In late September 2022, Perfectlight Technology officially opened its Online Wall Poster Competition. By October 11th, they had received nearly 50 registration applications, and 21 wall posters successfully passed the initial screening.
Perfectlight Technology invited seven professional judges to provide authoritative opinions and ratings for the 21 wall posters. They also took into consideration the popularity of the works on the "Micro Wall Poster" mini-program. As a result, one first prize, two second prizes, and three third prizes were awarded. Congratulations to the winners!
This work utilized halogen elements to dope trismuth trioxide and applied it for degradation. The data is abundant, and the work is systematic. However, the results discussion section is somewhat simple; adding more text descriptions to highlight key parts may enhance it.
Work 8: 肖杰 from Tianjin University
Average Judge Score: 90.5
Comprehensive Review: Excellent work with detailed data, reasonable layout, and clear content.
Work 9: 黄先锋 from South China University of Technology
Average Judge Score: 91.333
Comprehensive Review: This work is a comprehensive review, systematic with a large amount of data, and clear layout.
Work 10: 李健 from Anhui Agricultural University
Average Judge Score: 86.167
Comprehensive Review: This work modified bismuth molybdate with noble metals to achieve good activity, but the characterization is not very comprehensive. The depth of the work can be further improved.
Work 11: 谢紫娱 from Huaqiao University
Average Judge Score: 84.333
Comprehensive Review: This work used sulfur indium zinc and titanium oxide to form a heterojunction for hydrogen production. Titanium oxide is a mixed phase, which the author did not consider. The poster is informative with a reasonable layout.
Work 12: 袁家瑜 from South China University of Technology
Average Judge Score: 86
Comprehensive Review: This work simulated the reaction sites on the material's surface and examined their relationship with alcohol oxidation performance. The work is systematic, and the poster design is clear, but it lacks the work's conclusion.
Work 13: 许丽 and 李美华 from Shaanxi Normal University
Average Judge Score: 84.6
Comprehensive Review: Clear layout and explanations. It's recommended to add institutional information according to the format and refine the text while emphasizing key points.
Work 14: 袁野 from Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Average Judge Score: 85.8
Comprehensive Review: This work prepared composite materials of titanium dioxide and molybdenum sulfide for hydrogen production from water electrolysis, but the amount of work is relatively small. It's suggested to add some text explanations in the poster and summarize the conclusions for each part of the images.
Work 15: 陈洁 from Guangzhou University
Average Judge Score: 89.6
Comprehensive Review: This student studied the mechanism of methanol oxidation systematically. The poster is visually appealing, and key information can be easily obtained.
Work 16: 仇苏欣 from Shanghai Institute of Technology
Average Judge Score: 86
Comprehensive Review: This work used theoretical calculations to study the surface adsorption and diffusion properties of SnTiO materials, and the work is systematic. It's suggested to make the text descriptions more concise.
Work 17: 赵秀文 from Shanghai Institute of Technology
Average Judge Score: 87.6
Comprehensive Review: This work used a novel method to synthesize copper oxide-based materials and applied them to seawater desalination. The work is substantial, and the conclusions are novel. The text descriptions need to be more concise.
Work 18: 王宁 from Guangxi University for Nationalities
Average Judge Score: 85.333
Comprehensive Review: This work utilized porous materials for organic synthesis, with a relatively large amount of work and a systematic approach. However, there is room for improvement in the layout.
Work 19: 宋雪玲 from Shanghai Institute of Technology
Average Judge Score: 86.4
Comprehensive Review: This work synthesized lead organic iodide materials and applied them for efficient hydrogen production from water. The materials are relatively novel with good performance parameters. It is recommended to provide a brief description of the core conclusions.
Work 20: 张旭 from Beijing University of Technology
Average Judge Score: 90
Comprehensive Review: This work synthesized nitrogen-carbon-based materials and applied them for the photocatalytic production of hydrogen peroxide. The work was published in the EES journal, indicating its quality. However, it needs to follow the poster format, including names and affiliations, and consider adding more text descriptions to the poster.
Work 21: 林诗茵 from Wuyi University
Average Judge Score: 84
Comprehensive Review: Excellent work with clear poster design. However, attention should be given to formatting, font consistency, and reducing unnecessary white space.
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