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NYU Tandon Made Challenge: Robotic Devices Challenge Final Pitch Event
Host: NYU Entrepreneurial Institute
Join us for the pitch event for the first of three of our NYU Tandon Made Challenges – the Robotic Control of Healthcare Devices Challenge!
A panel of Tandon professors will judge six pitches and award a $5,000 grand prize to one undergraduate and one graduate student team.
The NYU Tandon Made Challenge is an innovation competition and opportunity for all incoming NYU Tandon students, both undergraduate and graduate, to be engrained in the entrepreneurial culture at the school. Student teams will focus their immense talents on solving pressing healthcare challenges during and after the COVID-19 crisis — and to potentially see their solutions brought to market.
The series of challenges started on June 1, and each challenge will run for two weeks, beginning with Zero Contact Hardware. Each challenge has a $10,000 prize pool split between the undergraduate and graduate winning teams of each challenge, with $30,000 total awarded over the summer.
Webinars on the topics and team formation will occur throughout May and during each challenge, allowing students to learn from industry experts and engineering leaders while coming together to form lifelong bonds with other incoming and current NYU Tandon students. To register and learn more about the challenges, please visit the NYU Tandon Made Challenge website.
Whatever the concept, the NYU Tandon Made Challenge encourages you to bring it to life — quickly, collaboratively, and efficiently.