This challenge is closed.


Your team can be a melt of variety, nationalities and profiles: engineering school, business, design, journalism, accounting, finance, law... Multidisciplinary teams will be more likely to bring out the best and the more relevant ideas, and they will have the judges' particular attention.


Teams may be composed of 2 or 3 members, which not only brings sufficient complementarity profiles but also ensures a staff small enough to coordinate the workload easily.

If you are alone or only two in your team, don't hesitate to meet others challengers on the platform, it can only be for the best! 



Once selected, your team will be able to take advantage of teacher’s advice. Indeed, you can invite any of your teachers to the platform via the personal space of your team. Do not hesitate to offer a mentoring project to your own teachers. Sometimes it can even allow you to earn credits for your diploma. 



This challenge is divided into 2 steps:

1) A first document will help preselect the most relevant projects. Thus, we ask you to download the preselection file in which you will detail your project. This "teaser" must create interest of the jury to make them want to see your project in further details. 


 These documents have to be sent on PDF format before May 5th 2013 midnight - Paris time zone, GMT+1 - via your online team space.

2) Selected teams - 30 maximum - will have to send a second document providing in-depth presentation of their concept - maximum 15 slides or pages - including annexes-. We recommend you to use visual elements - drawings, video, animation, model ... - allowing you to present your concept as concretely as possible. The written files should contain, as possible, the rules of the challenge. 

These documents have to be sent on PDF format before June 23th 2013 - Paris time zone, GMT+1 - via your online team space.

Among participating teams, 5 teams will be selected for the final. These 5 teams will be invited to present their concept on the Final Ceremony and The top 5 ranking will be determined at the end of their presentation. The presentation will last 10 minutes, and be followed by 5 minutes of questions. Remember: be clear, concise, accurate and convincing!