PUCP Groups Get Medals at the 47th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva

From April 10 to 14, the 47th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva was held, an event in which about 800 inventors from 42 countries gathered to show their findings and patents, with the aim of attracting industries and companies that can disseminate and commercialize them on a large scale.

This last edition had the participation of two PUCP teams: on the one hand, Dr. Andres Guerra and the doctoral students Carlos Torres and Paul Llontop, members of the Materials Science and Renewable Energy Group (MatER), exhibited their novel procedure to obtain transparent and luminescent films; on the other hand, PUCP graduates Israel Luis, Consuelo Cano and Blanca Perez showed a device that measures the rotational movement of the joints, which was developed in the Biomechanics and Applied Robotics Research Laboratory (Libra) of the Applied Robotics and Biomechanics Research Group. This first team received the bronze medal, while the second received the silver medal.

Congratulations to all the participants!

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