IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC)
Technology for the Benefit of Humanity // Santa Clara University, USA / September 8-11, 2022

Student Poster Contestants

GHTC 2021 Student Poster Competition – Virtual – Tuesday, October 19 14:00 – 18:15 PT

Chair: Mostafa Mortezaie (DeVry University, USA)

Judging post competition, results announced.
Audience Participates in the judging – people’s choice award.

 

# Poster Abstract Poster Author(s) School
1 Monitoring Coastal Habitats Through Machine Learning PDF Kalib Perkins DeVry University
2 Investigating the use of Wearable Technology to Improve the Safety of Humanitarian Workers in Dangerous Situations PDF Ally Moodie, Madura Senadeera & Adele van der Winden Queensland University of Technology
3 Intelligent Digitalization of Sinhala Form Template PDF Kevin Gomez Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology
4 Investigating Clay Pot Coolers for Food Storage in Developing Nations PDF Max Burns Massachusetts Institute of Technology
5 Impact of Monoethanolamine (MEA) on the Removal of Organic and Nitrogen in an Activated Sludge System PDF N.N.H Ismail, A.N.F Akhma, M.A. Razali & M.A.H.M. Fauzi Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
6 Virtual Reality Education PDF Imran Jahangir, Jay Perez, Rolando Reyes, Rohail Khan, Blien Mahari University of Houston
7 Forecasting American COVID-19 Cases and Deaths through Machine Learning PDF Anaiy Somalwar BASIS Independent Silicon Valley
8 Finding User’s ‘Happiness Factor’ by Analyzing Posts on Social Media for Mental Health Support PDF Pramita Das National Institute of Technology Durgapur