September 27/28, 2018, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg
We are looking forward to having the 12 teams – the top 3 of each of our four regions – at our National Final.
They have come up with a great variety of ideas on topics such as child poverty, digitalisation in Germany as well as in developing countries, economic research methods, nudging, improving public administration, citizen science and data protection.
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West, June 20
The winning teams of the region West:
BBS Burgdorf Team 1
Let’s help to learn farming with the app „Plaastimu“
1Feedback – Let’s make the internet a fair place for trading
Yes, we care! Bring young and old together for a generation-appropriate care system and get your bounty!
North, June 7
The winning teams of the region North:
Alexander-von-Humboldt Schule Neumünster
Booklet for children – Save the world with Ruby and his friends
Carl-Maria-von-Weber Gymnasium Eutin
The nation-wide SHIELD seal for schools active in first-aid training
A compulsory EU-Label for all products containing microplastic
* The team Heinrich-Heine-Gymnasium Hamburg is not able to take part in the National Final.
As a move-up candidate, the fourth-ranked team of Gymnasium Wellingdorf with their solution “FaceMe – Visualise the Massive Amount of Data Facebook Has About You” will take part in the National Final instead.
South-West, June 15
The winning teams of the region South-West:
Fritz-Erler-Schule Team 2 Pforzheim
High Five – A Functional Network for Equal Opportunities
Citizen’s Assistant – Improve Efficiency in Public Administration
Saarpfalz Gymnasium Team 1 Homburg
M.I.T. – A Certificate for Digital Skills
East, June 12
The winning teams of the region East:
Involving Citizens in Research: Improving Science and Society
Berlin International School Team II
VIRGO – A Digital Platform to Link the Informal Economy to the Digital System
RSMS – A better Indicator for Economic Forecasting
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