SCUT claims 25 prizes in 2017 Guangdong S&T Awards
2018-03-29 readCount:573

The CPC Guangdong Committee and the Guangdong Provincial Government this week announced the 2017 Guangdong Science and Technology Awards (GDSTA). SCUT’s professor Qu Jinping was granted the Prize for Outstanding Contribution, while other 24 research projects of SCUT were commended.
The awarding ceremony took place at Guangzhou Zhudao Hotel on Monday, announcing Qu Jinping as one of the only two receivers of this year’s Prize for Outstanding Contribution. This is the third year in a row that faculty members of SCUT have received the same prize, which is recognized as Guangdong province’s highest individual honor in science and technology.
SCUT also took 24 out of 244 items of this year’s GDSTA. These included five First Prizes, nine Second Prizes, and ten Third Prizes, putting SCUT at the top among all institutions of higher learning in the province.
Qu Jinping is currently a professor at SCUT’s School of School of Mechanical & Automotive Engineering, and a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. He is a prestigious specialist in polymer material molding, and an inventor who has made a major contribution to plastics industry and plastic processing machinery industry.
He is well known for proposing and developing an innovative theory of plastic dynamic processing, which realized the transformation of plastic processing from "steady state" to "dynamic state", and created a new way of reducing energy consumption in plastic processing.

Source from the Science and Technology Division
Translated by Xu Peimu
Edited by Xu Peimu and Cheng Yu