The European Defence Challenge asks the students of Europe to propose one or more work approaches dealing with topics such as artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, batteries, cybersecurity, chip technologies, control, robotics, signal and image processing related to defence technologies within the framework of the question:
Which technologies and technology bricks are particularly relevant for European sovereignty in defence & security?
The European Defence Challenge is a competition open to all undergraduate or graduate students from all faculties in European Universities or other institutions dedicated to higher education.
The Challenge can be answered individually, but participants are encouraged to team up in pairs and to find a partner from a different university, faculty and even country. For example one student with skills in engineering and one with skills in political/business science.
Emre Kursat Kaya and Miguel Garrido Moreno from the College of Europe
Matěj Pastír and Radka Fléglová from Charles University
Marinette Gaillon and Auriane Georges from Science Po Lill
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
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