We are pleased to announce the finalists for the GHTC 2016 Student Paper Contest.
The Top 5 Student Best Papers will be presented in Program Session C3.
|A Universal Charge Controller for Integrating Distributed Energy Resources
Shammya S Saha (Arizona State University)
|Thermal Autonomous Housing for the Developing World: A Case Study in Bhuj
Emma Nelson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
|Evaluating upper-extremity (dys)function using inertial measurement unit technology and its applications to resource-constrained settings
Alisa Aguirre (San Francisco State University)
|Quantification of a Latex Aggluntination Assay for Bacterial Pathogen Detection in a Low-Cost Capillary-Driven Fluidic Platform
Kyle Pietrzyk (Santa Clara University)
|Image Based Spare Parts Reconstruction for Repairing Vital Infrastructure after Disasters
Julius Schöning and Gunther Heidemann (Osnabrück University, Germany)