Mar 6 2018 17:30

The Pembroke Graduate Innovation Prize in association with Estée Lauder Companies champions innovation and creativity. Join us to watch five finalist groups pitch their idea for a chance to win funding and business advice!

This event will take place at 5.30pm on 6th March 2018 in The Pichette Auditorium, Pembroke College, Oxford.

It will be followed by a free drinks and canapé reception.

The event is free and open to all. Registration via Eventbrite is essential.

Competitors

Bunmi Ayeh (Pembroke) and Oz Igiehon (St Catherine’s)
‘Omnichannel Digital Store Tracking’

Alex Barnes (Pembroke) and Yohan Iddawela (The London School of Economics)
‘ConflictScanner’

Ming Li (Pembroke), Guowei Tao (Pembroke) and Zhixin Zeng (Balliol)
‘MEMS-Based Digital Coriolis Flow Meter for Industrial Twophase'

Julie Dequaire (Pembroke), Neil Dhir (Wolfson) and Dr Thomas Rawlinson (Lincoln)
‘A mobile sensor package and App to monitor return of muscle activity following neurological injury'

Di Wang (Pembroke), Deqian Jia (Somerville), Rangarajan Ramesh (St Hugh’s), Alexandru Okros (Worcester)
'Schematize' your knowledge: a new way to curate and share information

Judging Panel

From Estée Lauder Companies

Phebe Farrow Port, Senior Vice-President, Global Management Strategies and Chief of Staff to the President & CEO
Lisa Napolione, Senior Vice-President, Global Research & Development
Philippe Warnery, Senior Vice-President, General Manager UK and Ireland
From Pembroke College, Oxford

Dame Lynne Brindley, Master
Professor Andre Furger, Dean of Graduates
Nancy Braithwaite, Academic Director
Lisa Napolione is also speaking at Pembroke on 7th March, find out more here

 

Get in touch

4 + 7 =

Copyright © 2020 Enterprising Oxford | Site by Herd