To the end of applications, another:
Opportunity to design and build your own spaghetti bridge.
AJKTM 2019 creates an opportunity for students from all over the world to show their inventiveness and precision. Students can compare each other’s skills in a competitive yet friendly atmosphere.
“How Strong Is The Bridge ?!” is an international competition in the construction of bridges from spaghetti, attracting a large number of participants and visitors every year. The competition will be held for the 10th consecutive year, attended by teams of high school students and students of construction, architecture and other technical professions. The competition among the competitors and the general public is perfectly acceptable since it combines and combines the best students from Slovenia and Europe in a competitive spirit. The visibility of the competition is also increasing abroad, as demonstrated by the increasing participation of teams from foreign universities from year to year. The teams come from Austria, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Poland, Latvia, Romania, Turkey and Egypt. The competition lasts for three days, from 6 to 8 May 2019 at the premises of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture in Maribor.
Competition will take place on 6 – 8 May 2019 at Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture in Maribor.
All students with valid proof of enrolment can apply for competition.
Participant teams build spaghetti bridge which has to meet certain criteria. The winning teams will receive a considerable monetary prize.
Register and apply for competition on this website.
Odprte so prijave na tekmovanje “AJKTM?! 2019” / Applications for the competition “How strong is the bridge?! 2019” are opened
Prijavi svojo ekipo in osvoji čudovito nagrado. Nagradni sklad tekmovanja znaša 3000 €. Na prejšnjih tekmovanjih, so tekmovalci dokazali, da lahko mostovi iz špagetov prenesejo kar 70-krat več, kot znaša njihova teža. Rekord tekmovanja je neverjetnih 112,04 kg...