We believe in the importance of knowledge sharing for innovation. However, many projects and technologies created in universities don’t get any meaningful exposure outside the academic world. Wevolver wants to change this. As a student or researcher, getting your work seen by thousands of engineers and tech companies can increase its impact, lead to collaborations, raise your public profile, and improve your career prospects.
We invite engineering students and researchers from all engineering disciplines to submit their projects. Your innovation can be developed and under development.
Submissions can cover a wide range of engineering-related work, including 3D printing, robotics, autonomous vehicles, batteries, drones, nanotechnology, and more.
All satisfactory submissions will be summarized and published by our editorial team, exposing them to thousands of visitors.
Anyone currently enrolled in an engineering degree of any disciple. The program is open to all levels including undergraduate students, graduate students, and Ph.D. candidates. Recent graduates (up to 1 year) are eligible to participate.
To participate you just need to submit a file or link to your project via our form. You can access the form via the button below.
Submissions that meet the requirements will be published on Wevolver, exposing them to thousands of visitors. All published submissions will be reviewed by a panel of industry judges. At the end of the program one winner will receive:
A dedicated article series, as well as a social media campaign (700.000 followers) devoted to your technology
$2000 extra for early submissions *
The program will end on July 31st, 2022.
*Early submissions will have an additional chance of winning an extra $2000. To qualify, you must submit your entry by April 30th, 2022.
We will hold 5 monthly community votes throughout this program to bring you and our community closer together. Votes can be collected for entries submitted the month before the next community vote. That means if you submit in March you will participate in the April community vote and so on.
The winner of the monthly community vote will be invited to an interview with Wevolver to discuss their innovation and the associated technology. This interview will be shared across all our social channels (700.000 followers).
Rachel Gordon is the Communications and Media Relations Officer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). She holds a bachelor’s in International Relations from Brandeis University.
Currently employed at CERN as an Entrepreneurship Development Officer, Ash Ravikumar is in charge of the Business Incubation Centre (BIC) network with the goal of cultivating a culture of entrepreneurship.
Bram Geenen co-founded Wevolver to provide engineers with the knowledge and connections they need to innovate. For this work, the company was awarded the SXSW Innovation Award and listed by Fast Company in the Top 20 Most Innovative Web Platforms.
Recent graduates (up to 1 year) are eligible to participate.
Yes, teams consisting of undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. students and staff are eligible to join.
Every month starting from March 2022 until the end of the program, we will allow the community to vote for their favorite submission. We will share a link through our social channels, and share it with participants via email.
Email us with your query.
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