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IFP School student wins 1st prize of E-Tonomy hackathon

October 30, 2017

Aastha Sharma, a student of the Petroleum Data Management (PDM) Specialized Master’s degree from the Class of 2018, and her team won the 1st prize of the E-Tonomy hackathon which took place from 11th to 15th October.

E-Tonomy is the yearly international event to promote innovative projects for autonomy, in the demographic context of the ageing of the world population.

The 1st prize therefore went to the team for their Memento project, a mobile application to help people with Alzheimer’s disease. The competitors were in for a trip to Shenzen (China) to raise funds for this innovative project and a 5000€ reward. Congratulations to Aastha and her team!