GJC 2012 Jury

Tue, 02/10/2012
An international network of experts will evaluate the 400 projects submitted from around the world.
The sixth edition of the Global Junior Challenge featured a 51-memberjury, headed by Alfonso Molina, Professor of Technology Strategy at the University of Edinburgh and Scientific Director of the Fondazione Mondo Digitale, who evaluated and selected the projects.
Professors from around Italy, institutional representatives and third sector operators: Franco Pittau, Director of the IDOS Documentation Centre (Caritas Migrantes), Jordi Torrent, Project Manager Media & Information Literacy Programs, United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, Claudia Barrientos de Perez, Consol of Guatemala and Vittorio Cogliati Dezza, President of Legambiente. 

Jury members selected the most innovative projects on the basis of 4 evaluation criteria: innovation, users, impact and adaptability.



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