For Master’s students enrolled in food study programs passionate about proposing solutions for valorizing food biodiversity in their countries, this International Students Competition will provide a platform for solution-oriented proposals to be promoted and rewarded.
Participants will be engaged in an innovative environment based on action-oriented learning to develop projects focused on contributing to innovation in sustainable food systems.
Winning ideas will be awarded numerous prizes and certificates.
Application Deadline: September 30, 2020.
Here are the reasons for which you should participate:
Additional prizes and certificates that will be awarded to the Winning Team of the FoodFactory-4-Us Edition 2020 on Valorizing Food Biodiversity include:
The program will cover
To qualify for participation in the FoodFactory-4-Us: Valorizing Biodiversity competition, applicants must satisfy the following criteria:
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Application is free of charge and should be voluntarily.
To apply, each team of 3-5 Master’s students with a faculty mentor should follow the steps below to apply:
Then proceed to design and develop ideas, tools, and actions to solve this real, industry-based problem with a solution that is feasible and therefore that may be of interest to the food industry.
The Food Factory-4-Us Sustainable Supply Chain International Student Competition is a contest for students enrolled in food study programs who are passionate about creating change in their region’s food sector.
The aim of the program is to assist changemakers to contribute to innovation in sustainable food systems as well as the quality and safety of foods in their countries.
The 2020 Food Factory-4-Us Sustainable Supply Chain International Student Competition seeks to resolve issues around how food biodiversity can be valorized and implementing great ideas for valorizing food biodiversity.
The competition aims to improve students’ practical ability in identifying and solving real problems in sustainable food production.
Participants in this competition are also participating in a research project on education.
Funded with support from the European Commission, organized by The ISEKI-Food Association through its affiliate European FooD-STA, and under the umbrella of the FoodFactory-4-Us competitions, this program will support and strengthen the dialogue between academia, industry, and stakeholders in the food sector.
Application for this program will close by the deadline of September 30th, 2020.
Team application and submission of the project proposal must be carried out no later than 7th October 2020.
Shortlisted teams will be notified by 15th October 2020
Online training will take place between 15 October 2020 to 31 January 2021.
The deadline for submission of all project report and presentation is 31st January 2021 via email to email@example.com
The final presentation of all the projects at the FoodFactory-4-Us Final Virtual Conference on Valorizing Food Biodiversity in the presence of industry representatives and stakeholders and presentation of the winners will take place by the Week of 15 February 2021.
The Advisory Board using a set of predetermined evaluation criteria will evaluate the projects and select the winner on the basis of:
The Advisory board will evaluate all submitted projects and presentations for innovation; industry applicability; and social, economic and environmental impact.
All accepted student teams will begin working independently on their projects and will participate in a series of trainings set to take place virtually.
All online trainings and the Final Virtual Conference will be scheduled at an hour suitable for the time zones of the teams. The Advisory Board will inform all teams about the contents and any assignments of the above-mentioned trainings well in advance.
Since 2017, The ISEKI-Food Student Training, the FoodFactory-4-Us International Student Competition Game has held largely due to the support from the sponsors. The 2020 edition of the competition is administered and organized by
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