You got still time to submit your solution in Talent Race, a competition in cooperation between Chalmers and Volvo Cars. We invite Chinese students to contribute to the most exciting transformation in the automotive industry by giving ideas on how to create vehicles for personal travel in the future.
/>The first prize is a full tuition fee for a 2 years Master’s programme at Chalmers + Participation in VESC (Volvo Engineering Student Concept)
/>Aim high and move fast by submitting your solution today by answering the case question:
/>How can Volvo Cars develop the least complicated car in the world?
/>Competition deadline: 2011-12-30
/>Visit the Talent Race website to submit your solution and vote for your favorite.
/>Photo from October 2011 when Chalmers was in Shanghai, here with our alumnis from Volvo Car Shanghai.
/>Peter Janevik (to the left), Director, Active Safety & Chassis Department, China R&D.
/>Xiaoning Gong (to the right), Active Safety & Chassis Department, Volvo Car Shanghai R&D
/>Chalmers University of Technology