National Sun Yat-Sen University hosted a bilateral online workshop to formulate future cooperation topics with University of Ruhuna on Feb 25th 2021.
Pic 1：Group photo of distinguished guests and speakers
Since Taiwan and Sri Lanka Environmental Change Sciences and Technology Innovation Center establishment, it had produced fruitful research results. Professor Ching Chang Hung (Dean, the college of Marine Sciences, Sun Yat-sen University) shared information on the current situation of eutrophic and hypoxic phenomena which investigated in Negombo Lagoon, Sri Lanka in the past two years. Professor Wei-Jen Huang shared function of mini pCO2 buoy which made by his lab. The mini pCO2 buoy with high temporal resolution that may solve the covariations between temporal and spatial variations in coastal environments such as lagoons, wetlands. Professor Shang-Yin Vanson Liu also announced a topic of the population connectivity and genetic diversity of Blue swimming crab (Portunus reticulatus) in Sri Lanka that will going to be cooperating with Sri Lanka in the future. At the end of the event, master and PhD students from Sri Lanka and Taiwan who were studies in NSYSU shared their research results at Sun Yat-Sen University, and live discussions were enthusiastic. With the platform of this center, it not only for develops, promotes and exchange current marine sciences education between Taiwan and Sri Lanka's top universities, but also enriches and the cultivation of marine science technology talents in two countries.
Pic 2：Online and on-site panelists received questions from the au
Pic3：Dr. Liu share a topicthat will be cooperating with Sri La