CRISiSLab Challenge 2022
Final Demonstration Day
14 September 2022
Our vision for CRISiSLab Challenge is to encourage more students to get interested in science and technology, as well as build awareness of disaster resilience.
The students will work in teams and demonstrate their skills in science communication, presentation and creativity!
In 2021, we launched our inaugural event and 6 colleges with over 50 students in the Wellington region participated. Click on the link to get a vibe of the CRISiSLab Challenge 2021!
The CRISiSLab Challenge 2022 has officially launched on 16 May 2022, and we have 10 colleges in Wellington joining the competition! They are Wellington College, Wellington High School, Wellington East Girls’ College, St Patrick’s College, St Mary’s College, Taita College, Te Kura Māori o Porirua, Hutt International Boys’ School, Samuel Marsden Collegiate School and Paraparaumu College.
We can’t wait for another awesome event where the winners will win a summer internship with CRISiSLab at Massey University!
Get to know about CRISiSLab Team and CRISiSLab Challenge from the video, and you will also see the winners from the inaugural CRISiSLab Challenge!
Setting up the sensor 1.0 (Ethernet)
Setting up the sensor 2.0 (laptop and router/offline)
Basics about Earthquakes and Earthquake Early Warning Systems
Alicia Cui: [email protected]
Marion Tan: [email protected]