You are hereby invited to participate in The Orbies, Summer 2019 edition, September 12th at 16.30. The Orbies is a celebration of student creativity and technical skills in projects made in the past semester. Students will get a chance to show off their projects and win the prestigious Orbie statuettes. Students can present their projects in the form of a pitch, a demo or a video – or a combination of two, or even all three to increase chances of winning.
The projects will be evaluated on the night by a high-profile panel of judges from industry who will award Orbie statuettes in the categories Best Pitch, Best Demo, Best Video, Best Startup Potential and Best Overall Project. Furthermore, there’s the Audience award and an Orbie statuette will also be awarded to an ORBIT Lab Community Contributor – someone who helped accelerate ORBIT Lab during the past semester.
Project nomination is closed.
Location: Shannon building, room 009–13
16.30: Welcome to The Orbies
16.45: Keynote: Relating to Machine Learning, by Stefan Veis Pennerup, Trifork
17.40: Short break
17:50: Project Videos
18:00: Project Pitches
Location: ORBIT Lab
18:40: Project demos (and pizzas around 19.00)
20:00: Award ceremony followed by drinks and networking
The program is subject to change.
Who can participate?
The event is free and open for all friends of ORBIT Lab, whether you’re AU students, alumni, staff, ORBIT Lab partners or in other ways part of the ORBIT Lab Community, you are very welcome.
Register as audience
To reserve a seat in the audience and be part of this special night, please sign up via the form below . By signing up to this event, you agree to receive email updates from ORBIT Lab, e.g. changes in connection with this event. You can manage your preferences and unsubscribe at any time, however, please remain “subscribed” until after the event as we will communicate potential changes to subscribers only.
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Any questions may be addressed to Litte Dalsgaard, ORBIT Lab Community Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org / 93 52 14 47.