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EE Students Win international Competition in TECO Creativity Contest

Edited byzx Date:2014-09-10 14:02

EE undergraduates Mr Huang Linbin, Shen Yiming and Zheng Zhihuang, together with other department students of Zhejiang University, participated in 2014 TECO Creativity Contest held in Taiwan around Aug 26 and Aug 30, 2014. The ZJU team won the gold medal with their impressive team work, Wave-propelled Ocean Monitoring Vehicle, in the international contest.

Group photo of ZJU students in 2014 TECO Creativity Contest

To encourage teenagers to create, TECO Technology Foundation has founded the “TECO Creativity Contest” in 2006. The participating students can research on the possible solutions that create friendly energy resources, materials and applications which simply make the world better. Subsequently, in 2010, the contest has expanded to include international students from leading Asian universities in the TECO Green Tech Contest’s international competition. The participation of these universities has furthered the global educational exchange on energy-saving and emission-reducing technologies. Adjusting to human progress and technological advances so as to provide appropriate humanitarian programs, The TECO Technology Foundation aspires to strengthen and foster the coexistence of science and literature within the society.



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