to the WINNERS of

Mars City Design Challenges 2019!

The Theme of this year is:

Mars City Design Challenges 2019 has selected the finalists who have submitted relevant innovations toward designing for the Martian sport game, which included the categories as follows:

  • Architecture design of Mars Olympics Stadium

  • Robotics 

  • Exoskeleton design

  • Human physiology, Organ 3D Printing, Cyborg 

  • VR/AR

    The visibility of the content of the Finalists' projects will be available during the Gala Award Ceremony in October 2019 in Los Angeles. The finalists' will further develop their early concepts at the Mars City PowerLab Workshop 2019 in Houston, TX. This workshop is open to public. Teams are encouraged to collaborate with other teams and experts to finalize their presentation that will take place on May 30th, 2019 at this workshop. LINK to the POWERLAB WORKSHOP>>

  • 3 selected Winners of this 2019 Challenges will receive:

  • ​3 FREE access per team to PowerLab Workshop, Learning Marschitecture, with the value of $3,000+

  • Publication and Media exposure to their brand product associated with Mars City Design®.

  • Mars City Design® professional networks.

  • Become part of Mars City Design® Marschitect team to build the selected design prototypes from MCD 2015-2019.

  • VIP Access to Mars City Design® Gala 2019.

  • Create legacy for designing a future human history.


General Timeline Attempt: (please expect minor / updated details changes).

August 28-30, 2019 PowerLab Workshop at SICSA, University of Houston, TX.

October 2019 Selected Top 3 Winners have a VIP access to Mars City Design® Award Ceremony in Los Angeles. (Travel is not included).

Judging Committee​

Barbara Zelon

NASA Johnson Space Center 

Creative Communications Strategies and Solutions

Orion Spacecraft Strategic Communications Manager 

Donald C Barker

International Space Station Propulsion

and GN&C Systems Engineer at S&K Technologies, Inc.​

Gregory Chamitoff

Astronaut Spacewalker, Flight Engineer & Science Officer - ISS Expedition 17/18, Mission Specialist - STS 124/134

NASA Johnson Space Center

Professor in Aerospace and Engineering, Texas A&M University




Silicon Beach, California

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