Hsu Yue-Er from Taiwan wins the bronze medal in the I-SWEEEP contest
The International Sustainable World Engineering, Energy & Environment Project (I-SWEEEP) is an international science competition open to high school students that was launched in Houston in the spring of 2008. It brings together the best science-focused students and their projects from around the world. This year 846 contestants from 71 countries presented 410 projects at this highly prestigious science fair.
For his project, Hsu Yue-Er found a safe creative way to greatly improve the transmission efficiency of wireless chargers. Chou Hui-Yi, the director of the Education Division at TECO in Houston, congratulated Hsu Yue-Er on behalf of Dr. Se-Hwa Wu, Taiwan’s Minister of Education, for his great achievement and praised him for his outstanding accomplishment on this global stage.