The cornea locates in the front of the eye provides most of the eye's refractive power. The main reasons for vision loss are cataracts as well as corneal diseases. More than 60,000 corneal transplants are performed annually in the world, while 10 million people are exposed to corneal blindness. The cornea is formed by periodic positioning of 20 nm thick collagen fibers in a transparent proteoglycan matrix positioned parallel to each other.
Global warming is considered to be the most challenging issue of this decade. Various attempts have been examined and applied to seek change and a better life for the future. The development of renewable energy has increased drastically due to limited resources and environmental problems of fossil fuels.
The purpose of this technology is to ensure that the production is carried out in a closed structure, that the crop is preserved throughout its development and that the conditions for optimal growth are maintained. Because of its effect on the development of plants, it is known that light is one of the most important external factors for plants.
With this, Brief Assessment technique via Networking Technology for Aquaculture qualitY (BANTAY), an aquaculture monitoring device, was developed to record sensor readings and assess identified water parameters, which are intended to alert farmers during critical levels.
The project aims to provide a sustainable and efficient crop health monitoring system by incorporating a smart monitoring technology for crop pest and crop disease presence detection.
The project aims to design a glass system that utilizes refraction and capillarity phenomena to change the optical haze of the system without electricity, heat, light, etc. The objective is to differentiate the widespread technology and obtain a basic, low-cost product.
Our project is an application that teaches Filipino Sign Language gestures through a video-based instructional material and a Kinect-based performance evaluating method. The application shows the step-by-step procedure of the sign language gestures.
Ginhawa is an Arduino-based device equipped with an MQ-138 Sensor which is a type of metal oxide semiconductor-based gas sensor that is highly sensitive to acetone. Ginhawa aims to provide a non-invasive way of identifying if a certain individual has a high level of glucose in their blood.
HIKAway is a device that aims to protect asthmatic people from potentially fatal asthma attacks by constantly monitoring the air quality around them and automatically notifies when it is dangerous. It provides a way of knowing when to take precautionary measures when being subject to harsh air conditions
IMAHE (Image processing device for Microplastics Assessment and Highquality Evaluation of water) has an integrated pocket microscope and Raspberry Pi camera to take images of the samples and use image processing to detect the approximate sizes of microplastic particles in the picture.
In our project, it is aimed to measure breathing without contact with the laser speckle method and fiber optic material. The change in the speckle pattern was calculated when the pressure of the breath bends the fiber optic cable and the passing light.
With this project, we aim to make it easier for people to understand logic grid puzzles. We are trying to achieve this goal by solving said puzzles using a computer. It is expected that this project will make these puzzles more accessible.
Many studies have indicated that solar energy experiences efficiency losses. A way to mitigate efficiency losses is through reducing light gathering losses. To diminish light gathering losses, a solar tracker can be used. This study compared different tracking setups - dual-axis, y-axis, x-axis, and fixed-axis - and made a performance analysis out of the results.
NanoHeal: Development and Characterization of Cellulose Nanofibers from Musa acuminata x balbisiana (Cardaba) Banana Peels as an Antibacterial and Blood Coagulating Agent
The use of synthesized inorganic materials in nanotechnology poses great danger towards people, raising the demand for organic materials to be developed instead. Cellulose nanofibers, which have unique properties and organic origin, have been seen as a great potential for various applications.
This project aims to protect card owners from swindlers, intercepting the interaction between cards and disguised data stealing devices thanks to a system embedded in the wallet. Before conducting the project, we reviewed literature and investigated whether or not any project is conducted about the devices used for this purpose. And we found out that our project idea was never used in a project.
PRODUCTION OF ORODISPERSIBLE NANOFIBER PHARMACEUTICALS FOR PEDIATRIC AND NEWBORN PATIENTS WITH THE ELECTROSPINNING METHOD
The aim of project is to produce nanofiber orodispersible drugs that offer precise dosing and ease of use for children, newborns and premature children.
The massive flood in South Kalimantan motivated us to use our knowledge and ability to serve the country even though we are far away from it. It made us think, "what could we do with that amount of water?" Yet, at the same time, we are dealing with water scarcity, not also in Indonesia or Saudi Arabia, but all over the world. That was how an idea strut into our minds, "could we harvest rainwater for daily use?". The answer is YES.
ReefPatrol is an innovative device that preserves coral reefs by closely monitoring the temperature, pH, turbidity, and dissolved oxygen content in coral waters, maintains coral reef health by helping the government regulate harmful actions against the reefs through online and accessible data, and finds new effective ways of preserving and maintaining coral reefs by educating the mass public, academic institutions, and field experts on coral conservation through open source data.
Project SIMOY aims to monitor the air quality of residential areas near waste disposal sites to aid in determining whether the levels of hazardous gasses are dangerous for the health of the residents.
SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM USING DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEM POWERED BY SOLAR PANELS WORKING MODEL
This project is heavily inspired by the current emergency in terms of food production and climate crisis. There is a tremendous demand to fulfill food, especially with massive population growth.
In our project, it is aimed to design microfluidic pumps (MFP) to be used in medical field and conduct its production with 3D printer technologies First of all, MFP parts were designed and printed with the help of 3D printer and on AutoCAD.
The work aims to provide a portable and a non-invasive innovative health monitoring system utilizing infrared light. The device detects necessary vital signs particularly heart rate (bpm), blood oxygen saturation (SaO2), blood glucose (mg/dL), and body temperature (°C) from the fingertip of the user.