BISTU Honored with First Prize in the 7th National Design Competition for Electrical Electronic Lab Teaching in Universities

By Fri, 26 Jun 2020 GMT

Beijing, 26th June, 2020 (BISTU)— Following the primary rounds in five divisions, national finals of the 7thNational Design Competition for Electrical Electronic Lab Teaching in Universities (Dingyang Cup) successfully conclude. BISTU projects, i.e., Design of Simulated Music Effect Circuit by Wang Yang from School of Automation and Marquee Control Circuit Based on FPGA by the team headed by Wang Lixia, are honored with national First Prize of the Competition. 

This Competition accommodates 721 teams from 260 universities of China, including Tsinghua University, Harbin Institute of Technology, Nankai University, Tianjin University, etc. After the fierce competition, the Competition grants 39 first prizes, 50 second prizes and 56 third prizes.  


The University has attached great importance to cultivation of innovative talents of applied learning. Centered on career development of faculties, the University has been directing faculties to constantly explore new ideas and new methodologies in teaching, deepen the reform on methods in class teaching, promote in-depth integration between teaching and information technology, and improve their competence in using information technology to conduct teaching design and applying information technology to class teaching. The University also encourages faculties to attend various teaching competitions and to implement a variety of teaching methods such as case-based teaching, mission-driven teaching, discussion lecture, heuristic teaching, research-based teaching, integration of industry-learning-research, and online and offline teaching combination.  


The 7th National Design Competition for Electrical Electronic Lab Teaching in Universities (Dingyang Cup), sponsored by Steering Committee of Electrical Electronic Basic Course of Ministry of Education and National Experimental Teaching Demonstration Center of Educational Institutions, organized by Chongqing University and co-organized by SIGLENT in Shenzhen, is the only national teaching competition on electrical and electronic basic course in universities. It has been formally included by China Association of Higher Education as one of the projects in national teaching competition among universities in China. The Competition, via designing lab experiments, teaching methods and teaching cases, aims at directing students to self-regulated learning and encouraging them to conduct exploration, master methods and skills in labs, comprehensively use what they have learn in practice, and get in touch with practical engineering projects. It evaluates lab cases of excellence and demonstrates advanced ideas, contents, technology and methods of lab teaching so as to promote lab teaching reform and improve lab teaching level in universities.