Students Majored in Chemistry Achieved Great Success in College Students Chemical Experiment Skills Competition
Release date：2017-12-24 Number of reading：
The 6th "design institute network -- the OBE cup" shandong university students chemical process experimental skills competition was held in Qingdao university of science and technology from Nov13 to Nov15. The 12 students of chemical engineering majors were divided into 4 teams to participate in the competition, and won 1 first prize, 2 second prizes and 1 third prize.
"Design institute network of Shandong province - the bell cup" college students experimental skills in chemical process competition was sponsored by the education department of Shandong province, and Qingdao university of science and technology. Qingdao Tai Jie network technology co., LTD cooperates with Beijing OBE software technology development co., LTD to hold this competition. This competition lasted 3 days, and it was divided into design answer, process simulation, experimental operation 3 links. The 64 teams from 22 universities in the province entered the final through the selection of experts. In the intense competition, the chemical engineering of 12 students finally won the praise of the judges and achieved excellent results with innovation spirit, rigorous truth-seeking science attitude, prudence seriously learning atmosphere and good spirit
In recent years, in order to make students attach great importance to the combination of theory and practice, and stimulate their interest and enthusiasm to actively participate in scientific, the chemical engineering college takes various measures to create a strong academic atmosphere, strengthen college students' innovation consciousness and practice ability, team spirit and social responsibility to improve the students' comprehensive ability through organizing and guiding the students to participate in professional skills contest, involved in the experimental research and development process of all types and at all levels, declare all kinds of college students' scientific and technological innovation projects,