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Register no later than Oct 28th, Competition day: Nov 7th

The Space Innovation Challenge is a graduate-level, week-long case competition that helps you make an impact, meet new friends across campus and from other top universities, and mingle with leaders of the new space industry. The case prompt will go live on October 31st and you'll have all week to hack on a space-themed business problem for the event. The following Saturday, teams will pitch their solution to a team of leading professionals in the new space industry.

This year's event will be virtual, so you don't need to be in Pittsburgh to compete!

Love space but don't have a team? We can help connect you!

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

  1. Pitch to industry leaders and make high-profile professional contacts

  2. Expand your network with students from leading universities

  3. Your idea might get funded by the companies in attendance!

  4. Registration is free, so why not?

Register as a Full or Partial Team, or as an Individual

More info and registration: www.cmu-stars.org/sic

The 2020 Space Innovation Challenge is sponsored by:

Blue Origin, Astrobotic Technology, and Firehawk Aerospace

SCHEDULE

Times are listed in US Eastern Time

28 Oct 2020 11:59PM - Team Formation Deadline

31 Oct 2020 12:00PM - Prompt Release

5 Nov 2020 11:59PM - Prompt Submission Deadline

7 Nov 2020 10:00AM - 4:00PM - Event Day

(Event day hours may be extended depending on participation)

Register now at www.cmu-stars.org/sic

The Space Innovation Challenge is open to graduate students from all disciplines and universities.

Teams are limited to 5 members. If you are an individual or don't have enough team members, STARS club will help you match with a team. We recommend forming teams of at least three members that include students with experience in multiple disciplines including business, engineering and sciences, and public policy

Questions? Contact STARS at www.cmu-stars.org