GEO-HACKATHON SEASON 2 AWARDS

Theme: Urban Resilience. 6th November 2019 – 24th November,  2020

COMPETITION AWARDS

1. APPLICATION/PRODUCT/PROTOTYPE CATEGORY

             1ST POSITION

                        Score: 72.08%

                       Title of Entry: Smart Citi: A Web-Based Application for Automated Flood-Risk Assessment and Waste Management.

                      Recipient: Osalor Wonderful and Team Members: Sanusi Waris Adeniyi & Ajulo Samuel

                       Department:  Computer Science

           2ND POSITION:

                       Score: 70.32%

                       Title of Entry: Flood early warning system using water level sensors.

                       Recipient: Sonny-Egbeahie Akhere Daniel and Team Member: Akinlade Joshua Oluwadara

                       Department: Electrical and Electronic Engineering

           3RD POSITION:

                      Score: 68.84%

                      Title of Entry: GIS for Waste Management

                      Recipient: Akingboye Mubarak Ayomide and Team Members:  Arinze Besty Adanna & Olaomo Olayemi Olalekan

                      Department: Computer Science

2.   INNOVATIVE INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH CATEGORY

            1ST POSITION

                      Score: 68.8%

                      Title of Entry: Flood Health Risk Mapper

                     Recipient: Ayanda Joy Temitope and Team Members: Akpoterai Lawrence Enejeta, Fatayo Opeyemi Caleb

                     Department: Geography

           2ND POSITION:

                     Score: 62.6%

                     Title of Entry: InnoWASTE – Innovative Solution for Solid Waste Management to Enhance

                     Recipient: Onasanya, Olugbenga and Team Members: Akinola, Joshua, Olayinka, James, Fowowe, Akinsanmi

                     Department: Industrial and Production Engineering

            3RD POSITION:

                    Score: 60.5%

                    Title of Entry: Production of sanitary pads using plastic wastes blocking waterways

                    Recipient: Adekanbi Micheal Lanre and Team Members: Omoyemi Edamisan John, Adeniyi Rasheed Braimah

                    Department: Mechanical Engineering

3.TELL YOUR STORY JOURNAL CATEGORY

            1ST POSITION

             Score: 81% 

             Title of Entry: Fire Incidents – A Reoccurring Menace

             Recipient: John Ife Adeleye

             Department: Geography

        2ND POSITION:

              Score: 71%

              Title of Entry: Mitigating Sachet and Bottled Water Waste: Panacea of Flooding

              Recipients: Adekoya Adetomi Olamide and Team Member: Shomide Patricia

              Department: Crop Protection and Environmental Biology


3RD POSITION: 

               Score: 68%

               Title of Entry: Smart IB: Trade Trash For Treasure

               Recipient: Alasiri Oluwatosin Grace

               Department: Geology

SEASON 2 SUBMISSIONS

A. APPLICATION/PRODUCT/PROTOTYPE

  1. Smart Citi: A Web-Based Application for Automated Flood-Risk Assessment and Waste Management. 
  2. Transrisk Innovation: Using Artificial Intelligence and GIS to Predict Car Crash 
  3. Flood Eearly Warning System Using Water Level Sensors 
  4. BuyWise: Intelligent Software Application to Control Flood in Flood Prone Areas
  5. Waste Zero
  6. GIS for Waste Management
  7. WPick-Up: A Mobile Solution for Waste Collection and Recycling
  8. FootGEN: Device That Converts Human Kinetic Energy To Electricity
  9. AutoCroft
  10. Cleaner Communities

B.  INNOVATIVE INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH

  1. Flood Health Risk Mapper
  2. InnoWASTE – Innovative Solution for Solid Waste Management to Enhance Urban Resilience
  3. Production of Sanitary Pads using Plastic Wastes Blocking Waterways
  4. Risk Mitigation from Plastic Waste in Ibadan Metropolis: Exploring Recycling Model for Sustainable Development
  5. Suitability Analysis of Temporary or Permanent Resettlement Sites for Flood Prone Area Residents in Ibadan
  6. Bio-Energy Estimator BEE – Automated Model
  7. Towards Improving Ibadan City Resilience: A Combined Linear Programming and GIS Approach to Location of Flood Shelters in Areas Vulnerable to Flood
  8. Proposed Architectural and Structural Design to Solve Flooding
  9. Go-Green: Adopting Green Technology as a Solution to Flooding in Ibadan
  10. Flood Risk Mitigation in Ibadan Metropolis using Bayesian Network Model and GIS Spatial Analysis
  11. Waste Water Management and Sewage Treatment
  12. Research on Coconut Husk/Coir/Peat/Fiber

C.  TELL YOUR STORY JOURNAL CATEGORY

  1. Fire Incidents: A Reoccurring Menace.
  2. Mitigating Sachet & Bottled Water Waste: Panacea of Flooding
  3. Smart IB: Trade Trash for Treasure
  4. Geological Implications in Flood Management
  5. Land Pollution: Major Cause of Flood in Ibadan
  6. TheDreaded Path; My Experience at Yawuri River, Akobo
  7. Back to Èbá Òdàn
  8. Climate Change Impact: Building Resilience after 2011 Flooding; My Work with Odo Ona kekere Community
  9. Inaccurate and Inadequate Street Addressing System
  10. Utilizing the Energy Generated by Ibadan Traffic Noise
  11. Malapropos Solid Waste Management
  12. Bisphenol A (BPA) in Plastics and Lining of Food Containers.
  13. Meteoritic Impact: Mass Extinction and Threat to Urbanization
  14. Unheard Realities
  15. Meet the New Gold: Sir Onion
  16. The Impact of Police Brutality: #EndSARSProtest
  17. Making Good use of Water Sachet and Plastic Bottle Waste for Sustainable Development
  18. Economic effects of Covid-19 pandemic
  19. Climate Change and Urban Flooding in Ibadan
  20. Plastic Pollution: Environmental Threat in Ibadan Metropolis
  21. Impact of Poor Road Network in Ibadan

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