02/27/2024

BTS IFRP Team Holds Award Ceremony to Honor Recipients of 2023 X-CORPS+Festival!

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The award presentation ceremony took place at the UNIST Haedong Faculty Lounge on February 27, 2024.

Team BTS-TBL honored with the Minister of Science and ICT Award for their groundbreaking work on glaucoma diagnosis.

The BTS Industry-Friendly Research Project (IFRP) Team recently held an award ceremony to honor Team BTS-TBL for their outstanding achievement at the 2023 X-CORPS+Festival. The award presentation ceremony took place at the UNIST Haedong Faculty Lounge on February 27, 2024.

The X-CORPS+Festival serves as a platform for universities to showcase remarkable accomplishments in field-linked projects, aimed at nurturing future industry leaders. The 2023 X-CORPS+Festival was held in Daejeon last November, with 78 exceptional research teams pre-selected from 485 teams representing 14 universities nationwide. From UNIST, the top 8 teams secured their spots to participate in the festival after winning prizes at the BTS IFRP Program.

Team BTS-TBL awareded the Minister of Science and ICT Award for their groundbreaking work on glaucoma diagnosis at the X-CORPS+Festival, held in Daejeon. l Image Credit: BTS IFRP Team

Team BTS-TBL won the prestigious Minister of Science and ICT Award for their groundbreaking work on developing artificial intelligence models and related applications for the early diagnosis of glaucoma. Led by Professor Woonggyu Jung from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at UNIST, the team comprised graduate students, undergraduate students, and medical students from the University of Ulsan College of Medicine.

Professor Jung emphasized the success of the team, stating, “Through a collaborative program that bridges medical and engineering disciplines, we achieved remarkable results within a short three-month preparation period.”

Team BTS-TBL awareded the Minister of Science and ICT Award for their groundbreaking work on glaucoma diagnosis at the X-CORPS+Festival, held in Daejeon. l Image Credit: BTS IFRP Team

Team BTS-TBL won the prestigious Minister of Science and ICT Award for their groundbreaking work on developing artificial intelligence models and related applications for the early diagnosis of glaucoma. Led by Professor Woonggyu Jung from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at UNIST, the team comprised graduate students, undergraduate students, and medical students from the University of Ulsan College of Medicine.

Professor Jung emphasized the success of the team, stating, “Through a collaborative program that bridges medical and engineering disciplines, we achieved remarkable results within a short three-month preparation period.”