To prosper the open-source crowd-sensing ecosystems, explore reforms in open-source education, and promote the development of China's essential software, Northwestern Polytechnical University is now pleased to launch the 2nd CrowdOS Open Source Innovation Competition. Join us; what you do makes CrowdOS a difference!
CrowdOS Open Source Innovation Competition is a worldwide contest based on a mobile crowd-sensing platform named CrowdOS. Northwestern Polytechnical University launched the first competition in 2021 under the guidance of the CCF Open Source Development Committee, the CCF Pervasive Computing Committee, the ACM Xi'an Chapter, and the Shaanxi Computer Society. The event also serves as an entry to the Open Source Task Challenge in the 2021 China Software Open Source Innovation Competition.
This second competition, aiming to enhance participants' ability to design algorithms and develop applications for mobile crowd-sensing computing, is open to academia and industry. It is jointly assisted by well-known universities in China, such as Tsinghua University, Peking University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Zhejiang University, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing Institute of Technology, and Southeast University.
Welcome speech by Prof. Zhiwen Yu
Associate Professor Liang Wang introduces the CrowdOS system and technologies
Yixuan Luo and Liruizhao Hou explain the tracks
Three competition tracks are set up; please refer to the
for more details.
A total of 100,000 RMB in prizes
Grand Prize: 1 winner
1st Prize: 2 winners
2nd Prize: 5 winners
3rd Prize: 10 winners
All remaining participants that successfully submit their artifacts will receive commemorative participation awards.
3 Judging Criteria
Elemental Criterion: High-school Students
Creative Criterion: Undergraduate Students
Professional Criterion: Graduated Students, IT Engineers
An offline tech salon will be held during the competition. In the tech salon, the CrowdOS technical
committee will not only answer questions raised by participants but also invite past competition winners to share
their experiences and tech giants to share their insights on related cutting-edge techniques.
Given the Covid-19 epidemic, only the top 15 successfully registered teams are eligible to join the salon,
and each team is allowed to have a maximum of 3 participants.
Join us if you are interested.
Step 1: Email us with the following contents
Team name：Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Team members：Harry James Potter（captain）、Hermione Jean Granger、Ronald Billius Weasley
School/Company：XX University (or XX Company)
Instructor：Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore
Type of competition：Platform Development Challenge
Step 2: Fill in the registration form
Fill out this form for preliminary screening
Step 3: Join the official discussion group by QQ
Steering Committee Chair
Huaimin Wang (Academician, National University of Defense Technology)
Xingshe Zhou (Professor, Northwestern Polytechnical University)
Competition Committee Chairman
Zhiwen Yu (Professor, Northwestern Polytechnical University)
Bin Guo (Northwestern Polytechnical University, President)
Liming Chen (Ulster University)
Chi Liu (Beijing Institute of Technology)
En Wang (Jilin University)
Jiangtao Wang (Coventry University)
Leye Wang (Peking University)
Liang Wang (Northwestern Polytechnical University)
Yu Wang (Chongqing University)
Zhibo Wang (Zhejiang University)
Weiwei Wu (Southeastern University)
Chaocan Xiang (Chongqing University)
Dingqi Yang (Universidade de Macau)
Zheng Yang (Tsinghua University)
Zhiyong Yu (Fuzhou University)
Zhenzhe Zheng (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
Anfu Zhou (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications)
Yaxing Chen (Northwestern Polytechnical University, President)
Yimeng Liu (Northwestern Polytechnical University)
Jiaju Ren (Northwestern Polytechnical University)
Yongbo Song (Northwestern Polytechnical University)
Yixuan Luo (Northwestern Polytechnical University)
Liruizhao Hou (Northwestern Polytechnical University)
CCF Open Source Development Committee
CCF Pervasive Computing Committee
ACM Xi'an Chapter
Shaanxi Computer Society
Northwestern Polytechnical University
Northwestern Polytechnical University has
the right to finalize and interpret the above terms and conditions.
The first CrowdOS crowdsensing Open
Source Competition is an open source project innovation competition relying on the 4th China
Software Open Source Innovation Competition.
The competition is co-organized by Peking University and the Green Computing Industry Alliance.
Experts and professors from several universities, enterprises and alliances across China were
invited to form the competition's event committee, organizing committee, publicity committee, and
technical committee for each track, and other co-organizers.
Nearly 4,000 people registered for the CrowdOS open source competition sponsored by Northwestern
More than 50 renowned university teams from all over the world have applied for the competition,
including National University of Singapore, Paris Institute of Technology, Hong Kong Polytechnic
University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, University of Science and Technology of China, etc.
With the orderly organization of the event and the active efforts of the participating teams,
CrowdOS ranked first in the number of teams finishing the 2021 China Software Open Source Innovation
Competition, and two teams won the first and second prizes of the China Software Open Source