Between 5 to 10 student teams, consisting of a minimum of 5 students each, will buckle down for 48 hours to develop their innovative solution to one of the 4 challenges presented below. The teams should be multi-disciplinary, gender-balanced and represent the Baltic Sea Region. During the 48 hours, the teams will be supported by one mentor per team, and have access to a panel of experts that they can call on for advice and suggestions to improve their solutions. The teams will be judged by a panel of experts on a range of indicators, including creativity, possibility for implementation and consideration of whole value chains. You can register as an indivdual or with a formed team.
The Hackathon should lead to new solutions, but not only technical. We are hoping to generate a bunch of new, innovative ideas and to form new networks, partnerships and collaborations!
Location: Kristineberg Marine Station, 45178 Fiskebäckskil, Sweden
How to get there? Travel to Gothenburg Airport - from which a free bus transfer will be organised on the evening of Friday 3 April or alternatively on the morning of Saturday 4 April.