Innovations garner four awards at international trade fair
PolyU scientists won three Gold Medals and one Special Merit Award at the 71st International Trade Fair for Ideas, Inventions and New Products held in Nuremberg, Germany. More than 800 innovations from over 30 countries were showcased in the Fair. PolyU’s award-winning projects are:
- Atmospheric Acidic Ultrafine Particle Measuring Device
Gold Medal and Special Merit Award
Principal Investigator: Prof. Guo Hai, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Object Detection and Distance Measurement Sensor based on Light Field Imaging
Principal Investigator: Dr Li Li-hua, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Dolphin - Effective Indoor Positioning Service
Principal Investigator: Mr Gary C.M. Leung, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Blue Pin (a PolyU supported start-up), and engineering doctorate student of the Department of Electronic and Information Engineering
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