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Organised by: ENTREPRENEURSHIP CELL VIT OF VELLORE
E-Cell, VIT is in collaboration with Technology Business Incubator (TBI) under government of India. TBI along with E-Cell provides the students with an advanced platform for converting their potential small scale ideas into leading start-ups.
29 Apr - 30 Apr | 2021
Host Country: India
Organised by: Queen Elizabeth's School
One of the first ever hackathons run by students of a secondary school in the UK, and possibly Europe. Our hackathon has begun admissions and registrations in advance of what should be a fantastic event on the weekend before the May Bank Holiday, where we have event sponsors, speakers and workshops which will take place over the 2 day period, as well as the overall submission and competition running alongside the event
30 Apr - 1 May | 2021
Host Country: United Kingdom
#Social Hack - User Interaction
Organised by: The Connect East Incubator
RESTART2021 is a Global Online event to connect ideas and innovators to lead the changes that will shape our lives. Our aim is to inspire and connect those working on the solutions.
30 Apr - 30 Jun | 2021
Host Country: Hungary
#Social Hack - connecting like-minded individuals to work together towards a similar goal
Organised by: ISA-VIT
ISA-VIT is proud to present iHACK, a 48-hour hackathon and the cornerstone for SPARK’21. It is not only a hackathon, but also a perfect stepping stone to ignite a creative SPARK in newcomers. This hack also caters to the seasoned veterans, challenging them to intertwine their creativity with their technical skills. This hack will provide you with sharp-minded mentors, a smooth hackathon experience, and the chance to win exciting prizes and goodies. We open the gates for not only skilled coders, but also students, designers, innovators, and everyone with the passion to shoot their shot. We wish you all the best, and may the best Hackers prevail!
13 May - 15 May | 2021
Host Country: India
Showcase ingenuity and technical skills
Humanitarian Innovation Awards 2021
Organised by: University of Sydney
The Humanitarian Innovation Pitch is a national submissions contest designed for university students, at all Australian universities, to develop innovative technological or engineering solutions that support human welfare through benevolent treatment or assistance to people for substantially altruistic reasons. Students are encouraged to select a real-world humanitarian problem and develop technology-driven solutions. Submissions consist of a short video encapsulating the essence of a student's idea, accompanied by a written brief showing evidence of how each solution could be achieved. sydney.edu.au/engineering/humanitarian-awards for more info.
#HumanitarianInnovationAwards #hack2021 #usyd #RedRAustralia
22 Jul - 24 Jul | 2021
Host Country: Australia
Social Good Humanitarian Challenge
Organised by: Hack A Solution
A 24 hour Hackathon for school and college students
30 Jul - 1 Aug | 2021
Host Country: United States
#EducationHack - Gain hands-on experience and explore the world of technology
Organised by: App Dev League
Develop busines pitches and/or prototypes for an app. For all students in the US.
7 Aug - 9 Aug | 2021
Host Country: USA
#EducationHack - Learn about business pitching, writeups and prototyping
Organised by: GovHack Australia Limited
Join the largest open data hackathon in the southern hemisphere.
GovHack, an international competition, seeks forward-thinking people of all abilities and challenges them to take their hand at making productive use of the wealth of open data available to us in everyday life.
Join thousands of others and apply your creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills to design a project in what has now become the largest open data hackathon in the southern hemisphere, and one of the largest in the world.
19 Aug - 21 Aug | 2021
Host Country: Australia and New Zealand
A festival of ideas that, by making use of the government data available to the public, create projects that better our lives and communities
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