The project "joint CoRe" aims to establish a joint, sustainable center of research hosted by the Tonji University Shanghai / College of Transportation Engineering and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) / Institute of Transportation Systems .
The expansion of cooperation between the partners serves sustainable research with a focus on mobility and transport and their link to the environment and traffic safety. It enables joint, excellent and international research and education of young scientists from both countries and establishes the results in applied technology in Shanghai, China and Germany.
The research center combines the processes with the individual elements, each of them contributes to the development of the "joint CoRe". Based on the common basics (data, information, processes from both countries) the interlocking enables
- the research of methods and algorithms,
- the scientific analysis,
- the simulation of solution approaches,
- the data collection and application in the real world
and serves the international comparison. The center of research will provide the organizational framework, technical infrastructures and research- and work programs for long-term top-level research.
The DLR and the College of Transportation Engineering, Tongji University, celebrated the grand opening of the “DLR- Tongji Joint Center of Research for Mobility, Traffic-Safety and Environment" in Shanghai. Prof. Wu Jiang (Vize Präsident of the Tongji University) und Mr. Marc Hohloch (temporary Head of the Institute of Transportation Systems) signed the agreement for cooperation together with 20 experts of the two organisations. With this agreement they continue the successful collaboration between Germany and China in the field of sustainable traffic and mobility. The partners will work closely together to build a laboratory for environment and traffic safety and focus on the support of young scientists. The DLR is financially supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Tongji University is supported by the „111 Project on Transportation Safety Discipline“ of the Ministry of Education in China.