Solving World Problems in 48-Hours

Invent for the Planet (IFTP) will challenge you to put your theory into practice by solving real-world problems. You will focus on developing products to make the world a better place for the inventors of tomorrow. IFTP aims to motivate student innovators, entrepreneurs and creative thinkers to come together, apply design thinking, and find solutions to difficult and wide ranging problems. You will form teams of 3-5 students and work to design and prototype a solution for a wide range of global concerns. At the same time, students from across the globe will be tackling the same issues, allowing you to collaborate and learn from peers all over the world. Mentors will be available and the teams will present their solutions to judges for a chance to win more than $500 worth in prizes.

Airbus sponsorship allows for this event to be completely free of charge!
The competition will be held at the Wichita State University John Bardo Center lobby (JBC) on February 14-16, 2020. Breakfast, dinner, and refreshments will be provided to participants. Specific details on the schedule and competition will be communicated to participants near the start of the event. 

Tentative Schedule:
-Friday, Feb. 14th (4:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
-Saturday, Feb. 15th (8:00 AM - 10:00 PM)
-Sunday, Feb. 16th (8:00 AM - 5:30 PM)