First TWIP $1500 AWARD
Second STIBL $1000 AWARD
Third eHEALTH $500 AWARD
NOTE: The first two teams will submit their executive summaries and their business plans by 15th September to the regional Competition Novatech – and on 1 October they will participate at the semi-finals in Istanbul, Turkey.
Polytechnic University of Bucharest
Bogdan Bocse (Team Leader) – Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science
Claudiu Mihail – Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science
Sofia Neata – Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science
TWIP is a software suite that is to offer real-time support for collaborative, interactive development of projects and ideas. Basically, the members of a team could be writing text or code, drawing diagrams, sketching ideas, editing pictures or movie clips together, on the same workspace, in real-time, regardless of the physical distance between them. Every one could see everything that everyone else has changed a fraction of a second after it happened.
Liviu Cotfas (Team Leader) – Cibernetica Statistica si Informatica Economica
Andreea Diosteanu – Cibernetica Statistica si Informatica Economica
Elena Ghilt – Cibernetica Statistica si Informatica Economica
Andrei Gavrila – Cibernetica Statistica si Informatica Economica
Innovation (route planner software):
STIBL is a response to the ongoing Public Transportation Campaign sustained by UNEP(United Nations Environment Programme). Designed as a web, mobile and desktop application STIBL offers the opportunity to identify different routes between two points by using public transport (bus/light rail/subway/coach/train). It is also an excellent trip planner between different areas within and between towns or cities. Furthermore, the application can be a great platform for advertising restaurants, cafes, cinemas, shops, etc. by defining different “interest areas”
George Ionut Olaru (Team Leader) – Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science
Octavian Rinciog – Calculatoare Bucuresti
Catalin Ionut Fratila – Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science
Innovation (patient medical histories):
e.Health – In our modern world diseases evolve alongside society, ranking highly evolved and complex medical cases, leading to harder diagnostics and thus, treatment. Patient medical history has always been crucial and time has come for high end technology to provide it in a safe, robust and easily accessible manner.