The contest participants gain precious experience of completing projects independently while making new friends with similar interest. JI TEC members have learned by teaching and honed their organization skills.They are looking forward to better performance next summer.
In August, a group of JI students won prizes in two different innovation competitions, i.e., TiC100 Smart City Innovation & Entrepreneurship Contest and “Magic Ideas” Chinese Innovator Competition, with their invention “Smart Belt for the elderly.”
“I want to express my gratitude to all the teachers. Thanks to you, you really make a difference in our life. Thanks to you, you show us a new way to view this world. We will never forget your wisdom, your patience, your kindness and your humor. I believe I spent wonderful four years here because of you. Thank you very much.”
“Today, we graduate, as qualified engineers setting out on our journey into the bright future. We shall always bear the mark of our beloved JI, work hard, and seek opportunities to give back. To our dear families, please don’t be worried for us. All is well. To my beloved fellow graduates, no matter where you go, please remember, we are supposed to save the world! Thank you!”
Passing the competitive selection process of both SJTU and Shanghai Government Education Committee, Chengzhi Shi, ME master student, and Xiaolong He, ECE master student, both of JI’s 2010 Class of Graduate Students (first of JI), turned out to be the winners of this honor.
The English Full House started as an English Corner but, due to high demand and increasing popularity, has evolved into a dynamic multifaceted club for cultural exchange.
In the 3rd International Conference on High-end Application of Raman Spectroscopy (RamanFest), JI EE Class 2010 Ph.D. student Jing Long won the second prize.
The 7th SJTU Freshman Mechanical Competition was held on May 15 evening. This year the highly anticipated event was sponsored by Zhejiang Liming Engine Parts Co., Ltd.
The Gourmet Night Market is the first of its kind organized by the JI Living Quarter Club, which provides an excellent opportunity for students to hone hands-on skills through a savory experience.
In the 5th edition of the contest, the students spent 48 hours during a busy period of their midterm exams in November 2014, analyzing open-ended real-world scenarios and writing up a formal solution paper.
The recently released results of the 2015 Mathematical Contest in Modeling/ Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (MCM/ICM) show that among the 24 teams from the University of Michigan- Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute’s (UM-SJTU JI) Innovation Club, 5...
JI graduate student Cheng Shao has been awarded the 2014 AMD Scholarship for High Performance Computing.