NASA Space Apps challenge in Copenhagen
07 April 2016
Do you want to solve some of the most pressing challenges on earth and in space? Join the NASA Space Apps challenge, the biggest global hackathon, in Copenhagen, on April 22-24.
All passionate technologists, scientists, designers and entrepreneurs are invited to the NASA Space Apps challenge in Copenhagen, on April 22-24.
Teams will work together to develop answers to some of the most acute challenges in space and on earth, such as global warming, using publicly available NASA data.
Winners will attend a NASA launch event
The Space App challenge will take place at the IT University of Copenhagen. Throughout the weekend, invited speakers and experts will be presenting and interacting with participants.
The event will start with a Bootcamp on Friday where participants will have the opportunity to learn, create and get inspired. The Space App hackathon will start on Saturday morning running until Sunday evening with the announcement of the local winners who will represent Denmark in the global competition.
The global winners will be invited to attend a NASA launch event.
Sign up for one of the 200 seats
Registration is free and open to all – but the maximum number of participants is 200 on a first-come basis.
Read more and register for the event.