Description of the rules and documents to fill in.
6:30pm – 7:00pm Matchmaking session for individual participants looking for a team and division of the teams per challenge
1 team can decide to take up 1 or several challenges - depending if multiple challenges are available
7:00pm – Beginning of the countdown for the 36-hour hackathon
9:00am - 10:00am Questions & answers
Ensured by the challenger(s) in their digital rooms if teams have one or several questions to ask. The organizer’s team ensures the smooth running of the hackathon and will be present at any time should there be any issue while coding.
10:00am - 11:00am Mentoring online Session with Leo Benkel
Midnight: Draft Project submission by the teams (Name of the team, a draft description of the project and how it answers the challenge proposed)
7:00am End of the hackathon
All the teams, without exception, stop coding and share their work with the organizer. After this 36-hour hackathon, the teams need to share :
The name of their team.
A short description of the project and how it answers the challenge proposed.
A presentation about their solution/application (optional).
Their lines of code.
The name of their team members who will pitch the project and their phone numbers (to follow up on the pitching session).
8:00am – 9:00am Set up of the pitching programmeby the organizer
10:15am Pitching session of Challenge(s)
11:30am End of the pitching session and Jury Deliberation
12:30pm Closing Ceremonyand prizes given by the challenger(s) to the winning team(s)
SPONSORS & PARTNERS
Does it work? How does it work?
How does it answer the challenge?
How inventive/original is the product?
Pitch delivered with elegance and precision.
Capability to surprise/amaze the jury.
How well have the resources been utilized? Did the team use other useful free resources? Did the team add additional useful features?