Center in Beijing

The Center in Beijing enhances the University's traditionally strong ties to Chinese thought and culture. Located in the bustling, university-rich Haidian District, the Center is a home for UChicago faculty, researchers, and students as well as the local community .

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By the Numbers

  • 157

    Faculty supported by grants

  • 1909

    Year scholarly collaboration between UChicago and China began

  • 226

    faculty projects funded

Academic Collaborations

Meet our Scholars

Shan Lu

Professor and Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow, Department of Computer Science

Shan's research focuses on software reliability, particularly detecting, diagnosing, and fixing concurrency bugs and performance bugs in large software systems.

Kenneth Pomeranz

Professor of Modern Chinese History and The College, Department of History

 Kenneth Pomeranz studies the influences of state, society, economy, and environment in late Imperial, twentieth, and twenty-first century China.

Young-Kee Kim

Louis Block Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College

Young-Kee Kim is an experimental particle physicist whose research aims to understand the origin of mass for fundamental particles.

A view of the Center in Beijing gallery space

Contact Us

Still have questions? Reach out to us at

The University of Chicago Center in Beijing
20th floor, Culture Plaza
No. 59A Zhong Guan Cun Street
Haidian District Beijing 100872
People's Republic of China

+86 10 8250-5800