Recently, the list of award winners of the 7th “So Young” China Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition (Internet Group) was released. After fierce competition by means of video defense and live road show, Chongqing University won one gold award, one silver award and one excellent award. This is the only gold award win by the entire Chongqing Municipality and even the western region. It’s the second straight year CQU has won gold award in the event.
The works A Dreams of Seven Colors by Gu Xuyang, Meng Yuhang, and Xie Yuxin from Meishi Film Academy, and Zhang Xiaoyin and Huang Fangziyi of the School of Management Science and Real Estate under the guidance of Zhao Hua and Ma Xin from Meishi Film Academy of CQU won the gold award as the second place in the Innovation Group. The Project has always focused on helping students with special needs, with painting as the core carrier. Intangible cultural heritage instructors and painting experts have been called up to provide accurate and long-term guidance to students of special needs, and teach them skills so that they will be able to pursue their dreams.
The Project Jiedi Keji by Liu Liwei, Hua Mingsheng and Wu Tao of the School of Electrical Engineering, under the guidance of Yang Fan and others from the School of Electrical Engineering, won the silver award. The Project is committed to building a digital full life cycle monitoring and evaluation system for power grounding grid, and providing a safe and reliable grounding grid condition monitoring solution for the State Grid and comprehensive energy service station, so as to replace the excavating grounding grid status monitoring technology, and reform the traditional repairing method.
It is reported that the 7th “So Young” China Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition (Internet Group) was divided into three groups: Innovation Group, Start-up Group and Growth Group. Since its launch in September, more than 5,000 projects from 31 provincial competition areas across the country have participated in the Competition. After registration, provincial recommendation and national semi-finals, top 60 projects have been shortlisted in the national finals, ranging from artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing, Internet of things, app, VR/AR, e-commerce and other fields. During the final, 3 gold awards, 5 silver awards and 12 bronze awards were respectively selected from the Innovation Group, the Start-up Group and the Growth Group. The total live webcast views reached 50 million.
It is reported that “So Young” China Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition is a "national key demonstration brand of innovation and entrepreneurship" identified by the State Council. Since 2014, it has been held for seven consecutive years. This Competition was co-organized by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, the Ministry of Commerce, the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, the People’s Government of Heilongjiang Province and the People’s Government of Jiangxi Province.