There's never been a more urgent need for innovative ideas and research, and the Falling Walls Lab is a timely platform for young researchers and creative thinkers to make a difference in the world.
Through three-minute presentations, participants have the opportunity to showcase their academic research, business models, or social initiatives to peers and a jury of experts.
As always, Tohoku University is hosting Falling Walls Lab Sendai. This year's event will be held in a hybrid format in September. Students, entrepreneurs, early-career researchers, and academics from all disciplines are invited to apply.
Presentation coaching will be held throughout July, so participants can learn how to introduce their research in an engaging way, even if they have no prior experience.
The winner of Falling Walls Lab Sendai will receive a paid trip to Berlin to speak to a global audience at the Falling Walls Lab Finale, part of the wider Falling Walls Conference held annually from November 7-9.
To learn more about Falling Walls Lab Sendai:
Online information sessions will be held on the following dates:
- June 3 (Fri), 3 - 3:40 p.m. (JST):
- June 7 (Tue), 6 - 6:40 p.m. (JST)
※Same contents on both days.
Each session contains:
- An overview of FWLS in Japanese and English
- Information about the free coaching session with professional coach Atsuko Kohata
- A talk by last year's FWLS winner, Saeka Uchino
- A talk by last year's FWLS runner-up, Manjit Singh Grewal
To register for one of the information sessions: http://forms.gle/xJg3WvTLG4vuexyS8
Contact:Falling Walls Lab Sendai Administration