Conference Venue

Future City Campus of China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China

Address: No. 68, Jincheng Street, Donghu New Technology Development Zone, Wuhan City, Hubei Province


China University of Geosciences (CUG), founded in 1952, is a national key university affiliated with the Ministry of Education. It is also listed in the National "211 Project", the "985 Innovation Platform for Advantageous Disciplines" and the "Double First-class Plan". CUG, featuring geosciences, is a comprehensive university that also offers a variety of degree programs in science, engineering, literature, management, economics, law, education and arts. Its Geology and Geological Resources & Engineering have both been ranked as national number one disciplines.

CUG has two campuses in Wuhan. The main campus is the Nanwang Mountain Campus, located in the heart of the Wuhan East Lake National Innovation Demonstration Zone, which is popularly known as China Optics Valley. The Future City Campus is located in the east of Wuhan and is 27 km from the main campus. These two picturesque campuses cover a combined area of 1,474,353 m2. CUG has established a complete education system. As of December 2020, 30,239 full-time students, including 18,080 undergraduate students, 9,302 master's students, 1,916 doctoral students, and 941 international students have enrolled in its subsidiary 23 schools and 86 research institutes. CUG currently has a faculty of 1,858 full-time teachers, among which there are 539 professors (13 of which are members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and 1 of which is member of Chinese Academy of Engineering) and 984 associate professors.

中国地质大学是教育部直属全国重点大学, 是国家批准设立研究生院的大学,是国家“211工程”、国家“双一流”建设高校。中国地质大学位于武汉东湖之畔,南望山麓,学校以地球科学为主要特色,学科涵盖理学、工学、文学、管理学、经济学、法学、教育学、艺术学等门类,地质学、地质资源与地质工程2个一级学科入选“双一流”建设学科。


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