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Huawei begins Tech Arena 2023 Competitions



Recently, Huawei launched the 2023 Tech Arena competitions in Europe during the Viva Technology tech summit in France. Viva Tech stands as one of the biggest tech summits in Europe.

According to the Huawei Tech Arena competitions are sponsored and designed by Huawei’s worldwide labs in partnership with top universities to give students from around the world more opportunities to experience and learn how to solve real-world problems.

Liu Shaowei, President of Huawei’s European Research Institute informed that the company plans to host 10 Tech Arena competitions for over 1,000 students during the 2023–2024 school year. These competitions will be hosted in several countries, including France, the UK, Ireland, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Belgium, Poland, Switzerland, and Israel.

Mr. Liu also explained that Huawei is continuously showing its interest in young talent. Revealing more data on this matter, he said by the end of 2022, there were more than 5,400 students from over 52 universities who had participated in Tech Arena. Also to date, Huawei has offered more than 3 million dollars to make this competition platform available to global students.

Huawei Tech Arena

“The results showed that more and more young people truly are improving from Tech Arena; this is aligned with the company’s intention to help build stronger talent pools for local communities,” Liu added.

He also shared the themes of the Tech Arena competition including:

  • Tech Arena Ireland: Build a reliable and trustworthy data assistant using ModelArts’ cloud power to co-pilot in the data lakes
  • Tech Arena France: Optical network expansion by adding fiber
  • Tech Arena Switzerland: RAW burst image super-resolution

“These competitions such as Tech Arena not only prepare students for future careers in these in-demand fields but also empower them to contribute to solving some of our most significant global challenges,” said Dr. José R. Calvo, President of the Institute of International Relations at the Royal European Academy of Doctors.


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