Hanyang University holds the 2nd Innovation Awards Ceremony
Grand Prize was awarded to Lim Tae-ho, a professor in Medicine, for inventing electronic bio-deodorant using plasma technology
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▲ The winners of the 2nd Hanyang Innovation Award are taking a commemorative photo on June 11th in the Administration Building
Hanyang University held the 2nd Innovation Awards at Seoul Campus, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, on the afternoon of June 11th.
In May, Hanyang University held a contest for Hanyang’s researchers to discover excellent pieces of technology and to commercialize it. Six out of 37 excellent products were awarded through the screening.
Grand Prize was awarded to Professor Lim Tae-ho (Medicine), who developed Electronic Bio Deodorant Using Plasma Technology. The technology features mobile monitoring and control through microbial sterilization, removal of organic matter, and IoT linkage.
Additionally, First Prize was given to Professor Oh Seong-Keun (Chemical Engineering) for developing a mask for blocking heavy metals with silica nanoparticles, and Cho Seong-ho (Electronic Engineering) for Contactless Bio-signal Measurement Technology. Also, Professor Lim Chang-hwan (Electrical and Biomedical Engineering), Kim Tae-won (Mechanical Engineering), and Lee Joo (Electrical and Biomedical Engineering) received Excellence Prizes for developing a brain-computer interface technology using AR, Hybrid Material Precision Styling Dressing, and the Slotless Motor, respectively.
Meanwhile, Hanyang University will select additional technological products and participate in the Consumer Electronic Association (CES) held in Las Vegas in January 2020. Hanyang University was the first winner from Korea of two Innovation Awards at CES 2019 held in January.
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