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The second edition of SEI Pioneer has started!

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The Pioneer program is an intense adventure designed for a selected group of Students from the Alta Scuola Politecnica who loves the world of deep-tech and entrepreneurship.

However, behind this program there is much more: it is not enough to love the tech world, strong proactivity and a desire to be entrepreneurs are also required.

Secondly, this year the program will be more challenging: beside ASP students, there will be some fellows from the Collegio Einaudi of Turin and some members from SEI Plus.

Interdisciplinarity is one of the strong features of our Program. As pointed out by Emilio Paolucci, member of the Executive Board of the Alta Scuola Politecnica: “collaborating with people with different backgrounds allows students to grow more and be better entrepreneurs in the future”.

SEI Pioneer is developed in collaboration with Collège des Ingénieurs Italia, Business School that is among the founders and partners of SEI. Our program is divided into 2 phases: in the first 6 months, students will face the innovative challenges launched by 6 leading international companies in the high-tech world. The issues concern Bioengineering, Artificial Intelligence, Space Tech, AR/VR/MR & Robotics & Automation.

The Politecnico of Turin, the Italian Institute of Technology, Reply and the Efort Group are some of the partner companies of this year.

In the next 6 months, Pioneers will be ready to create their own startup. They will design a prototype that will be presented to investors on the occasion of the final Demo Day, according to SEI’s tradition.

Drum roll: the program has started. We got an amazing year coming in, stay tuned: it will be worth it!

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