Stage One – The US and Russian students create their teams’ identity on the project website.
Stage Two – US - Russia student teams work online to solve a challenge at the Online Innovation Tournament – an entry to the STEM project.
Stage Three – Following the Innovation Tournament student teams further develop their proposed solutions into business concept papers. The focus will be on how STEM can help create a potential business that will get more tourists to come to Moscow and Miami. nnovation, business tools and collaboration. Teams will be participating in interactive mentoring sessions hosted by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Russia volunteers at HPE’s My Room. . Detailed instructions and materials will be distributed to all registered teams.
Stage Four – Top teams will be selected after an online semi-final where student teams will present their projects to a panel of judges. Top teams with strong potential for their projects to become real businesses will be announced on the website
Stage Five – Top teams will continue working on their projects supervised by HPE Russia e-mentors. Their work will culminate with an online final where teams will present their projects, and the winning teams will be announced.
Stage Six – Winning teams will be awarded with an educational trip to the Silicon Valley where they will meet their peers face-to-face and visit high-tech companies and centres of innovation.