Zhejiang University Snatches Glorious Win at “Internet Plus” Competition with 2 Gold and 2 Silver Awards

Editor: Yu Liu     Time: 2019-10-15      Number of visits :0

The grand final of the 5th China College Students'"Internet Plus" Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition was held at Zhejiang University from October 12th to 15th. This year's competition composed of four sections: higher education, vocational education, international, budding talents (high school students). A total of 4093 schools, 4.57 million college students and 1.09 million teams from 124 countries and regions on five continents signed up for the competition. The number of participating projects and students is almost as many as the combined total of all four previous competitions. A total of 4 teams from the School of Computing Science (Woodchain Technology, He Wu Technology, Team Ru Hua and Team Mubik) made it to the grand final of the 5th China College Students’ “Internet Plus” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition, and achieved remarkable results with 2 Gold and 2 Silver Awards.

Woodchain Technology was founded by Zhejiang University computer science graduate Chang Yu and his team. Their technical team mainly composed of members from the Zhejiang University AAA Team, a well-known information security team, and their technical consultant was Academician Chen Chun of the School of Computer Science. Woodchain Technology won Gold Award in the competition.

With the penetration of technologies such as digitization, networking, and artificial intelligence into the industrial field, the vulnerability and security risks of industrial control systems have been gradually exposed. Woodchain Technology applies cutting-edge technologies such as deep protocol analysis and “flow cube” big data engine to industry innovation. They build inspection, security and management products with independent intellectual property rights, and have the ability to cover the entire production process of industrial enterprises.

He Wu Technology was co-founded by Professor Liu Yusheng from the School of Computer Science and his student Zhu Huawei. Together they won Gold Award in this year’s “Internet Plus” Competition. The development of major fields such as aviation, aerospace, military, electronics, ships, vehicles, and nuclear industries determines the lifeblood of the country's future. At present, traditional system engineering design has problems such as inefficiency, high cost and poor reliability. MBSE, that is, model-based system engineering, has emerged as the times require. However, the core technology blockade of foreign institutions against China has led to the slow development of domestic high-end manufacturing in the practice of MBSE. Based on the standard language SysML, M-Design encapsulates the principle models of various disciplines. It implements key functions such as basic modeling, intelligent modeling, and cloud network interconnection. Meanwhile, it provides design support for designers at all levels, and establishes a unified model of standards, parameters and interface. This software is the only one in China that supports self-controllable basic modeling, it is also the first in the world in the world to achieve cloud architecture and AI intelligent modeling. As a result, M-Design covers demand management, detailed design, simulation verification and production.

Team Ru Hua, instructed by Associate Professor Zhang Kejun and Professor Sun Lingyun from the School of Computer Science, won Silver Award in this year’s “Internet Plus” Competition. The members of the team were mainly undergraduate students from the School of Computer Science. Their project was a media generation platform with audio-visual integration, which uses AI to illustrate stories and creatively propose cross-media integration of images, music and semantics. Its main feature is to automatically generate video clip with appropriate background music from photos or videos inputted by the user. The highlights are emotional composing, distinctive sound effects and storytelling, which can bring the most suitable sounds into the picture, giving users an immersive experience. The program generates its logic from an intelligent script and weaves a story based on the original material provided by the user. This avoids the problem of homogenization that is common on the Internet, where massive amounts of video are getting generated from templates. Ru Hua is mainly aimed at the short video marketing market, providing customized online services and external APIs. In addition, it also offers other cross-media generation services such as AI sound effects, emotional composing and script writing, which can be applied to post-production, game soundtrack, and lecture editing.

Team Mubik, coached by Professor Sun Lingyun and Associate Professor Zhang Kejun from the School of Computer Science, won Silver Award in the competition. Team Mubik members were mainly juniors from the School of Computer Science. Their project aims to make music creation more interesting and simpler by transforming the deep interaction with music into a shallow interaction. This is designed to meet the needs of amateur music lovers to create and share music.

Based on the Rank mechanism, MUBIK users can create music in tuning mode (MUBIK TUNER) and creator mode (MUBIK CREATOR). Anyone can be a music producer in MUBIK.

In the future, MUBIK will allow users to personally maneuver the validation process of AI music generation training. The user's adjustment to the training process will form personalized user portraits and cluster them into virtual AI musicians. With this, users can compose or sing AI music, therefore achieving deep interaction with AI.

In short, MUBIK allows each user to awaken and improve their sense of music with the help of the Rank mechanism. With confidence and a proper approach to the sense of music, anyone can be a music producer.

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