The “LEGO” Challenge at CERN:
Stage 1 – each team will be asked to develop a solution to our ‘virtual challenge’. The challenge for 2022 is to develop sustainable and affordable alignment solutions for LEGO in its evaluation of polymer BPF process precision and accuracy. The developed solution will be also of interest for CERN for the alignment of its next generation accelerator.
Stage 2 – the top three teams from the “virtual challenge” will be invited to attend CERN metrology labs to develop their virtual challenge solution into reality. A bursary will be awarded to contribute towards travel, accommodation and subsistence. A euspen scholarship will also be awarded to provide complementary access to our 2022 International Conference and Exhibition.
Stage 3 – each team is expected to present their final solution in a short video at euspen’s international conference and exhibition on precision engineering and nanotechnology. Moreover, the students from the top three teams will have the great opportunity to participate in the HR talent forum organized during the International Conference and Exhibition.