"I would like to present a project to you that will earn us a million dollars!" began Ruslan Khalilov, the student of the third admission of the “Project management” program. He is one of the best students in his class and his team's project took first place at the presentations.
The students of the third Project Management class at the Noosphere Engineering School pitched pitched their ideas to the judges on June 25. We introduced you to several of the projects on our website earlier with the hashtag #pm_ideas.
The panel of judges included Yurii Letser, COO Maxima Labs, Nikita Platonenko, COO Real.Me, Dmitry Maydanyuk, COO Databrain, Anton Yashchuk, Analyst Databrain, and Valeriia Chinionnaya, Noosphere Recruiter for program mentors and experts.
After the pitches teams' pitches, it was the judges turn and they were not only sparing of praise, but also of criticism. What can be said about comments of Yurii Letser: “I feel like Stanislavsky and I want to roar you-know-what ...,” “It’s better to create projects then to solve them....”
“It was a little scary when Yurii changed his countenance. It seemed that he “blurted out” something wrong. But everything turned out okay!” Ruslan Khalilov shared with us.
despite of everything, the teams' ideas received high scores from the panel as you can see tabulated below:
1st place went to the brain simulator “BrainCombat” (team “Big Size”). This is a mobile application that allows you to “pump” your brain and to match wits with others through tournaments.
2nd place went to the “SmartAir” device (team “Programmers of light behavior”). The idea of the project is to create a system that includes a device that is integrated with a website and mobile application. The service allows users monitor and manage the gas levels, such as CO2, CO, methane and butane.
3rd place went to the project “LіKar” (team “CHIRI”). This is a mobile application that allows anyone to monitor the human body in a virtual map with a user account. It is also possible to find a suitable doctor from the application database based on their rating and feedback and schedule an appointment.
The top students from the this third class of the Project management program were Denis Rudenko (team “BigSize”), Ruslan Khalilov (team “BigSize”) and Denis Kovalenko (team “Programmers of light behavior”). They were awarded gold, silver and bronze certificates.
You will be able to find the presentations from all the teams soon on the Noosphere Engineering School's social network pages. We wish all participants success as they start implementing their fabulous ideas!