Quata.

4 people

2 SDGs
1 future

About the project

“Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it.” – Lao Tzu
We are four students of the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim, who explore the UN Sustainable Development Goals 6 and 14. Our goal is to find solutions to local problems in regards to the goals to ensure a better future for everyone.

Our Weekly Updates

Our Weekly Research & Idea Development Updates

QUATA: Week 4

This week, we’re mostly focussed on interviews and opportunity cards. Most of the time is spent emailing people and trying to get them to talk to us. We had another great interview with a politician of the green party. She gave us a lot of good information and...

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QUATA: Week 3

This week, we finally got to phone our partner team in Melbourne. They gave us a lot of good information, and we’re excited to work with them and to meet them at CERN in two weeks! We split the technologies we’re researching in half, so that each team gets a good...

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QUATA: Week 2

This week, our main focus was understanding the SDGs better. To achieve this, we posted an online survey to see what the people around us think of water and what they see as important challenges here in our region. We hope to get 100 answers until Wednesday 7th...

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QUATA: Kickoff Week

Moin Moin and a warm welcome to the very first CBI A³ Project with the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim as a partner! A³ is a direct follow-up initiative of prior Challenge Based Innovation (CBI) experiments at IdeaSquare CERN, conducted by the Design Factory...

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WaterPedia

Our database for interesting facts around water

QUATA TEAM

Fabienne Ganjon

Fabienne Ganjon

Fabienne studies Medical Engineering in her 2nd semester of a masters degree at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim.

Vanessa Hahn

Vanessa Hahn

Communication Design

Leo Schoberwalter

Leo Schoberwalter

Computer Science

Bartosz Wilkusz

Bartosz Wilkusz

Computer Science

Bartosz is a Master of Science Software Engineering student in his 1st semester at University of Applied Sciences Mannheim.