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Students from HIT Won the First Prize of National Advanced Plotting Technique and Product Information Modeling Innovation Contest

Updated: 2017/8/7

Reported by: Wang Ji
Translated by: Qiao Xuechao
Edited by: Garrick Jones
Time: 2017/7/31

The 10th “Gaojiao Cup” National Advanced Plotting Technique and Product Information Modeling Innovation Contest recently closed. Teams from HIT respectively won the first prize of mechanical group and the first prize of architectural group. HIT has achieved the first prize of mechanical group in successive ten years and achieved the first prize of architectural group in successive four years.

This contest has been successfully held in successive ten years, and it is co-sponsored by the Teaching Guiding Committee of MOE Institutions of Higher Learning of Engineering Graphics Courses, Cartographic Technique Professional Board of China Graphics Society and Product Information Modeling Professional Board of China Graphic Society. The contest of this year attracted more than 300 universities, 443 teams and 2,900 students to compete in this contest. The team from HIT that won the first prize of mechanical group is under the guidance of Tang Yanli, Jiang Wenrui and Qu Yanyan who came from School of Mechatronics Engineering, and the team consists of Chen Jinming, Yu Hao, Zhao Yujia, Meng Xiangbo, Sun Baohong, He Tianbao, Tu Wuqiang, Chen Chen and Zhao Wen. The team that won the first prize of architectural group is under the guidance of Li Pingchuan, Cui Xindan, He Rui and Gao Dai who came from School of Mechatronics Engineering, and the team consists of the following students from School of Management, they are: Ning Peng, Huang Kailang, Hu Fangqiao, Liu Yunzhao, Meng Zhenya, Xu Fan, Yang Jingjing, Li Zhanzhao and Wang Ji.

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