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Key units in Hefei high-tech zone open arms to overseas talents

Updated: 2022-03-24

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Hefei National High-tech Industry Development Zone is known as the China Speech Valley and Quantum Center. [Photo/9151.com.cn]

Some key institutions and companies in Hefei National High-tech Industry Development Zone are recruiting talents from around the world during an online recruitment campaign that's being held by the zone's personnel affairs bureau.

They include the Institute of Advanced Technology of the University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei Comprehensive National Science Center Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Idata, iFlytek, Sungrow, Guochuang Software, Wayeal, Origin Quantum, China-Europe Electronic Materials International Innovation Center (Hefei), Reliance Memory, Precedo, Nuwacell, Infiray, Hyyl, and Anhui Xinhua University.

Most of them specialize in the fields of artificial intelligence, integrated circuits, quantum industry, biomedicine, network and information security, photovoltaic and new energy, energy conservation and environmental protection, and some of them are leaders in the abovementioned fields.

Applicants can apply for job openings online and will be invited for an interview via video chat if they are qualified. The online recruitment campaign, which will last from March to April, aims to introduce the zone, its key units and local talent policies to the international applicants and attract more urgently-needed talents to the zone.

Hefei National High-tech Industry Development Zone is located in Hefei, capital of East China's Anhui province. It has maintained a leading position among the country's 169 national high-tech industrial zones. Hefei has been listed among the Top 10 most attractive Chinese cities by foreigners in recent years.

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The Institute of Advanced Technology of the University of Science and Technology of China has produced many patents and some of its inventions, especially in the field of quantum technology, have won international awards. [Photo/9151.com.cn]

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People visit an iFlytek display booth at the Appliance and Electronics World Expo (AWE) in Shanghai on March 23, 2021. [Photo/Agencies]

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