UCL Centre for Digital Innovation


CDI Annual Showcase & UCL Tech for Good Live Pitch Final

16 July 2024, 9:30 am–5:30 pm

CDI Festival of Engineering

A CDI Event Series part of the UCL Festival of Engineering: a day of networking and dynamic pitches, showcasing the latest cohort of entrepreneurs supported by UCL and AWS through the CDI followed by the LIVE PITCH FINAL of the UCL Tech for Good Competition!

This event is free.

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UCL Centre for Digital Innovation


69 Wilson Street
United Kingdom

CDI ANNUAL SHOWCASE 9.30am - 3.30pm

The UCL Centre for Digital Innovation powered by AWS is delighted to invite you to our Annual Showcase 2024. As part of the UCL Festival of Engineering, which highlights how engineers are tackling some of humanity's biggest challenges, this exciting event will showcase the UCL CDI's impact on research translation and UK innovation.

Guests will learn how the partnership between UCL and AWS is turning science into real-world impact and preparing the next generation of digital innovators. They will discover the latest cutting-edge technology and prototypes from UCL CDI cohorts supported through the Impact Accelerator programme and hear about exciting research from recipients of our Doctoral Scholarships in Digital Innovation.

Join us for an afternoon of dynamic presentations and engaging exhibits, showcasing the remarkable digital innovations that CDI has nurtured, poised to revolutionise the EdTech and HealthTech sectors.


UCL TECH FOR GOOD COMPETITION: LIVE PITCH FINAL 4.00pm - 5.30pm (followed by drinks & networking)

This will be followed by the LIVE PITCH FINAL of the UCL Tech for Good Competition, a flagship entrepreneurial contest jointly led by the UCL Centre for Digital Innovation powered by AWS, and the UCL Centre for Sustainability and Realtech Innovation powered by PGIM Real Estate.

Join us to hear our startup finalists pitch their digital innovations with profound social impact, addressing challenges in healthcare, education, real estate, and the climate crisis, competing for £100,000 in prizes!