Guilin University of Technology is situated in the city Guilin in Guangxi, China.Guilin University of Technology is located in Guilin which is recognized as one of the most famous scenic cities in the world. Since its founding in 1956, the University has maintained its commitment to promoting and maintaining excellence in teaching and research, having nurtured large numbers of outstanding talents and made significant contributions to the thriving and prosperity of the nation, especially to the development of the local economy. The University is very proud of its extensive research programmes, its international reputation and its excellent record of graduate employment. There are approximately more than 19,000 students studying a wide range of courses at the University in the heart of Guilin’s city centre. At present, it offers 59 undergraduate programmes and 35 postgraduate programmes varied from Management, Economies, Art, Literature, Engineering, Science, Agriculture etc. as well as the Chinese Language Courses designed for international students. As well as a multicultural mix in the student body, the University has been highlighting the international exchange and cooperative links with the well-known universities and institutions overseas, making the University a real multicultural community. Students from more than 30 countries find the University internationalized and you will be among friends from the start.Welcome to the Guilin University of TechnologyOn behalf of the staff and students at Guilin University of Technology, I am pleased to express our sincere welcome to our friends from all over the world. China is an ancient country with a history of over 5,000 years. It has a long history and brilliant culture, as well as beautiful natural scenery. China is also one of the rapid-developing countries with full of energy and vitality globally. Guilin University of Technology , founded in 1956, is situated in the world-famous scenic city of Guilin, China. There are 19 colleges with 70 undergraduate programmes and 45 postgraduate programmes at GUT and it has more than 23,000 full-time students, among whom more than 2,000 are postgraduates. GUT has developed into a university of multiple disciplines, with the discipline of engineering taking the lead and the coordinated development of the disciplines of liberal arts, science, management, business, law and agriculture. etc. GUT has also established close and friendly relations with more than 100 universities from 25 countries, signed agreements of exchange, skills training, and scientific research cooperation with 45 of these universities. With the provision of well-designed curriculum and modern language learning facilities, our highly qualified and internationally experienced teachers have been providing excellent quality instruction to students of various needs. Our well-equipped scientific labs also provide excellent services to our overseas collaborative partners I sincerely welcome you to join GUT to have a new and exciting educational and research experience in China. Dr. Xie QinglinPresidentGuilin University of TechnologyChinaEdited by Laijun Wikipedia.
Xiong B.,Guilin University of Technology
Journal of Geophysics and Engineering | Year: 2011
This paper presents a 2.5-dimensional finite element forward algorithm for calculating transient electromagnetic responses by a magnetic source when the conductivity varies continuously within each block. The main differences between this method and those in previous works are as follows: the conductivity parameter in a mesh cell varies linearly but is not a uniform value; in modelling transient electromagnetic method (TEM) data, the electromagnetic field is separated into a primary (background) and a secondary (scattered) field to avoid a source singularity. The background field is solved by an analytical method where only the components of electric and magnetic fields along-strike of a geoelectric structure are computed, and the secondary field caused by anomalous bodies is computed numerically. Finally, numerical checks of several typical examples against analytical solutions show that the solution provides accurate results. © 2011 Nanjing Geophysical Research Institute.
Yu X.-Z.,Guilin University of Technology
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology | Year: 2014
Cyanide is a simple nitrogenous compound that arises from both anthropogenic and natural sources. Plants vary considerably in their physiological and biochemical responses to different species of exogenous cyanides from reduced growth to inhibition on enzymatic activities. Also, great differences in uptake, assimilation and toxicity between free cyanide and iron cyanide have been observed. Unlike botanical uptake of free cyanide chiefly achieved by simple diffusion, iron cyanides have long been considered membrane impermeable and a protein-mediated uptake mode has been proposed. Biological fate of cyanides in plant materials is highly dependent on speciation of cyanides present. Natural development of degradation of free cyanide in plants is very obvious, where the β-cyanoalanine pathway has been widely distributed in higher plants and the production of asparagine and aspartate associated with cyanide assimilation is suggestive. Because phyto-dissociation of iron cyanides into free cyanide in plant materials is not a mandatory process involved in phyto-assimilation, plants probably metabolized them through an undiscovered degradation pathway rather than the β-cyanoalanine pathway. Available information shows phyto-assimilation of endogenous cyanide into nitrogen metabolism; however, additional efforts to fully elucidate presence of essential enzymes involved and their proteomic or DNA expression quantitatively are needed to prove and clarify phyto-benefits of assimilation of exogenous cyanide in plant nutrition. © 2014, Islamic Azad University (IAU).
Xia X.,Guilin University of Technology
Laser and Particle Beams | Year: 2014
In the paper, nonlinear structure of electromagnetic field, electron temperature, and electron density in interaction with relativistic laser and collisional underdense rippled plasma are investigated. The results are shown that due to the combination influence of relativistic effect, ohmic heating and plasma density ripple, electromagnetic field profile presents obvious asynchronism, which the peak of electric field run ahead of the peak of magnetic field. Furthermore, the electromagnetic field profiles show obvious non-sinusoidal, and the profile of electron temperature and density become highly peaked. Especially, compared with the previous work, due to the added influence of plasma density ripple, electromagnetic field, electron temperature and electron density present obvious oscillation along plasma length rather than stabilization amplitude, and their peak are out of sync. Copyright © 2014 Cambridge University Press.
Shao Y.,Guilin University of Technology
Neurocomputing | Year: 2012
A class of BAM neural networks with time-varying delays and impulses is proposed in this paper. By using Mawhin's continuation theorem, some analysis techniques and Lyapunov functional, sufficient conditions ensuring the existence of exponential periodic attractor of this system are established. The main results are much different from previously known results [9,18,28]. Applications and an illustrative example are given to show the effectiveness of our main results. © 2012 Elsevier B.V..
Wu Q.,Guilin University of Technology
Journal of Systems Science and Complexity | Year: 2011
The strong consistency of M estimators of the regression parameters in linear models for ρ̃-mixing random errors under some mild conditions is established, which is an essential improvement over the relevant results in the literature on the moment conditions and mixing errors. Especially, Theorem of Wu (2005) is improved essentially on the moment conditions. © 2011 Institute of Systems Science, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, CAS and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.