Challenge Based Innovation (CBI) is a project course, where multidisciplinary student teams and their instructors collaborate with researchers at CERN to discover novel solutions for the future of humankind. The projects are an elaborate mixture, where societal, human-driven needs meet research at CERN.
In CBI A3, is led by Swinburne University of Technology, and features students from Hochschule Mannheim (Germany), Pace University (USA), and Swinburne University of Technology (Australia) working in teams to create and prototype ideas for the future that connect CERN technology with 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goal 3 Good Health and Wellbeing.
More info on CBI A3 is available on the website http://cbi.dfm.org.au
For more information on CBI A3, please contact Christine Thong: firstname.lastname@example.org
General info about CBI you can find from the program website, cbi-course.com
For more information on CBI, please contact: email@example.com
If you wish to participate in any of the program sessions or presentations and do not have a CERN access card, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange you visitor access.
Directions on how to get to CERN you can find here: https://home.cern/directions
When on CERN site, you can find the meeting venue Ideasquare with this Google-map: https://goo.gl/WNSa6P
For registering your laptop/mobile phone for wifi access at CERN, please fill in a request here: http://cern.ch/registerVisitorComputer - and use Santeri Palomaki or Hans Hagenes Boe as the CERN contact person (on the last page of the request form).