2nd Würth Engineering Cup at Heilbronn University
Let’s go for the next round — after last year’s successful premiere, it’s back to two days of technical fun at the Kocher. Show us what skills you have and put them into practice right away.
What needs to be developed is not yet revealed. Only so much in advance: In the end, muscle power and electric drive will accelerate several watercraft. Fun, excitement and variety are guaranteed — and at the closing barbecue there will be plenty of time to talk shop and analyze the race.
The winning team will receive a Prize money of 500 eurosprovided by the Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies (VDE).
We are looking for engineering students from the mechatronic disciplines: electrical engineering, automation technology, mechanical engineering. The teams will be interdisciplinary. If necessary, participation will be decided by lot. So apply quickly!
- Friday, 23.09. from 1 p.m. and Saturday, 24.09. in the morning
Design, programming and construction phase in the laboratories of Heilbronn University, Künzelsau Campus.
- Saturday, 24.09. afternoon
It’s out to the stove where the development results have to prove their worth in a race.
Apply either as a complete team or as an individual. Each participant must fill out a separate form. If you want to participate with your team, just fill in a common team name, so that you can be assigned. You will also need at least 1 laptop per team, which you must bring with you.
Application deadline: 02 September 2022
The event will take place under the Corona regulations valid at the time and the corresponding hygiene concept. This must be observed and complied with by all participants. If necessary, changes will be made to the schedule depending on the situation or the event may be cancelled at short notice.
Photos and films will be taken during the event for public relations purposes.
An event organized by Heilbronn University (Reinhold Würth University Künzelsau Campus) with the support of Adolf Würth GmbH & Co. KG and the Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies (VDE).