1) STEM Lesson Presentation

1)The STEM Lesson Presentation Challenge for students is an engaging and educational activity that spans various subjects, including science (biology, physics, chemistry), mathematics, history, geography, and even the arts (like music and visual arts). This challenge encourages students to enhance their presentation skills while delving into these diverse fields.

In each subject area, the challenge promotes critical thinking, research skills, effective communication, and creativity. Moreover, it helps students develop a deeper appreciation for these subjects by making them active participants in the learning process.

In this challenge you need to choose one subject area, research a problem and make a presentation of that topic including a poster.

You can participate as a team of maximum 3 members.

2) Art 

Present us with what you are passionate about !

When we look around us with unbiased eyes, we witness the existence of hundreds of objects we love. Sometimes it is our family, sometimes the car we love, sometimes a butterfly flying by itself, sometimes a skyscraper disappearing in the depths of the sky. But when we human beings look with loving eyes, we see that everything that is the key to happiness is actually around us.

Topics that you can have: Nature, Solidarity and Artificial Intelligence

Grab your art materials, and create the artwork you love the most!


  • Both two-dimensional and three-dimensional pieces are welcome in the competition.
  • The entry (the “Work”) that is submitted must be original and can be drawn or made. If it is a 2D piece, you can use any of the following materials: pencil, pen, pastel, charcoal, coloured pencils, acrylic or oil paints, chalk, Conte, oil pastel, gouache, graphite, ink, glass paint, watercolour or glitter.
  • If you want to submit a 3D piece, you can .. clay, wood, cardboard, plaster, wire, or any other materials.
  • Works in mixed media art, collage or print are also acceptable.
  • The art must be either A4 or A3 in size.
  • The artist must document the making of the piece by sending a minimum of 1 photograph and 1 video whilst the work is being created.
  • The artist must also submit a paragraph of between 150 to 200 words which explains the concept or idea.
  • We only need a short title of no more than 50 characters, in English.
  • You don’t have to worry about shipping the artwork as you won’t be providing it physically.
  • The jury’s and the judge’s ruling is final.
  • Participation is only individual


Present us with what you are passionate!

Use your camera and capture the subject you adore the most! Anything from a flower to a bridge, an ant to a historic structure, a flame to a sparkle, a car to a dinosaur in a museum, and so on. IGO offers you the chance to capture those visions and freeze them forever!

In addition to encouraging people to communicate their passions through photography, IGO wishes to motivate people to make everyone aware of the beauty that surrounds us. The goal of the competition is to promote the power of the photographic image. Topics: Nature, Solidarity, Artificial Intelligence

Photo Eligibility

  1. It can be in landscape or portrait mode.
  2. You can use device that takes still pictures, including smartphones and digital cameras, which create image data files, these can be medium and large digital cameras.
  3. Each participant is allowed to submit a maximum of three images.
  4. You are required to send ZIP files when you apply.
  5. Both drone and terrestrial photography are acceptable.
  6. Hard copies are not acceptable.
Terms and conditions
  1. The participant must also submit a paragraph of between 150 to 200 words which explains the concept or idea.
  2. We only need a short title of no more than 50 characters, in English.
  3. Contestants’ photos must be their own original creations.
  4. The General Data Protection Regulation prohibits using photographs that include people’s faces*.
  5. Software-generated images are not permitted.
  6. Any form of adult content will not be tolerated and will result in immediate disqualification.
  7. Processing such as cropping and modifications to improve exposure or colours, is allowed
  8. You can also use programmes such as Photoshop to alter and manipulate an image.

Photo Format

  1. 2000 pixels wide minimum resolution
  2. Colour or monochrome
  3. JPEG, PNG, PSD, or TIFF format
  4. Maximum file size: 10MB;

Participation is only individual


The robot competing in the Line Follower competition aims to complete a predetermined course as quickly as feasible. The robot must be coded to detect and follow a black line as fast as possible. The use of turbines are not allowed .

It’s a competition where competitors construct their own robots using Lego Mindstorm (NXT, EV3, Spike or 51515) components or any other system; Maximum size is 25cm x 30cm. A black line must be detected and followed by the robot as quickly as feasible.

Participation is only individual