For the sixth year, Upper School engineering and biomedical science students competed at the Conrad Challenge Innovation Summit. As 2022 national finalists, two teams represented Gulliver Prep in the categories of health and nutrition, and cyber security. Students gave their pitches in Shark Tank style presentations at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Team Phish Byte (pictured, left), comprised of Joshua Trattler ‘23, Leonardo De Paoli ‘23, Jacob Getson ‘23, Harry Sharma ’23, and Ava Seymour, pitched a software that allows individuals to securely and safely browse the internet. Phish Byte uses machine learning that imitates how humans use the internet and protects users from phishing attacks.
Team Babymometer (pictured, right), comprised of Yvette Chamoun ‘22, Florentine Bullrich ‘22, Christine Lezama ‘22, and Naomi Dreicer Liberman ‘23, presented a plan to develop a device aimed to monitor a baby throughout the night. The device tracks an infant’s temperature and alerts parents when the temperature exceeds 100 degrees Fahrenheit.