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SZTU's 1st Social Practice and Science Contest on Energy Saving & Emission Reduction successfully held

Edited by:Release Time:2020/05/13

To encourage students to innovate and actively participate in energy saving and emission reduction, Shenzhen Technology University (SZTU) held the 1st Social Practice and Science Contest on Energy Saving & Emission Reduction on May 7. 1 first prize, 2 second prizes and 3 third prizes were awarded based on students’ online presentations. Teachers from College of New Materials and New Energies served as the judges, including Associate Prof. Zhang Wang, Associate Prof. Hu Yunfei, Associate Prof. Tang Zeguo, Associate Researcher Yang Tao, and Assistant Prof. Lin Tao.


Under the theme of Energy Conservation, Emission Reduction, and Green Energy, the contest advocates students to conduct in-depth social investigations, discover new ways to save energy and protect the environment, think innovatively, and patent the projects.


The National Social Practice and Science Contest on Energy Saving & Emission Reduction (hereinafter referred to as the Contest) is an important science and technology innovation contest for college students organized by Department of Higher Education of Ministry of Education, which coincides with the national policies of energy conservation and emission reduction. Since it was held at Zhejiang University in 2008 for the first time, the Contest received thousands of works made by tens of thousands of participants from hundreds of colleges and universities each year. The cumulative number of schools participating in the Contest reached over 2,500.


The 13th Contest will be held at Chongqing University in 2020. The school-level contest started in November 2019 at SZTU, aiming at selecting excellent works to participate in the national contest. A total of 20 projects were submitted, and 10 of them were valid, covering science and technology (9 projects) and social practice (1 project). Each team displayed the powerpoint and project at the online review session to introduce the background information, technical solutions, effectiveness, innovation points and application values. Finally, six projects stood out and won the awards.


Six projects stand out after the online presentations. [Photo/Startups Center]


List of winners

First prize

Solar-powered VTOL UAV

Category: Science and technology

Team members: Chen Zhirui, Dai Minqi, Lai Ruiyang, Li Lanxuan, Chen Shixin


Second prize

1. Investigation into the current situation of straw treatment in the agricultural counties in northwest Guangdong and summary of highly efficient straw treatment methods - A case study of Huaiji County, Zhaoqing City

Category: Social Practice

Team members: Li Zhengkun, Luo Nie, Mo Yunlin, Ma Zhenkai


2. Photovoltaic intelligent tea break parasols

Category: Science and technology

Team members: Chen Jie, Xu Genghao, Deng Zhicheng, Fan Yongyao, Li Nuofeng


Third prize

1. Vehicle-mounted hydrogen-producing device by electrolysis water based on additive manufacturing

Category: Science and technology

Team members: Cai Haoyuan, Chen Jiaru, Lin Sihan, Li Xueqian


2. Vehicle-mounted solar refrigeration system

Category: Science and technology

Team members: Lin Haosen, Zheng Hongsheng, Liang Songqiang, Lin Zetian


3. Photodegradable cigarette butts based on nanocomposites

Category: Science and technology

Team members: Zeng Yongshen, Liu Lijie, Liu Jinwei, Lin Pofeng, Zhu Yaoyao


Solar-powered VTOL UAV aims to improve the performance of drones on forest fire warning, saving a lot of manpower and energy. [Photo/Startups Center]


By installing solar panels on the roof, the vehicle-mounted solar refrigeration system can lower the temperature inside the car in hot environments. [Photo/Startups Center]




Drafted by Daisy(姚琦)/ International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office

Edited by International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office