SJTU students claimed three first prizes, two second prizes in the national final, a TI Cup, five first prizes, seven second prizes and seven third prizes in Shanghai district contest as the 2021 TI Cup National Undergraduate Electronic Design Contest recently wrapped up.
Among them the TI Cup is the highest prize in Shanghai contest area, won by Huang Yu, Jin Cong and Qiu Qizhi for their innovative design of a signal distortion measurement device.
In 2021 the contest attracted nearly 60,000 students in 19,735 teams from 1,117 colleges and universities.
Supported by China’s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, this biennial event is one of the highest-level academic competitions nationwide and has been held since 1997. It aims to spur the reform of electronic information-related curriculum, call for more emphasis on students’ innovation ability and teamwork spirit, and encourage students to put what they have learned into practice.
SJTU also took home the Excellent Organization Award (Shanghai district) and five Outstanding Instructor Awards, thanks to the concerted efforts of the Joint Task Force on Electronic Information Competitions from the School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering.