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Students of SCUN Won the First Prize in the 3rd National Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Innovation Design Competition
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Students of SCUN Won the First Prize in the 3rd National Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Innovation Design Competition

From December 13th to 15th, the results of the 3rd National Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Innovation Design Competition organized by the Teaching Guidance Committee for Biomedical Engineering of the Ministry of Education and organized by the Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences were announced. The students He Bingze, Chen Zhiwei, and Yin Zhiqin led by Chen Junbo, the teacher of colleage of Medicine, won the national first prize, another team composed by students Wang Tingting, Huang Jie, He Yahui team, and another two teams led by teacher Zhou Hui -- Sun Jing, Cao Weiran, Tao Pengyu student team and Liang Yan, Dai Wanping and He Kunfei student team--all won the national third prize and SCUN won the “Outstanding Organization Award” again. 

Award-winning teachers and students took photos together. (Pictures provided by Biomedicine Institute) 

This competition is divided into two phases: the preliminary round and the final round. The college of Medicine has organized 8 teams to participate in the competition, 2 teams entering the finals. In the finals, after the exhibition of live works and the debate of the judges, the “Piezoelectric Wireless Electronic Stethoscope” designed by the He Bingze student team won the unanimous approval of the judges and won the first prize of the country. 

According to reports, in addition to the traditional stethoscope function, the “piezoelectric wireless electronic stethoscope” can also send heart sound signals to the mobile phone APP or receiving end via Bluetooth. Doctors can realize wireless auscultation and send heart sound signals to the SCM for operation and analysis, later, display of heart sound waveforms and heart rate and other parameters, improves the accuracy and convenience of doctors in diagnosis and is helpful for the development of telemedicine. 

It is reported that the biomedical electronics innovation design competition aims to promote the development of China's biomedical engineering disciplines, promote the progress of biomedical electronic technology, accelerate the pace of the construction of relevant universities in China, and cultivate high-level outstanding professional personnel. In this competition, 207 teams from 59 universities including Cambridge University, Dundee University, Tsinghua University and Southeast University and so forth participated in the competition. 

(Editor:admin Source:SCUN)