The third annual Innovation Works Competition will take place beginnning at Oct. 21-23. The competition is a partnership between Wichita State, Lockheed Martin Skunk Works and NASA in Kansas and offers a fast-paced and challenging student competition with cash prizes.
Through the qualifying phase, teams of three to four students create a one-minute video about a qualification theme that describes an innovative solution to a real-world problem or scenario. The top 12 teams will be selected to compete in the weekend phase of the competition.
The weekend competition theme will be announced during the opening session Friday, Oct. 21. the teams will then check during the next 48 hours with short presentations about their problem understanding, focus area, initial solution and offer a refined solution.
To enter the competition, student teams must create a one-minute video and submit register for the competition by 11:59 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14. For more information including rules and qualifications, visit the competition page below.