Two projects representing ESIEE Paris participated in the ICAN 2018 competition in Hong Kong from the 23rd to the 27th June 2018.
Two projects representing ESIEE Paris participated in the competition ICAN 2018 (International Contest of Applications in Nano-Micro Technologies). Both teams won 3rd place with a prize of 500 dollars and have gained a place at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
Project group « No'zz - Intelligent alarm clock » had already won the “Prix de l’Innovation” during the Jour des Projets ESIEE Paris in 2017.
No’zz is an alarm clock which is customized to the person via an Android app. Even though it is only an alarm clock it can display the weather, the main news as well as information on how you slept.
Well done to the team represented by Mathieu et Luc in Hong Kong! They were accompanied by Tarik Bourouina who is a University Professor and researcher here at ESIEE Paris.
The second team is a mix of ESIEE Paris and l'Université Ain-Shams, Cairo, in Egypt who have been awarded for their project : Portable Air Quality Monitoring and Purification.
Mazen, a PhD student from ESIEE Paris (Université Paris-Est) was also in Hong Kong to defend this project which also placed 3rd.
The ICAN competition 2018 was held in Hong Kong from the 23rd to the 27th June 2018.
Founded in China in 2007, ICAN (International Contest of Applications in Nano-Micro Technologies) became an international competition in 2010. Every year, the competition attracts more than 10 000 students coming from 20 countries across the world such as The United States, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, New Zealand, China and Canada.
The competition is open to students interested in new technology. The projects must be innovative and aim to improve the quality of life.