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This is the voice from UESTC, Chengdu, China. We are proud to announce that we have achieved two first here: It‘s the first time that our university take part in iGEM. What’s more, we are also the first team from the southwest region of China participating in the software competition. Wow! We come from University of electronic science and technology of China, which is renowned as China's cradle for the national electronic industry. Also, our university is situated in Chengdu, the city of over a thousand-year-old cultural history in 'the land of abundance'. What's more, we are from the hometown of PANDAs!

Student Members

  • Hi, I am the leader of our team and the director of iBricks. As a junior student majoring in Biomedical Engineering, I have a great interest in data mining in social network and programming software on mobile devices. I did all the scoring algorithm of Nebula in our team.

    Muruo Liu
  • Hi, I am a junior student from school of life science and technology, majoring in Biomedical Engineering and minoring in English. For my great organizational capability, I am the director of Nebula. I am in charge of the statistics of parts in the registry and database established for Nebula.

    Xiaonan Guo
  • Hi, I am a junior student majoring in Biomedical Engineering. I am fond of photography and sports, especially basketball. I did part of parts statistics and the realization of Transpeeder by Java.

    Yingping Han
  • Hi, I am a junior student majoring in Biomedical Engineering with strong learning ability. I like running, reading and traveling around. I did part of parts statistics and kept the minutes of our discussion in our way to MIT. My life motto is nothing is impossible to a willing heart.

    Jurong Zhao
  • Hi, I am a junior student majoring in Biomedical Engineering with great interest in programming. I chose programming on IOS system as the main attack. iBricks is my first experience in video games. Programming Nebula on iPhone is relatively easy to me. My maxim is where there is a will, there is a way.

    Wenpin Xiang
  • Hi, I am a sophomore majoring in Theoretical Physics from school of physical electronics. I am regarded as a hard-working student with easy-going personality. Making great videos is what I am always pursuing. Besides this, I also participated in parts statistics work for our projects.

    Guodong Zhu
  • Hi, I am a freshman from School of Information and Software Engineering, also a fantastic guy with passion and great imagination. Wiki is rather a great challenge for me, but I really enjoy this process of learning and progressing. The realization of online version of Nebula is also my work.

    Yang Xue


  • Hi, I am a postgraduate majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology, responsible for giving advice on some of the arts designing work in our team, including T-shirts and wiki design.

    Shangnian Wang
  • Hi, I am a doctoral student in CEFG. Current Research interests: codon usage, bioinformatics database. I did algorithm of visualization of Nebula and Transpeeder.

    Yuannong Ye


  • Dr. Jian Huang is a professor in the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. He holds M.D. degree with experience in medicine, basic immunology and bioinformatics from the West China University of Medical Sciences and the Kyoto University. His studies focus on the molecular aspects of antigens, antibodies and peptide aptamers. His work has resulted in the development of a few immunological databases and web programs which have become to be important tools and data resources for both computational biologists and experimental biologists, especially those using phage display technology.

    For more information, please visit his homepage

    Jian Huang
  • Dr. Lin is an associate professor of the Center of Bioinformatics in the School of Life Science and Technology interested in proteomics bioinformatics and system biology.

    For more information, please visit

    Hao Lin
  • Dr. Xianlong Wang is an associate professor of computational chemistry and biology at the Center of Bioinformatics, the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. He is interested in modelling both small molecules and biological macromolecules and developing new algorithms.

    Xianlong Wang

Contact us

Shahe Campus:No.4, Section 2, North Jianshe Road, 610054

Qingshuihe Campus:No.2006, Xiyuan Ave, West Hi-Tech Zone, 611731