The students worked all night long on their concepts. ICG coach Christina provided the opportunity for a relaxing start into day two with a virtual 30-minute yoga session. The recording can be found on facebook.com/innovations.marathon.
This year everything at the TU Austria Innovation Marathon is online, there're no physical meetings. But everything really has worked so far. The team was really convinced before, that it could work, that was the sumption and now it is really nice to see, that things are working out as we planned them to. The coaches are usually working in companies with companies. Now they're working with a team of students from all over the world. The huge difference? The energy you get fro
High above the rooftops of Graz, in the rooms of TU Graz's Rooftop Mensa, the organisation team has set up its Mission Control Center for this year's TU Austria Innovation Marathon. It's the place, where normally hundreds of students, researchers and lecturers from TU Graz have lunch, drink coffee, chill out, enjoy the view and exchange ideas. Ideas are also exchanged here during these hours, with students from all over the world via Zoom. The virtual event works outstandingl
The TU Austria Innovation Marathon is always special, but this year even more. Not only are we all under the spell of a worldide pandemic, but the students also face the challenge of a virtual marathon by forming teams across the world: from Cairo to La Paz, from Munich to Nairobi, from Lisbon to Graz, without knowing each other personally. Punctually at high noon project leader Mario Fallast has rang the gong for this year's TU Austria Innovation Marathon! We give you a glim
Copyright Ivan Knechtl Ivan Knechtl is a participant of this year’s TU Austria Innovation-Marathon at the European Forum Alpbach. Read about his expectations and why he can hardly wait for the official program to start. My name is Ivan Knechtl, I study Environmental System Sciences at TU Graz and I come from Maribor, the second largest city in Slovenia. Looking back on my life, I recognise four things that have accompanied me constantly: genuine curiosity, problem solving, pe