Competition Tracks 1 & 2
What is the difference between Track 1 and Track 2?
Can we apply for both Track 1 and Track 2?
Regarding Track 2, can student-teams submit their candidature for multiple project-ideas?
Participating in the competition
What are the rules of the competition?
Does our project-idea have to be directly linked to ecology/the environment?
What kinds of project-ideas are usually accepted to compete in the challenge?
Who can apply to the City’ZEN Challenge?
How do I submit my candidature for the challenge?
What skills do we need in order to participate in the challenge?
How many members are there in each team? Is there a minimum and/or maximum number?
Can our team include students from other/different schools?
Are international students allowed to participate?
How many projects will be selected to compete in the competition?
What do we have to create/produce during the competition?
The prize money
Is the prize money given directly to students?
When is the prize money disbursed?
The coaches and coaching
Who will our coaches be? How are they selected?
How often will coaching sessions/meetings take place? And how?
Is it an obligation to work with a coach/participate in coaching sessions?
Intellectual property rights
If we are accepted to the competition, what happens to the intellectual property rights of our project (both tracks 1 & 2)?
Why does Berger-Levrault adopt this policy on intellectual property rights?
The evaluation stages & the final jury
Is it an obligation to produce a prototype before the end of the competition?
What are ‘The Two Progress Presentations’?
When is the qualification round and how many teams will advance?
What do we have to produce and present at the final jury?
What are the evaluation criteria of the final jury?
Where does the final jury take place? Will it take place in person or remotely?
What kinds of internships do you offer? How long? And where?