- Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2021, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
- Location: Adelaide Convention Centre and online
- Cost: Free!
- Contact: ECMS Engage email@example.com
The leaders of tomorrow creating our technology future.
Ingenuity is an interactive showcase of university student projects exploring real-life applications of architecture, engineering, computer and mathematical sciences. It is an annual flagship event for the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS), and serves as a platform for students to professionally present their work to a wide range of audiences.
Explore your way
This year, SA's largest technology expo will be brought to you both face-to-face and virtually, letting you choose how you wish to explore this year's 300+ student projects!
In person at the Adelaide Convention Centre
Ingenuity is open to teachers and high school students, current University of Adelaide students, industry and government representatives, and the general public. Stop by to see 300+ projects and chat with the students, visit the Women in STEM lounge or participate in STEM Academy activities! While you're there, don't forget to vote for your favourite project and go in the draw to win prizes yourself! More details to come.
To safely exhibit our student projects in line with COVID-19 guidelines this years’ event will be ticketed and divided into a morning and afternoon session. Registrations are essential.
Explore Ingenuity virtually
In 2021, all of our student projects will be showcased at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Tuesday 26 October. However, if you can't make it to the physical event, explore in your own time – all 300+ student projects will also be exhibited online in our interactive Ingenuity gallery!
Launching on Tuesday 26 October to coincide with our in-person event at the Adelaide Convention Centre, this space will host 3D mapped visualisations of five of the University of Adelaide's high-tech STEM labs and facilities. You'll be able to simultaneously explore our world-class labs while learning about our 300+ student projects using virtual reality – hear from the students themselves and even vote for your favourite projects!