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EESTech Challenge Final Round 2019

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Event Name EESTech Challenge Final Round 2019
Organizing Committee Munich EESTech Challenge
Date 2019-05-26 - 2019-05-30
Number of Members 7
Participation Fee 50
Deadline May 15, 2019, 11:59 p.m.
Maximum Participants 60
Description

We are happy to announce that the Final Round of the EESTech Challenge competition 2019 will be hosted by the amazing LC Munich from 26th to the 30th of May.


In its third year of existence, 17 Local Rounds are being successfully organized throughout Europe and the winning teams of each Local Round will proceed to Munich to try and win the Final Challenge. 


Focusing on one of the most relevant technological topics, IoT (Internet of Things) EESTech Challenge strives to create opportunities for EECS students, and help them increase their skills as well as develop a professional network. 


The Final Round, as the crown of the competition, will be a meeting point for the best of the best, and as such one of the largest gatherings of gifted students from various European cities. Combining the technical aspect of our Association and spreading the famous EESTEC spirit, this event is surely something to look out for. We are also preparing something for our fellow EESTECers, so make sure you keep up with us, and stay #ReadyForTheChallenge!


Here is a bit about about World's city with a heart

Munich is not like other German cities, it doesn’t peer north, or east. It looks south, over the Alps, to Italy, for its ambience and inspiration. If you walk through Munich, you'll understand why it is consistently voted one of Germany's most livable cities — safe, clean, cultured, a university town, built on a human scale, and close to the beauties of nature. Though it's the capital of Bavaria and a major metropolis, Munich's low-key atmosphere has led Germans to dub it "Millionendorf" — the "village of a million people."

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