InCube Challenge 2019

THINK INSIDE THE BOX

Applications closed - Selected Participants Will Be Contacted 

 InCube: September 26 – 30, 2019
OutCube: September 20 – 22, 2019

From Problem to Prototype in a Weekend

InCube is an international competition, where students live for four days in a glass cube. Based on a given challenge, they need to define the problem they want to tackle, ideate for solutions and create a prototype. At the final event, the different team compete in a pitch battle in front of a live audience an jury.

  • 1. Starter Cube: The participants receive a box with goodies related to their challenge in the cube.
  • 2. OutCube: is the pre-event in a swiss mountain resort during 20 - 22 September. Workshops prepare the participants for InCube and they will also work on the teambuilding.
  • 3. InCube: Means four days of challenge in a glass Cube during 26 - 30 September. Experts and academic partners provide some guidance on the way to a solution, while everything is visible for the public.
  • 4. Startup-Concept: After the event incentives are created to motivate the continuation of the project into a business idea.

The World of InCube

FAQ's

Incube is open to students of all nationalities based in Singapore at a Bachelor, Masters or PhD level.

Yes! The Cube will be furnished with office furniture, Power Point, WiFi, sofa-bed and curtains to be drawn in the evenings. Shower and toilet facilities are available in the vicinity.

Participants will participate in the workshop in Switzerland (OutCube) with participants from different locations during 13-15 September, 2019. The InCube competition in Singapore will take place during 26-30 September, 2019.

Yes, your trip to Switzerland for the workshop will be sponsored.

Thanks to the sponsors, all costs are covered for your participation.

The application is on a rolling basis. The results will be revealed by 20 August.

It is not binding, however once selected you will need to decide relatively quickly if you participate or not because flight tickets etc. (especially for MIT and Singapore Students) have to be booked or the slot has to be allocate to someone else. In case you are accepted we will give you a few days to sort out logistics (class conflicts etc.) – however it did not seem to be a problem last year. As soon as you decided, you will be required to sign a document that you will participate. InCube is scheduled in the beginning of the semester for MIT and ETH students– we also chose the dates based on feedback we have got from last year’s MIT and ETH participants. It should work out fine.

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