The Engineering Projects in Community Service, or EPICS, program in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University provides student teams the opportunity to work on projects focused on developing solutions to real-world problems in communities across the globe. This year at the Fulton Schools’ second annual EPICS Elite Pitch Competition, the top eight teams working on EPICS projects presented five-minute pitches of their solutions to a panel of judges. “The EPICS Elite Pitch Competition is an opportunity for our top teams to compete for additional funding to allow them to construct larger prototypes as well as to fully deliver their system to the community,” said Fulton Schools lecturer Jared Schoepf, EPICS program’s director of operations. “It’s also an opportunity for students in other classes to get an idea of what some of these elite teams are working on and provides additional opportunities for them to start working on real-world projects and help the community,” Schoepf said… Read the full story on ASU Now

Puerto Rico Grey water Team wins 1st Place in the Fall 2019 EPICS Elite Pitch Competition

Photo taken by Amanda Minutello