The 13th Science and Technology Festival of Beijing University of Technology, together with the Student Science and Technology Achievement Exhibition, opened on September the 18th. The opening, overseen by Vice President Zhai Tianrui, was attended by leaders of the Beijing Association for Science and Technology, BJUT leaders, representatives from relevant faculties and departments, as well as faculty and student representatives from the BJUT Experimental Junior High School.
In the presence of leaders and guests, the 13th Science and Technology Festival of Beijing University of Technology, along with the Student Science and Technology Achievement Exhibition, was officially launched. The event honored outstanding student representatives who have excelled in science and technology competitions from 2022 to 2023, as well as distinguished instructors who have guided science and technology competitions for college students in 2023. Additionally, BJUT was bestowed with the prestigious title of "City of Science and Technology Museums: Science and Technology Education Experience Base" a plaque being presented representing this.
Zhao Ziyi from the Faculty of Architecture, Civil And Transportation Engineering, together with Liu Yan and Zhao Shuo from the Faculty of Materials and Manufacturing, introduced an impressive lineup of projects from the "Challenge Cup" Chinese College Student Entrepreneurship Competition. Prof. Zuo Guoyu from the Faculty of Information Technology shared his work experience and achievements as a mentor in guiding students participating in scientific and technological competitions.
As a pivotal platform that fosters students' scientific and technological practice, and which encourages innovative thinking on campus, the Science and Technology Festival of Beijing University of Technology has been held annually since 2011. It has witnessed the hosting of over 780 inspiring lectures by distinguished experts, as well as more than 970 engaging forums at Master's and doctoral level. With an impressive list of over 1300 scientific achievements, this festival has been instrumental in inspiring the active participation of tens of thousands of students and faculty members, thereby nurturing a vibrant atmosphere of scientific and technological innovation.
As the satellite event of the 5th Global Grand Challenges Summit, the Student Science and Technology Achievement Exhibition, held from September 18th to the 26th, showcased a wide range of student achievements and innovative projects in seven main zones at the Visual Arts Gallery in the BJUT Art Building.