Siemens has selected Georgia Tech as one of six universities nationwide to host their on-campus FutureMakers Challenge to bolster the company’s innovation pipeline and empower the nation’s top talent. Georgia Tech was selected based on its technical strengths, match to Siemens’ projects and history of collaboration.
The FutureMakers Challenge will focus on Augmented Perceptions and Manufacturing Design using Geometry, and Modeling and will take place on Friday, May 4. Georgia Tech undergraduate and doctoral students will compete for prize of a $140,000 investment and the chance to work with Siemens’ Corporate Technology teams to commercialize their idea.
Winners will be selected based on innovation, out-of-the-box thinking and relevance to market needs. First, second and third place teams will all receive prizes.
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