Recently, the 2021 National Student Electronic Design Competition (TI Cup) came to an end. 25 teams of SCMZU won awards, including 2 national first prizes and 1 second prize, 5 provincial first prizes, 8 provincial second prizes and 9 provincial third prizes. SCMZU ranks top among all colleges and universities in Hubei Province in terms of the quantity and quality of the awards.
Established in 1994, the National Student Electronic Design Competition is an important subject competition for university students advocated by the Ministry of Education and also a national competition for subject ranking of colleges and universities. The competition is sponsored by the Department of Higher Education of the Ministry of Education and the Department of Personnel Education of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and organized by the Organizing Committee of the National Student Electronic Design Competition. Nearly 60,000 students in 19,735 teams from 1,117 colleges and universities participated in this year's competition. The subjects of the competition were unified and the organization of the competition was conducted by each region separately, and the competition lasted four days. All the entries were first evaluated on site by the testing experts in their respective region and the top 10% entries were selected to be reviewed by the national expert group to finally select the works for national first and second prizes.
SCMZU has been focusing on the development of this competition as a brand-name competition. In this year's competition, the School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the Experimental Teaching and Engineering Training Center, School of Electronics and Information Engineering, the School of Computer Science, and the School of Biomedical Sciences provided a series of organizational and security services such as pre-competition mobilization, contestants training, excellent contestants selection and training.
For epidemic prevention and control, the assessment of the competition was scattered. Entrusted by the Hubei Provincial Organizing Committee, SCMZU was responsible for the preliminary assessment, re-assessment and comprehensive assessment of entries of some colleges and universities. To make the assessment work more effective, multiple departments of SCMZU cooperated to make detailed arrangements and implementation of the assessment. With the joint efforts of all departments, the three rounds of assessments were carried out in an orderly manner and completed on schedule, which was well received by the assessment experts and other colleges and universities.
(Editor: Liu Qiong; Source: School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, School of Electronics and Information Engineering)