Ericsson Innovation Awards 2019
Of more than 2000 entries, these are the top student teams globally that are selected as finalists for this year’s Ericsson Innovation Awards!
Our search for the future in tech innovation has left us reeling. From Singapore to Islamabad to Toronto and beyond, 15 impressive semi-finalists from around the globe have now become four finalists! Now these teams go head to head for the top spot and the EIA grand prize: 25,000 Euros. Dive deeper and check out their projects below.
|Manta||National University of Singapore||Singapore|
|εswift: Smart and Self Stabilizing Water-Wind Floating Turbine||Keio University||Japan|
|S-Crew||Istanbul Bahçeşehir University||Turkey|
|Adelaide Bio-AUV||The University of Adelaide||Australia|
|Underwater Communication Modem||Indian Institute of Technology Madras||India|
|Hydro Legos||University of Western Ontario||Canada|
|The Curious Clan||KTH Royal Institute of Technology||Sweden|
|thermohaline system||National University of Science and Technology||Pakistan|
|Hurricane detector||APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University||India|
|Underwater Food Storage Tank||University of British Columbia||Canada|
|Black Sea Energy||Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest||Romania|
|Life 2.0||University of Johannesburg||South Africa|
|AGH Solar Boat Team||AGH University of Science and Technology||Poland|
|The Future Clean Energy Power Plant||University Malaysia Perlis(UniMAP)||Malaysia|
Thank you to everyone that applied! It is inspiring to see so many bright ideas in one place. Make sure to keep your eyes on our career center and social media channes for more opportunities to engage with us.