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The jury of the contest "Innovations to improve the quality of life and health of people with disabilities," recognized the "CyberEye" system as the most innovative among of the submitted proposals. Many candidates, both companies and individuals, competed for the title of the most innovative solutions that helps enhance the quality of daily life for people with disabilities. All solutions stand out unconventional and creative approach to the subject of improving the functioning of people with different kinds of disabilities. On behalf of the creators of the "CyberEye" , prof. Andrzej Czyzewski received the award during the conference "Assessing and supporting the psychomotor development of a child" that took place on 16 May 2016.
The 138th Audio Engineering Society Convention took place in Warsaw, May 7 to 10, 2015. The Convention hosted 1500 participants from Poland and around the world. One of the events organized for students was the Student Design Competition which attracted many interesting projects. Piotr Hoffmann, a Ph.D. student from the Multimedia Systems Department, presented a project devoted to automatic control system of virtual bass synthesis audio modification depending on music genre, the so-called Smart Virtual Bass Algorithm. The project has been awarded a prize: it received an honourable mention.
A ceremony was held on 9. February 2015 at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister during which Prime Minister’s awards for unique scientific and artistic achievements were presented. A team led by prof. Andrew Czyzewski has been awarded with the First Prize for their achievements in the scientific and technical area. The awarded team members are also prof. Bożena Kostek, Bartosz Kunka, Agnieszka Kwiatkowska, Piotr Odya and Rafał Rybacki.
On 26th September 2014, during the faculty inauguration ceremony of the academic year 2014/2015, Michał Lech - Assistant Professor at the Multimedia Systems Department - received an award for Young Workers of Science for his achievements in year 2013.
Team lead by prof. Andrzej Czyżewski of Gdansk University of Technology, faculty of Electronics, Telecommunication and Informatics, received the First Prize of Prime Minister of Poland for their achievements in the scientific and technical area in 2013. The awarded team consists of prof. Bożena Kostek, Bartosz Kunka, Agnieszka Kwiatkowska, Piotr Odya and Rafał Rybacki.
Michał Lech, Ph.D. of the Multimedia Systems Department, was awarded with 3rd place in the competition for the best Ph.D. dissertation in radio communication and multimedia techniques domain, organised by The Foundation of Supporting Development of Radio Communication and Multimedia Techniques. The 12th edition of the competition covered dissertations awarded by the Faculty Council between 1st January 2013 and 21 February 2014. The subject of the dissertation was Developing the method and algorithms for controlling sound mixing processes by hand gestures using video image analysis.
Michał Lech, Ph.D. of the Department, obtained an honourable mention award in the competition of the Polish Artificial Intelligence Society for the Best Ph.D. Dissertation in Artificial Intelligence in 2013. The subject of the dissertation was developing the method and algorithms for controlling sound mixing processes by hand gestures using video image analysis.
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