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What is the timeline for Reboot the Earth?

August 1, 2019

Submissions open

August 28th, 2019 23:59 PT

Deadline for submissions

 

 

September 6th, 2019

Winners announced and contacted on the week of

September 19th – 20th, 2019

Winners are flown out to SAP New York

September 21st, 2019

Winners are invited to United Nations 

 

Which countries are eligible to participate?

Submissions are only permitted for students aged 21-35 in Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, India and the United States.

What prizes are available to be won?

  • 1st Prize: Trip to New York City including airfare and hotel accommodation from September 19 to 24, 2019 to present your solution at the UN Youth Climate Summit
  • 2nd Prize: Nintendo Switch
  • 3rd Prize: Bose Wearable Audio Sunglasses

Who are the Judges?

Judges can be found on the About page.

What data can I use?

You can use any data that you can find. We have a list of websites we recommend you check out under the Resources tab.

How much analysis is required?

Entrants can do as much or as little analysis using SAP Analytics Cloud as they like before filling out the submission form. You can choose to evaluate the data on a few measures or build a model that utilizes the Smart capabilities of SAP Analytics Cloud. It’s up to you. The insights you uncover might surprise you. The best submissions will have a balance of being technical, visually interesting, and demonstrating a good understanding of the UN Goal.

Make sure to include a screenshot of your visualizations in your blog!

Who can submit an entry?

Students in the participating countries aged 21-35 can submit an entry! Only one entry per person is permitted. Participants must be individuals and not in teams.

What does an entry look like?

Each entry should be submitted as a blog link, with all the required information filled in. You can view a sample blog on the resource package.

How do I submit an entry?

Entries are submitted on the contest website through the Submit page. Make sure to include your SAP Community blog link in the submission form. Please read the consent statements carefully before submitting your entry. You will receive notification via email confirming your entry once it has been validated.

Because it takes a while for blogs to be approved, don’t leave your submission last minute! Buffer at least three business days to make sure nothing gets stuck in the system.

For more details, refer to the resource package.

How are entries evaluated?

You can view the judging criteria in the “Resources” section of this site, or in the resource package.

Who do I contact with questions and concerns?

Contact Daphne Tse on the SAP Analytics team at datagenius@sap.com.

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