29.09.2016 | Kyiv, Ukraine

Falling Walls Lab Kyiv – Deadline extended to 31 August 2016

Falling Walls Lab is a platform for excellent young scientists and social scientists, academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from all disciplines to present their research work, business model, innovative project or idea to peers and to a distinguished jury from academia and business. Each participant has three minutes on stage to present their research work. The application deadline for the Falling Falls Lab in Kyiv, which will take place on 29 September 2016, has been extended to 31 August.

In a nutshell

Share your ideas:
Great minds, 3 minutes, 1 day.

What is the Lab?

The Falling Walls Lab is a challenging, inspiring and interdisciplinary format for outstanding talents. It offers the opportunity to excellent academics and professionals to present their innovative ideas, research projects and social initiatives.

Each participant is asked to present his/her work in 3 minutes.

All disciplines are welcome: from agriculture, medicine, economics, engineering to the humanities.

A prestigious jury from science and business awards the best participants.

International Labs and the Finale in Berlin

The first Falling Walls Lab took place in 2011 in Berlin one day prior to the Falling Walls Conference. Thanks to the huge success of the Falling Walls Lab 2011, the Falling Walls Foundation and A.T. Kearney extended the format to a global scale in 2012. Since then, international Labs take place in different vibrant cities around the world throughout the year. So far, Falling Walls Labs have taken place in more than 30 countries. The Falling Walls Lab Finale is held each year in Berlin on 8 November. The Finale gathers 100 participants, among them all winners of the international Labs.

Falling Walls Lab Kyiv

When: 29 September 2016
Where: TBA
Host: Klitschko Foundation / Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv  
APPLY NOW! (Deadline: 31 August 2016 - extended!)

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Source and further information: Falling Walls