International interdisciplinary conferences for young scientist and start-ups. It gives them the opportunity to present their ideas in the scientific, social, industrial and business field to the whole world.

Falling Walls Lab was created in honor of the 20-year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall under the auspices of the German government and business community. Participants have three minutes and three slides to present their idea in any area of science, society, industry, or business. The conference language is English.

Falling Walls Lab facilitates discussion of research and innovation and is an excellent opportunity for young scientists and specialists to present their ideas, projects, and initiatives to the whole world.

This year Kyiv conference will be held on 30th September in NSC "Olympiyskiy", Chempions Hall.

  • 141 application
  • 21 experts
    evaluated participants
  • 50 talents
    presented ideas

In 2015, Ukraine took part for the first time in Falling Walls Lab when the Klitschko Foundation was granted the right to represent our country.

Falling Walls Lab Kyiv 2016


We are looking for:

  • gifted youth
  • generators of ideas and business models
  • advanced speakers of English

Who can participate:

  • Innovative thinkers from various disciplines;
  • students currently attending university;
  • anyone with a bachelor’s degree awarded not more than ten years ago;
  • anyone with a master’s degree awarded not more than seven years ago;
  • anyone with a Ph.d. awareded not more than five years ago;
  • professors, young professionals, young scientists, and entrepreneurs.


  • Stage one: a conference in Kyiv;
  • Stage two: winners will attend the Falling Walls Conference in Berlin to present their projects.

The project is financed: by the Klitschko Foundation and its partners.




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  • 700 audience
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