IDN | IYIA
IYIA 2017 – The 4th annual of the International Young Inventor Awards is going to be organized by Indonesian Invention and Innovation Promotion Association (INNOPA) under IFIA‘s patronage from 22 to 24 September in order to appreciate and promote young innovators around the world. IYIA will be focused on exhibiting creative innovations from young innovators in the world. All participants can present their inventions in the form of sample, prototype, mock-up, and many others.
Indonesia, as the biggest maritime states with its various culture, ethnic, and racial, also additionally supported by the diversity of natural resources and the amount of human resources, gives such a real challenge to all young inventors in presenting and showing their innovations. Professional international judges and comprehensive evaluation system of all entries for competitions, and after a fair and credible selection process, outstanding exhibitions will be granted gold, silver, bronze and other special awards of honor.
International Young Inventors Award will be held in Jakarta, which is the capital city of Indonesia with more than 10 millions population Therefore, it can be predicted, during the event there will be more than 100.000 people attending IYIA. Besides that, in the first year of the exhibition, participation of inventors from more than 15 countries is expected, with exhibition of more than 350 entries from domestic and foreign exhibitors.
It gives an opportunity to promising young innovators or scientists to share creative ideas among one another and also provides an excellent exposure of invention and technological advancements in various sectors. The IYIA also provides an excellent opportunity to tighten the relationship and gives participants chances to explore a peaceful and friendly country in Wonderful Indonesia.
Date of opening ceremony: September 22
Date of closing / award ceremony: September 24, 2017
|Address||Surabaya Convention Hall,
Jl. Arief Rachman Hakim No. 131-133,
Surabaya City, East Java, INDONESIA