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24/05/2019 News

“24 hours innovation” for the 1st time in Angola

On May 23 to 24, at the same time and in more than 20 countries over 5 continents, it was held for the 1st time in Angola the international Challenge 24 hours innovation. In Angola, the event was held in a hotel facility in Luanda. #TEPAngola as part of a historic partnership with Agostinho Neto University (UAN), together with the embassy of France gave support and sponsored the Engineering Faculty to be part of the international contest, organized by the Higher Technology School of Montreal (ETS).

The technology and innovation international online challenge in Angola took 24 hours nonstop, the four teams worked to present an innovative, technically feasible and economically sustainable project to the technological issue they chose from the 16 topics they were proposed with.

1st place – Topic: Brainstoming Team 2 'Innovation Spirit', will have their project presented to an International jury;

2nd place – Topic: How to manage personal data Team 1 'Fusion of ideias';

3rd place – Topic: How to design micro-electrical renewable generators for remote villages Team 3 'Angolan Young thinkers'