In a competition organised by the Human Underwater Society (HUS), an ESIEE Paris student, Clément Guiberteau, won a prize in the “Student” category for his project: An integrated diving regulator for asthmatics.
All the lauréats and the winners of the first edition will travel to Polynesia this year. They will assist at a press conference and will meet members of the association. Air Tahiti Nui, the official partner of HUS, will provide the travel.
“The vast underwater space on our planet offers an immense oppourtunity for development.”
Human Underwater Society is a not for profit Polynesian organisation and is the first to promote the development of technology to increase awarness for the underwater environment, and provide solutions for health, environmental and industrial issues.
A HUS prize for “Media and Education” will be announced in the coming months, find out more at www.humanunderwatersociety.org