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The challenge will be held entirely online. Students will join in interdisciplinary teams. To achieve better communication and connectivity among students from different nationalities and social backgrounds, participants will be divided into mixed groups based on different majors and schools. This is also the key point of the contest—to create, connect, communicate and collaborate. The grouping results will be announced on the day of the contest.

The challenge will be in form of online Make-a-thon. The participating groups will produce creative design online within 24 hours.

Required equipment for the contest (computers, programs and software, etc) as well as prototype production materials will be provided by the participants themselves.