SEI PIoneer Winter Demo Day is coming up → 16/11!


For preparation towards the SEI Pioneer winter presentation on November 16th, a three-day workshop was held this weekend dedicated to the final phase of prototyping and presentation skills of communication and storytelling.

The SEI Pioneers of Alta Scuola Politecnica, met in Fablab di Torino this weekend on October 19th, 20th and 21st in order to finalize their prototypes in view of the upcoming Winter Demo Day on the 16th of November, thanks to the help from Dietrich Wins (Krehl & Partner – Germany), Fabio Abba (Comau), Alan Perotti (Fondazione ISI), Gianfranco Caputo (Fablab), Emilio Paolucci (ASP) who are helping them, among many others, in developing projects that were started in June 2018 on topics related to Augmented Intelligence, Mobility Tech, Bioengineering and Automation.

On the morning of Sunday 21st, SEI Pioneers learned communication and presentation techniques together with Silvia Demaria, both on an individual level and on their projects, while in the afternoon together with Matteo Pont of Boumaka, they learnt about Storytelling on the form and content, applied to their ideas.

SEI Pioneers will presents their prototypes and idea to a jury composed by prototype experts and our SEI Pioneer partners: Unicredit, Club Degli Investitori, Camera di Commercio, Industria, Artigianato e Agricoltura di Torino, Gruppo Giovani Imprenditori – Unione Industriale Torino, Microsoft, Politecnico of Turin and University of Turin.

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