For those picked to submit by their school
Please provide us with a short elevator pitch (90 – 120 seconds or less) video explaining the problem you are addressing, the market size, the current competing technology landscape, your idea/approach and why it is better, and the current state of development. You can store the video in a location such as YouTube or other similar site.
You then need to complete the submission form which include a link to your video
For those who were not recommended by their school
We are limited in the number of presentations that we can evaluate and select for the meeting. However, if your school did not get a flyer or you feel that your project is of high quality and deserves to be considered, send a one paragraph email to email@example.com explaining why you believe it should be evaluated. If chosen for further consideration, we will send you further information.
Deadline to enter is April 15, 2018. Finalists will be announced by April 30th, 2018.
Good luck & we look forward to seeing your submissions!
Your submission videos should:
- Be no longer than 90 seconds
- Videos must be viewable via YouTube.
- Include the problem you are addressing, the market size, the current competing technology landscape, your idea/approach and why it is better, and the current state of development (including status of intellectual property)
- Not include any confidential / proprietary information in the video
- Not be based on a company that has raised more than $1M in investment funding already.
- The competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students
- You do not need to have a company yet to compete, but filed intellectual property highly encouraged.
- Videos must be submitted by April 15 for consideration
Our panel of judges will select up to 6 finalists to present and compete at the IEEE-EMBS meeting in Hawaii.
For questions, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org