Young student Innovator Fellowship
Innovation Think Tank at Siemens Healthcare organizes innovation camps with focus on engineering and strategy. Students could apply at time of the year for “Young Student Innovator Fellowship”.
What are my responsibilities?
- To work in an interdisciplinary project team in one or more areas of requirement engineering, product design, experimentation, rapid prototyping, testing etc.
- To come up with out of box ideas.
- To work as a team member and as a leader in different projects
What do I need to qualify for this job?
- To be open minded and having interest in learning and finding solutions about real world problem in medical engineering.
- To have the ability to work in an intercultural and interdisciplinary team.
- To be a student of either- Electrical Engineering, Mechanical engineering, Graphic Design, Mechatronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, Medical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Medicine etc.
Be an inventor opportunity 2012 (Completed on 19th Sep 2012)
Innovation Think Tank at Siemens Healthcare, Germany, invited students to participate in the “Be an inventor opportunity” with a focus on new ideas/improvements on medical technologies and their supporting infrastructures.
A total of 29.000€ was awarded and distributed among the finalists based on an evaluation of the innovation camp outcomes by a jury. This evaluation was based on the degree of implementation of the final outcomes. The candidates were additionally offered the “Be an inventor opportunity”, a unique chance to work on real-life problems with Siemens inventors in a highly stimulating environment for a period of three months.
The future of Healthcare- result announcement in progress (Completed)
The Chief Technology Office and Innovation Think Tank at Siemens Healthcare, Germany has invited students from all disciplines to participate in a 3 months innovation camp titled “The Future of Healthcare. The submitted ideas focused on the effects of technological advances and changes in society on today’s global healthcare systems. Submission deadline has lapsed and 20 finalists have been invited to attend the innovation camp in Erlangen, Germany.
This selection was based on an international contest. 265 applications from 31 countries were evaluated by an interdisciplinary jury. Based on the quality of submissions it was decided to increase the number of finalists to 20.
We have personally communicated the results to the top 20 finalists. In case the finalists can not join the “Innovation Camp” for some reasons, we will offer the opportunity to the candidates in the waiting list.
A total of 15.000 Euros will be awarded and distributed among the finalists based on an evaluation of the innovation camp outcomes by the jury. Depending on the scale implementation of the final outcomes, a variable compensation will be offered to the finalists at the end of the program. Cost of travelling and accommodation along with a stipend will be covered by Siemens.
“Be an inventor opportunity” competition- Innovation camp June- Sep 2011 (Completed)
Innovation Think Tank at Siemens Healthcare, Germany, organized an international student competition “Be an inventor opportunity” with a focus on new ideas/improvements on medical technologies and their supporting infrastructures. 16 finalists were given the “Be an inventor opportunity”, a unique chance to work on real-life problems with Siemens inventors in a highly stimulating environment for a period of three months. Cost of travelling and accommodation along with a stipend was covered by Siemens.
Because of the quality of submissions for the “Be an inventor opportunity-competition” and the decision of the Innovation Think Tank Jury, the number of finalists was raised to 16 members from initially planned 10 members.
The finalists worked on multiple projects for a period of 3 months within the innovation camp under close supervision of Siemens researchers and innovators in Siemens facilities in Kemnath, Erlangen and Forchheim, Germany.
Based on a decision by the Innovation Think Tank Jury and due to the collaborative atmosphere at the innovation camp, it was decided to raise the prize money to €16000 from the initially planned €10000. As the students worked on multiple projects, it was also decided by the jury to divide the prize money equally among the participants. The participants were given a “Young innovative student award for Innovation Think Tank Summer Camp 2011” by the Prof. Hermann Requardt, CEO of Siemens Healthcare and Mr. Roland Köppel, CEO of Components and Vacuum Technologies, Siemens Healthcare. The ceremony was held at the middle of the program on 28 July 2011 in Erlangen, Germany. Since the projects were still worked on within the innovation camp and multiple students worked on every project, only the initial results of the projects were rated as 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
The final evaluation of the projects and the students took place at the end of the program. Siemens Healthcare awarded an additional financial incentive to the participants based on their contribution in the individual projects, as well as the implementation level of the projects.