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As Project MARCH, we believe that by using exoskeleton technology, we can improve the quality of life of people with paraplegia. We help people with a full spinal cord injury. An exoskeleton is a motorized robotic harness. Our exoskeleton makes it possible for someone with a spinal cord injury to stand up and walk again and perform daily life tasks. Each year a multidisciplinary team of students challenges themselves to push the boundaries of exoskeleton technology. To constantly improve the exoskeleton, Project MARCH works closely together with their alumni and partners, making the incredible project a great success!
The ninth team of Project MARCH consists of 25 motivated students with a total of ten different study backgrounds. We are taking a one year break from our studies and dedicate ourselves full-time to build an innovative exoskeleton. This year, we are going to participate in The Cybathlon 2024 in Zürich: the biggest bionic competition in the world where we have to compete against others exoskeletons and complete ten difficult obstacles.
Meet Delft Hyperloop, a D:Dream Team consisting of 35 engineering students at the Delft University of Technology. Established in 2016 and motivated by Elon Musk's pioneering vision, this group has been working towards realizing a climate-neutral, scalable Hyperloop system. Delft Hyperloop is anticipated to become the future of sustainable high-speed transportation, reaching astonishing speeds of over 1000 km/h. Operating as a non-profit team, Delft Hyperloop commits to nurturing innovation and breaking boundaries each year by pushing the limits of technology. We invite you to explore the journey and achievements of Delft Hyperloop at the Past Present Future event.
The Future Comes with the Passing of the Night
Join us for an enlightening Dialogue where we'll navigate the future's landscape, exploring groundbreaking topics that are set to redefine society as we know it:
Space Mining: Unearth the potential of celestial resource extraction and its impending impact on global economics, Earth's environment, and the potential ignition of a new space race.
Artificial Intelligence (AI): Navigate the transformative potential of AI, its imminent overhaul of daily living and labor markets, and the critical ethical quandaries surrounding decision-making and privacy.
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI): Discover how BCIs might augment human potential, offer unprecedented improvements for individuals with disabilities, and confront us with profound ethical dilemmas of human-technology synthesis.
Global Free Internet: Discuss ambitious endeavors to blanket the globe with internet access, its potential to bridge the digital chasm yet posing significant challenges in data privacy, security, and cultural diversity.
Gene Editing/Designer Babies: Delve into the power of genetic manipulation to vanquish hereditary ailments or boost human attributes, and the deep-seated ethical, societal, and evolutionary debates this power incites.
Economic Systems Shift: Explore the paradigm shift from short-term capitalism to sustainable, long-term economic frameworks that harmonize societal welfare, environmental preservation, and abundance, reshaping societal constructs, individual perspectives, and planetary resource stewardship.
Engage with experts and peers in an interactive environment, unraveling these topics' complexities and their intertwined implications for our shared future.