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Romanians win 35 gold medals at the Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions

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Romanians were awarded 35 gold medals, 8 silver medals and 27 special distinctions at the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva 2017.

The exhibition took place between March 29-April 2nd and it is considered one of the most prestigious events in the field of inventions.

40 inventions were selected by the Research and Innovation Ministry in Romania to be presented at the exhibit. 8 Romanian inventions were presented independently. The independent presentations have managed to win 3 gold medals and 2 silver medals.

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Over 2,000 inventions from 40 countries were presented this year. The inventions were represented by companies, universities, state organizations and private researchers.

 

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The prizes were:

PRIZE OF THE WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANIZATION (WIPO)

awarded by Mr Quan-Ling SIM, Chief of Communication and Relations with PCT users, to Mr Mihai Raceanu, Romania

for a device and method for monitoring electrical low voltage systems in order to discover dysfunctions and risks of fire

PRIZE OF THE TURKISH PATENT INSTITUTE

Awarded by Mr Salih KOCA, Head of the delegation,
to Mr Hossein Neishabouri, Iran
for an impulsive induction heating contactless de-icing system
to Vladareanu, Munteanu, Sireteanu, Dumitrache et al, Romania for a method for speed-positioning control, in 3D space

 

  • PRIZE OF THE STATE AGENCY FOR INVENTIONS AND TRADEMARKS OF ROMANIA – OSIM
    awarded by Mrs Tatiana Radu,

to Batalu, Semenescu, Costoiu, Anoniac et al, Romania

for their semi constrained total elbow prosthesis made of metallic shape-memory material, meant to replace the joint

to Mira Technologies Group, Romania
for a transportable detector for luggage screening

 

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  • PRIZE OF THE STATE AGENCY FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF MOLDOVA (AGEPI)

awarded by Prof. Aurelian GULEA, Representative of the Exhibition of Moldova, to Batalu, Semenescu, Costoiu, Anoniac et alea, Romania

for their semi constrained total elbow prosthesis made of metallic shape-memory material, meant to replace the joint

 

  • PRIZE OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY «TECHNOPOL MOSCOW» RUSSIA
    awarded by Mr Vadim GOUSSEV, General Director,

to Impex Romcatel Research and Design Iasi «Petru Poni» – Institute Of Macromolecular Chemistry – National Complex of Museums – University Iasi, Romania

for an afterglow plasma decontamination equipment, which allows the inactivation of fungi and bacteria on two-dimensional cultural heritage items (paper, parchment, photographs)

  • INNOVATION PRIZE OF THE HONG KONG SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARKS CORPORATION
    awarded by Dr. Andrew YOUNG, Vice-President,

to the Institut National de Recherche et Développement pour la Sécurité Minière et la Preuve d’Explosion, Romania

for a method for the restoration of ventilation network affected by an explosion on the basis of critical paths

to Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania for a turn-over device for hemispherical ends

 

  • PRIZE OF THE HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY

awarded by Dr. Andrew YOUNG, Vice-President, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, Hong Kong – China

to Politehnica University of Bucarest, Romania
for an equipment for machining curving holes and micro-holes

  • PRIZES OF THE TAIPEI DELEGATION

awarded by Mr CHEN Tsung-Tai, Representative of the Exhibition for Taipei and Mr Bob CHEN, General Director of the Cultural and Economic Delegation of Taipei,

to Banat’s University of Agriculture Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” From Timisoara / Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Romania

for a gel for treatment of dry lesions in canine demodicosis

 

 

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