REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 5PM EST FRIDAY MARCH 11, 2022
THIS COMPETITION IS FOR GEORGIA TECH STUDENTS ONLY!
The Vertically Integrated Projects Program invites VIP teams to participate in the VIP Innovation Competition. Teams (or subteams) will submit 6-minute videos showcasing their work. Presentations will be sorted into tracks (e.g., robotics, healthcare, energy, etc., depending on submissions received) and will be reviewed by a panel of judges. One winner will be selected from each track, and an overall winner will advance to the international VIP Consortium Innovation Competition. The video does not need to follow the PechaKucha format. For guidance on what to include in your video, please see the rubric link below. Teams can submit more than one video. If a team submits more than one video, VIP will reach out to their alumni to assist with Level-1 judgining. One video from each team will advance to Level 2 judging.
In addition to your outstanding presentations, each registered team is invited to nominate a judge (and let them know you’re nominating them), but this is optional. Most judges will judge only one track (5-6 projects, 6 minutes each). Judges can be from industry, external organizations, or Georgia Tech. In general, VIP instructors should not serve as judges if their teams are competing. There may be reasons for instructor exceptions (secondary/loosely-affiliated instructors, etc.), so these can be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Note to previous winners: Previous winners are welcome to compete with projects that differ significantly from their winning entry from the previous (2021) competition.
$1,000 Overall Prize, in addition to track-level prize
$1,000 1st Place within Track
$500 2nd Place within Track
Prize funds may be used for team expenses (e.g., equipment, supplies, team shirts, food), but there are limitations. For details, please contact Keyonia Holland. Award funds must be expended by June 1, 2023.
The registration requests:
*Please submit videos (or links) by email to email@example.com.
Friday, April 4, 2022 - Winners Announced
As in past years, we will group submitted projects into thematic tracks, with winners in each track. The number of tracks and groupings will depend on the number of and variety in submissions. Past tracks have included robotics, devices & hardware, software & apps, service & learning, science, energy, humanities, and competition teams.
Click here for the competition scoring rubric (so you know what judges will be looking for).
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Video recordings of the first place team in each track will be shared with a final panel of judges who will determine the overall winner of the competition.
The overall winning team will receive an additional $1,000 to support student activities of their team and will advance to the Regional VIP Innovation Competition.