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​The Falling Walls Lab Singapore 2019 (27 Sep 2019)

Published on: 01-Jul-2019

The Falling Walls Lab, organised by NTU with venue host, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) and partners, the German Embassy in Singapore, EURAXESS, the National Research Foundation and NUS, is a challenging, inspiring and interdisciplinary format for outstanding talents. It offers the opportunity to excellent students, academics, and professionals to present their innovative ideas, research projects and social initiatives.

Present your research project, business plan or social initiative in 3 minutes (any disciplie) before our prestigious jury and win a trip to Berlin, Germany to participate in the Falling Walls Finale on 8 November 2019! Winner will receive travel costs and accoommodation to Berlin, a ticket to the international Falling Walls Conference on 9 November 2019 and the EURAXESS Prize valued at 600 euros to visit a research lab or university of his and her choice in any of the 28 member countries of the EU.

Submit your proposal at https://falling-walls.com/lab/apply/asia-oceania (select Singapore).

Eligibility Criteria:

  • If an applicant has a Bachelor's degree, the degree should not date back more than 10 years
  • If an applicant has a Master's degree, the degree should not date back more than 7 years 
  • If an applicant has a PhD, the degree not date back more than 5 years
  • Postdocs and students currently enrolled in university are eligible to apply
  • All applicants must be over 18 years old

 

Application deadline has been extended to 12 August 2019 and selected participants will be notified in late August to compete on 27 September, 2pm at UT Auditorium 1, NUS.

Register here to take part in Falling Walls Lab Singapore as audience!

International Labs and the Finale in Berlin 

The first Falling Walls Lab took place in Berlin in 2011 one day prior to the Falling Walls Conference (www.falling-walls.com/conference), established on the anniversary of the falling of the Berlin Wall. Thanks to the huge success of the Falling Walls Lab 2011, the Falling Walls Foundation and A.T. Kearney extended the format to a global scale in 2012. Since then, international Labs take place in different vibrant cities around the world throughout the year. So far, Falling Walls Labs have taken place in more than 30 countries. The Falling Walls Lab Finale is held each year in Berlin on 8 November. The Finale gathers 100 participants, among them all winners of the international Labs.

If you have any questions, please contact fwlsingapore@ntu.edu.sg/.

Lab19_Poster_Singapore.pdf

 

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