committee of Jinhua Municipality, Zhejiang Province.

Chinese Legal Culture

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SHI Daxiao

Associate Professor

Fudan University Law School

This course will examine the spirit of Chinese law from a historical perspective, with a particular emphasis on its political context. We will explore the early transition of Chinese politics and law by the 2nd century B.C.E. (including doctrines of Confucian and legalist schools), development and spirits of imperial codes, mechanism of judicial administration in criminal and civil justice, local mediation, and family law.

Instructor:

Prof. SHI Daxiao obtained his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from Peking University, PhD in Foreign Legal History from Peking University Law School. His research interests include the history of foreign legal systems, the history of Western legal thoughts, and jurisprudence. He has translated classic works of foreign legal history such as European Law: Past and Future: Unity and Diversity in Two Thousand Years, and Common Law Tradition.

Chinese Language Courses

There will be a Chinese Placement Test before the official start of the classes in order to carefully evaluate the Chinese level of every one. Students will be given suggestions on which level is most suitable to them. Please note the Chinese language course is for students holding foreign passports only.

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Chinese Kongfu

Chinese Kongfu, (also known as Wushu or martial arts) is one of the most well known physical arts of traditional Chinese culture which is also probably one of the earliest and longest-lasting sports using both brawn and brain. Based upon classical Chinese philosophy, Kongfu has developed as a unique combination of exercise, practical self-defense, self-discipline and art over its long history. It could be divided into two types: "external Kongfu" and "internal Kongfu". In external Kongfu, you exercise your tendons, bones, and skin. In internal Kongfu, you train your spirit, Qi, and mind.

The course aims to introduce Chinese traditional culture to students through Chinese Kongfu training experience, and improve their physical fitness. The students will learn the basic self-defense, and have experience of Jing (Spirit), Qi (Air), Shen (Concentration of Mind) in Chinese Kongfu.

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KONG Fanhui

Mr. Kong received his master degree from Beijing Sport University, one of the top 5 sport universities in China. He was an outstanding professional athlete, and won 33 gold medals, 9 silver medals and 4 bronze medals, including 4 gold medals from world class competitions, during his 22-year athlete career. He was awarded National Master Sportsman, and at Sixth Grade of Chinese Kongfu. He is also a National First Class Referee of Chinese Kongfu and the fifth-generation successor of Xingyi Quan. He is good at more than 20 different types of Chinese Kongfu, and has given performance of some of them in national foreign exchange activities. He is now an assistant professor of Department of Physical Education,Fudan University and the coach of Fudan Kongfu Team. His students have won 6 gold medals, 2 silver medals and 2 bronze medals in the national competitions.

Chinese Folk Dance

When one speaks of folk dances in connection with Chinese culture, most people today think of the quaint folk dances of ethnic minorities, forgetting that the forefathers of the "tribe" that would later be referred to as the Han Chinese were perhaps the first Chinese people to make use of ritual dancing. The early Chinese folk dances, like other forms of primitive art, were essentially ritual enactments of superstitious beliefs performed in the hope of a good harvest, or – in the case of the earliest Chinese folk dances – in the hope of a good hunt, since the earliest Chinese folk dances were performed by hunter-gatherer folk.

In spite of modern-day realities, i.e., in spite of the fact that the descendants of these ancient farmer-gatherers now have more stable forms of agriculture – and many of them are no longer employed in agriculture at all, but have office jobs – the ritual dances continue, even if the ancient superstition may have been superseded with a modern belief that in upholding the traditions of the past, including the communal folk dance, one might therewith reinforce social cohesion and help to preserves one's cultural identity.

This course will focus on the teaching of two types of Chinese folk dance: long-sleeve dance and peacock dance (or traditional Chinese Mongolian dance), including their historical and cultural background as well as the basic moves. Students will practice the basic dance techniques and will learn an excerpt from a performance of each of these two types of dances and rehearse for the performance at the farewell party.

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FENG Ping

Prof. FENG is Associate Professor at Fudan University and the head coach of Fudan Artistic Sports Team.She is highly experienced in Chinese folk dance and has studied Chinese folk dance for many years. She was the chief choreographer of the theatrical show of Chinese folk dance (Yi ethnic minority) Axi Dancing in the Moonlight (A Xi Tiao Yue) and has much experience in stage performance and choreography.

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