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To whom it may concern:
I am pleased to recommend Mr.X, an excellent graduate from our department, into your group.
I have known him since 1996 and he has worked in our Lab of XXX at XXX University for 3 years.
Mr.X is one of the best students in our department, he is both diligent and independent, intelligent and fast-learning.
What impressed me most, is his working attitude and ability.
During the years in our lab, he was mainly responsible for the interior design and acoustic model test of XXX Theater.
As a student majored in architecture, he lacked the skills of such physical experiment at first.
But I found that as soon as he was assigned this task, he began to study assiduously for relevant knowledge and read many references.
Thus he mastered the skill of the experiment in a short time and can even install and debug the whole set of equipment himself.
These equipment included some sophisticated acoustic instruments and data processing programs.
In the spring of 1998, his instructor, also his experiment director, had to go to Japan for academic event.
In the next half year, he finished the whole experiment independently, including the reverberation time measurement and the pulse response measurement.
The result was soon used to direct the interior design of the theater.
Also should be mentioned is that from the beginning of the experiment, he took part in it enthusiastically and positively.
He helped the layout of the model and made more than 400 exquisite model chairs by hand.
All these clearly demonstrate that he has the ability of solving problems effectively, working independently and has organized manner in approaching problems.
Mr.X is a student eager to learn.
In order to acquire more knowledge, he began to study Japanese, for many architecture books and journals are published in Japan.
In one year, he passed the level 3 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test with a high score.
Recently I heard that he has also got excellent record in GRE test.
I believe that he would have no trouble in studying abroad.
When he told me he was planning for further research in U.S.A, I encouraged him.
His talent and ability would ensure him to do outstanding works.
I can state unequivocally that he will be well qualified for graduate studies in your group.
I would appreciate it if you could give him your favorable consideration.
To Whom It May Concern,
It is my great pleasure to recommend MrXXXX for his application to have a research visit to your country, especially for a postdoctoral study.
Mr.XXXX was once an excellent graduate student of XXXX and obtained his PhD in XXXX.
During his postgraduate phase, Mr.XXXX is not only quick at learning and good at solving difficult problems, but also with a logical mind that enables him to effectively analyze difficulties.
All the work handed to him was completed satisfactorily.
As his director, I think that Mr.XXXX is an enthusiastic and progressive young man with extremely high potentiality.
After graduation in 2008, he became one teacher in XXXX University and has been undertaking many important research and teaching tasks, especially on XXXX.
Dependent on his excellent abilities, his proposal on XXXX was approved by XXXX in 2009, and he participated in the research project of XXXX was funded by XXXX in last year.
Mr.XXXX has a good experience of English training.
For example, he passed the Grade-6 (highest in China) English test.
He has a good capacity of reading and writing scientific papers.
I am certain that Mr.XXXX’s visit to your country will not only make great contributions to the laboratory in which he will stay and improve his academic capacity, but also promote mutual cooperation between the institution and our university.
Therefore, I strongly recommend him for the position.
Please do not hesitate to inquire further if I can be of help to you.
College of XXXX,
No.XXXX, XXXX Road, XXXX, XXXX, XXXX Province, China