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All Ideas

S.No Project ID Idea Name Domain Abstract University
1 1667 Steeping of corn with supercritical co2 and ultrasonic waves NoPoverty In the steeping, which has been used in the corn starch production industry for about 150 years (traditional method) to separate corn starch from protein, fibre and germ before wet milling of corn, about 1.2 m3 of water is used for 1 tonne of corn and this process takes between 36 and 48 hours. In this context, a lot of water, energy and time is spent for the steeping. This project aims to reduce energy consumption and save processing time by completely eliminating the use of water in the steeping process process. For this purpose, a specially designed supercritical CO2 extractor will be used as an alternative to the traditional method. Gaziantep university / Türkiye
2 1668 Elektronik Bardak IndustryInnovationAndInfrastructure Çok fonksiyonlu elektronik bardak, içeceğinizi kişiselleştirmenin yanı sıra hızlı hazırlık sunar. Şarj edilebilir batarya, Peltier modülüyle soğutma ve ısıtma, güvenlik önlemleri, karıştırıcı, Arduino kontrolü ve paslanmaz çelik tasarımıyla mükemmel bir deneyim sunar. Ayrıca, iç kısmı çıkarılabilir ve yan bölmelerle çay, kahve ve şeker miktarını ayarlamak kolaylaşır. Elazığ Fırat Üniversitesi
3 1669 Sustainable Hydration CleanWaterAndSanitation This project serves a key role in sustainable water management and optimizes water resources on green campuses. This reduces the wastage of water on a larger scale and, in return, conserves fresh water by recycling greywater, which promotes sustainability on green campuses. Antalya Bilim Üniversitesi / Antalya - Turkey
4 1670 flight control Other (enhancing the flight performance during the sudden accidents) our project depending on the active fault tolerance control method to enhance the flight control algorithm to be suitable and adaptive for all flight situations , specially for the sudden accident during the mission of the flight vehicle ( aircraft ,quadcopter , UV aircraft , missile and helicopter) Gaziantep university turkey -Gaziantep
5 1671 Energy Paint AffordableAndCleanEnergy Approximately 66% of global energy is wasted as heat. Thermoelectric Generators (TEGs) can convert some of this waste heat into electricity. TEGs have advantages over other green energy sources, such as quiet operation, continuous operation, and low costs. Traditional TE modules are limited to flat surfaces and are costly. This project developed a non-toxic, economical TE paint using sodium silicate and graphite, achieving a voltage of 25 mV with a 15°C difference. This paint, applied to various surfaces, enables efficient, renewable electricity from waste heat. Istanbul University-Cerrahpasa / Istanbul
6 1672 Energy Paint AffordableAndCleanEnergy Approximately 66% of global energy is wasted as heat. Thermoelectric Generators (TEGs) can convert some of this waste heat into electricity. TEGs have advantages over other green energy sources, such as quiet operation, continuous operation, and low costs. Traditional TE modules are limited to flat surfaces and are costly. This project developed a non-toxic, economical TE paint using sodium silicate and graphite, achieving a voltage of 25 mV with a 15°C difference. This paint, applied to various surfaces, enables efficient, renewable electricity from waste heat. Istanbul University-Cerrahpasa / Istanbul
7 1673 Cooling Paint AffordableAndCleanEnergy Cooling has a significant place in global energy consumption. Mostly, active cooling (which requires energy) is used worldwide. The large energy demand of active cooling systems has become an increasingly significant issue. Therefore, researchers have started to explore passive cooling systems that do not consume energy. One of these passive cooling systems, radiative cooling, has recently become a focal point of interest. Due to its passive nature, it has the potential to reduce urban heat island effects by lowering building temperatures and can also mitigate global warming, one of the biggest problems in recent years, by reducing CO2 emissions from cooling applications. İstanbul Üniversitesi-Cerrahpaşa, İstanbul