The EY Open Science Data Challenge 2024 is here 🌊!

Have you ever wondered how data and AI can be a lifeline for vulnerable coastline communities and ecosystems 🤔? If this sounds appealing then the global competition EY Open Science Data Challenge 2024 is just for you 🙌!

If you are, a university student, a recent graduate, a PhD student or an early career professional with up to 2 years of work experience, then don’t miss the chance and accept the challenge 💻!

Join this journey either solo or as a team (with 4 members max.) and start working on real data collected by satellites 🛰 in order to give a tech solution for a safer world 🌍!

Interesting, right? Now let’s focus 🔎 into the details of the challenge.

👉 Phase 1 | February 1st – March 10th

During Phase 1, you will be asked to develop a machine learning and AI model by using high resolution satellite data to assess storm damage, while supporting disaster response and recovery efforts in data-poor coastal environments.

👉 Phase 2 | March 11th – April 21st  This Phase is all about developing a business plan to describe how the proposed model from Phase 1 can be used in real life scenarios, aiming to secure the infrastructure and minimize the socioeconomic consequences 🌊.

Of course, this Challenge couldn’t lack of extraordinary surprises 🥳!👉 The 3 finalists will win cash prices 🏆, while they will have the chance to attend the IGARSS – International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium international conference this July in Athens, where the award ceremony will take place 🎉

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forget to register for this exceptional EY experience!


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