European Youth Award Festival Preview

Organized by:

European Youth Award

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Happening at:
Murinsel, Lendkai, Graz, Österreich

From Thursday 18th of October 2018 at 19:00 to Thursday 18th of October 2018 at 21:00


Digital Solutions with Social Impact #EYA18 Dive into the #EYA18 world and get a glimpse on this year’s Winning Projects! Which are the smart digital solution which convinced the EYA Jury this year and are presented at the EYA Festival? What social problems do they to solve? Where do they come from?

More information:

This event is for:
  • Graduate students
  • Employed adults
Main themes:
  • Basic programming concepts
  • Web development
  • Mobile app development
  • Software development
  • Data manipulation and visualisation
  • Robotics
  • Hardware
  • Playful coding activities
  • Art and creativity
  • Visual/Block programming
  • Game design
  • Internet of things and wearable computing
  • Augmented reality
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Motivation and awareness raising
  • Promoting diversity
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