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July 01, 2017
We will be holding our third IMCreate Hackathon on the 1st and 2nd of July – this time focusing on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles. The event will take place in partnership with the IMPART Intelligent Mobility partnership (consisting of Coventry University, DeMonfort University, Loughborough University and Nottingham Trent University). We are looking for coders, data scientists, business thinkers, artists, designers and creative types, to take part in our 30-hour Hackathon, which will look to find solutions to Connected and Autonomous Vehicles. An amazing cash prize of £2,000 is up for grabs with more amazing prizes to be confirmed. The finer details: IMCreate CAV Hackathon kicks off at 9:30am, Sat 1st July, at Transport Systems Catapult in Milton Keynes and will finish on Sunday 2nd July at 2:30pm As well as coming as individuals and forming a team on the day, you can come with a pre-formed team if you wish (max 5), however, all members of the team must register individually. 5 connected & autonomous vehicle challenges will be provided by the team. You can check out the challenges at www.imcreate.co.uk Free food and drink will be provided all weekend Sleep Zones will be available in the office for rest and recuperation Showcase Final – Wednesday 12th July The top three teams will have 9 days after the Hackathon Weekend to develop their prototype solution further for presentation at the Showcase Final, including business model and marketing ideas. Teams will deliver 8 minute pitches in front of an expert judging panel and 1st, 2nd and 3rd places will be announced. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
Milton Keynes England United Kingdom
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May 17, 2017
Create Together Day is a hackathon-style event for anyone with a desire to share great ideas to advance citizen science. Collaborate with citizen science leaders from around the globe to create products, interfaces, or data visualizations to improve specific citizen science projects or the field as a whole. Work on your own or in collaborative teams to create a Zooniverse project in a day, discover how to use virtual/augmented reality for citizen science, capture and visualize location-based data using ArcGIS, leverage free volunteer recruiting and management tools from SciStarter, create new education and outreach materials, or launch an iNaturalist investigation - put your creativity and skills to a challenge that can take citizen science in new directions! Connect with practitioners that have a wide range of expertise - the following experts and more will be on hand to dig into popular tools: Charmel Menzel from Esri Laura Trouille, Brooke Simmons and Lucy Fortson from Zooniverse Mark SubbaRao from Adler Planetarium and head of the International Planetarium Society UMN’s Vicki Interrante on virtual and augmented reality tools not to mention you and your skills! Bring your data, bring your devices, bring your project ideas – help create something awesome! EVENT: Wednesday, May 17th, 8:45-4:30pm LOCATION: University of Minnesota - Ralph Rapson Hall, UMN, 89 Church Street Southeast, Minneapolis, United States 55455 TICKETS: $45/$25 with valid student ID. Includes breakfast, lunch and endless coffee (or water!).
Minneapolis/Saint Paul Minnesota United States
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August 25, 2017
Elsevier Hacks ‘17 is happening! The 48-hour hackathon will take place in Helsinki, Finland over the weekend of August 25th - 27th. Elsevier has tasked participants with identifying today’s challenges in medical education, and developing innovative mobile or web solutions to solve them. First place winners will receive $6000 in cash + $250 in tech. Second place winners will receive $500 in tech. Awesome goodies and spot prizes guarantees everyone will go home with some of 2017’s coolest gadgets Medical students from around the globe, currently enrolled in University, are invited to register to participate. Students, whose applications are selected by Elsevier, will be offered travel and accommodation provisions for the trip. Finnish developers and designers are also invited to register. Each team will need their coding and design expertise to build great prototypes.
Helsinki Finland
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May 03, 2017
For the first time in history, seven airports will collaborate to recode aviation and unleash the global potential of open innovation. {re}code aviation is a raw coding hackathon where developers, designers and other super powers will come together to hack the passenger journey. From June 16th to 18th in hub:raum Berlin, designers, developers, and super powers will join forces to create the future of aviation using AI, IoT and sensors, chat bots, robotics, wearables, cloud-based solutions, wayfinding, and all other technology they can get their hands on. Together with the airports of Copenhagen, Munich, Frankfurt, Gatwick, Geneva, Stockholm, and Amsterdam, participants are invited to come out and show what they’ve got during 48 hours in hub:raum Berlin!
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April 11, 2017
RBL Bank Hackathon - a solution development programme aimed at fostering the creation of new solutions in Banking and Financial Services. The Open Innovation theme of RBL Bank Hackathon will cover information dissemination and customer acquisition with better & personalized services within the banking ecosystem. We invite you to take the challenge to revolutionize the banking industry. Submit your idea - the next big thing and who knows you may be one of the winners of INR 1 Million Cash Prizes & Other Benefits worth INR 34 Million+.
Mumbai Maharastra India
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June 13, 2017
HackXLR8 is a 2-day hackathon happening in the middle of London Tech Week at ExCel, London. The theme is Smart Technology - Smart Home, Smart City, Smart Transport. HackXLR8 is challenging developers and startups to hack these megatrends and showcase what the future of smart living looks like. With over 15,000 visitors expected to be in attendance, this hackathon provides maximum exposure. If you are a part of London's tech ecosystem, this is an event you cannot miss! Watch this space for details of the prizes that will be given to the winners.
London Greater London United Kingdom
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June 05, 2017
One of the biggest cybersecurity stories of 2016 was the surge in online attacks caused by poorly-secured Internet of Things (IoT) devices" - Brian Krebs Vodafone is reaching out to startups at the forefront of IoT security, challenging them to accelerate the development of technical solutions and services which will keep their customers safe and secure. The Change Makers' Challenge from Vodafone will bring together a selected group of startups from around the world, working alongside Vodafone employees and mentors to develop the most exciting tools and services in this field for both consumers and enterprises. Over three days in London, you will work to resolve real challenges for Vodafone and their customers by providing solutions that discover, prevent and resolve cyber threats on connected devices.
London Greater London United Kingdom
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May 06, 2017
The event is dedicated to creative people, like designers, data experts and developers interested in developing an innovative prototype and to use ICT to make our world green and sustainable! Teams will compete for prizes, like study trips to Saint Petersburg. The criteria for each prize will be published during the first day of the hackathon. More information about the event and the registration can be found on the dedicated website: http://hackathon.bz.it The event is free of charge but a registration is required!
Bolzano Italy Italy
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May 12, 2017
Teams can work on any idea they like, with the winners gaining admission into AngelHack's HACKcelerator program, their pre-accelerator program with a chance to fly out to the Bay Area to pitch at Global Demo Day. Additionally, winners of the BlueChilli Challenge will gain entry into the CityConnect bootcamp. After the intense two-week validation bootcamp, up to 15 of the teams will be selected for a $100,000 investment and invited to join the 6-month accelerator program.
Brisbane QLD Australia
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May 05, 2017
Teams can work on any idea they like, with the winners gaining admission into AngelHack's HACKcelerator program, their pre-accelerator program with a chance to fly out to the Bay Area to pitch at Global Demo Day. Additionally, winners of the BlueChilli Challenge will gain entry into the CityConnect bootcamp. After the intense two-week validation bootcamp, up to 15 of the teams will be selected for a $100,000 investment and invited to join the 6-month accelerator program.
Melbourne VIC Australia