On November 19th, the “Silk Road Young Scholars Forum on Transportation Infrastructure”, and the “Foreigners in Chang’an - Interview with Youth from Silk and Road Countries”, hosted by the Shaanxi Provincial People's Government and undertaken by Chang'an University, were held in Xi'an. HUDAYBERENOV ATAJAN, a DMU doctoral student from Turkmenistan was invited to participate in the event as a representative of international students in the field of transportation infrastructure construction.
This forum attracted outstanding international student representatives from universities such as Chang'an University, Peking University, Southeast University, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), and Southwest Jiaotong University, including Dalian Maritime University. The students shared their academic achievements in the field of transportation infrastructure construction through podium presentations. HUDAYBERENOV ATAJAN gave an academic report titled "Research on Marine Power System with Closed Bus ties Structure", showcasing his research findings on the new closed-loop bus power supply structure in large-scale automated ship power stations. This study can assist large automated ships in providing a more stable power system, serving economic and environmental protection, and playing a role in the construction of maritime transportation infrastructure.
Silk Road Youth, Creating a Future Together. The International Students’ Education Center of DMU has always been committed to cultivating international talents in the field of transportation infrastructure, and aims to serve the "the Belt and Road" initiative, to constantly build a platform and bridge for promoting academic exchanges and mutual learning between China and foreign countries, and to continuously provide talent resources and think tanks for the development of transportation infrastructure.