Winners of Applied Research Day (December 2016)


1st Place Winning Project

SmartMoms is a mobile application for iOS and Android that pairs with Fitbit to track weight gain, calorie intake, quality of sleep, physical activity, and heart rate of expecting mothers. With a main focus on health, it helps women make healthy choices through each stage of their pregnancy.

Presenters: : Matt Young; Mannat Luthra; McKenzie McGilchrist; Vlad Tonkonogov
Principal Investigator: Christopher Elliott
Industry Partner: University of OttawaSmart Moms accepting award

Immunity Warriors

2nd Place Winning Project

Immunity Warriors is a motion comic book that uses Madefire to transform a traditional comic book into an exciting interactive experience. With an action packed storyline, Immunity Warriors educates children on their immune system, battling viruses, and the importance of vaccinations.

Presenters: Kari Ball; Stephanie Paiement; Dom Richichi and Jason Eduardo Mata
Principal Investigator: Kevin Holmes
Industry Partner: Ottawa Hospital mHealth Research TeamImmunity Warriors accept award

Mobile Innovation Ecosystem Map App

3rd Place Winning Project

A complex large-format map of Canada’s Innovation Ecosystem was reimagined for a smartphone app.Bureaucrats and Trade Commissioners need to tell Canada’s innovation stories in the field, often without a lot of space. The team has taken their user-tested redesign into a coded prototype.

Presenters: Kayla Bowmaster and Edmer Buen
Principal Investigator: Stefan Dickerson
Industry Partner: Global AdvantageThird place team accepting tehir award


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