On October 18 & 19, 2014, professors and students from University Alliances member campuses in the Bay area participated in SAP InnoJam Palo Alto.
In 30+ hours they gained hands-on experience with SAP’s coolest and newest innovative technologies, engaging and exploring different technologies, ideas and all aspects of design and development. The professors and students worked with SAP domain experts, collaborated and co-innovated with fellow SAP enthusiasts, and developed prototypes of solutions to real business situations.
This year’s theme was tackling problems of the modern world of agriculture, with a focus on the connected world of technology and hardware for the betterment of humans interacting with their environment.
Special thanks to Professors Tom Wilder and Jim Sager of California State University, Chico; as well as Professor Leigh Jin of San Francisco State University for attending together with their students!
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