Date: March 1 – 2, 2018
ZWI.Space Uni Graz, Halbärthgasse 2-4, 8010 Graz
Target Group:
open to students of all fields

Are you interested in new technologies, enjoying yourself in working in interdisciplinary teams and willing to meet the challenge to develop a business concept?
Come and join us at the first Science2Business Challenge 2018

Apply now for this event! – Until 28th February 2018.

You will meet inventors who have already developed a technology and are now looking for support for an entrepreneurial implementation. A group of start-up experts accompanies you during the event.

At the Science2Business Challenge 2018 you are able to bring your knowledge into one of three electrical engineering / IT technologies and try to win amazing prizes. The winning team will be part of the next UT11 Academy sponsored by  logo_claim_cs3.

The following technologies are available for your selection:

What to expect:

  • 48 hours intensive discussion about a brand-new technology within an interdisciplinary team
  • Unique team experiences by working on the identification and implementation of technological applications
  • Win amazing prizes:
    • Participation in the Up to Eleven Academy, sponsored by UT11
    • Graz-Vouchers und Goodies, sponsored by Graz Business Server

We take care for food and drinks for the whole workshop time.

Day 1
Generating ideas (e.g. How can you address new markets with these technologies?) The interdisciplinary teams get support from the experts of Center of Entrepreneurship and Applied Business Studies and the inventors.

Day 2
Selection of the possible applications of the technologies. Developing a business concept that includes a roadmap for implementation.
Presentation of the results.

You can find the official invitation here: s2b_challenge2018

We are looking forward to welcome you at the first Science2Business Challenge!

Contact person for further enquires:
Michael Freidl
Office of Research Management and Service at the University of Graz


Pictures: Lee, Y.J., Lee and S. & Yoon, J. (2014), Nils Buchhold, Manfred Hartbauer/University of Graz

Written by: University of Graz, TK
on: 18/01/2018