HPI School of
University of Potsdam
Our planet is in trouble, no doubt. But we think that technology and software bear the potential for solving some of the biggest problems on earth: pollution, global warming and natural disasters. We want to provide a place for creative ideas which will make our blue planet a better place to live.
For 22 hours of hacking, we will bring students from Berlin, Brandenburg and the rest of the world together in the HPI School of Design Thinking, located on our campus. By providing world class sponsors including workshops and access to their data and APIs, a great location and plenty of caffeine to fuel your brain we will create a space for creativity, inspiring ideas and a passion for trying out new things.
Interested? Come and share your dedication and skills with others, exchange knowledge and accomplish great things!
|12:00||Lunch & Team Building|
|14:00||Tech Talks & Workshops|
|22:00||Sleeping area opens|
|11:17||End of Hacking|
|16:00||Awards & Closing ceremony|
Keep in mind that we may have to adjust some of the times.
There are very few hackathons focusing on environmental and sustainability issues; we want to fix that and give you the chance to change the world for better by building applications that truly matter! You will also have the opportunity to get in touch with our awesome partners, slip into their shoes and solve real-world challenges using their API and expertise.
Sure! As long as you are interested in environmental issues and 18 years or older we will be happy to welcome you! Any skill level is welcome; hackathons should be a way to experience teamwork and work on your abilities.
Nope! HackHPI is a free event, with food and drinks provided by our partners.
You can hack with your peers or find a new team to work with. Teams should have a size of not more than 3-4.
Bring your laptop and charger, comfortable clothes and above all motivation to hack.
Over a 22-hour period, students and others interested in tackling environmental and sustainability questions come together on HPI’s campus to be creative, implement innovative ideas using code, gadgets and open data, and to have a great time.
Yes. We follow MLH’s code of conduct, which all attendees, partners, volunteers, and staff are required to agree to. We expect all of our attendees to be respectful and considerate of others.
Feel free to use whatever you will feel most comfortable with. Our partners will be happy to help you with their API and know-how.
Take S7 from Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Central Station) towards Potsdam and exit at Griebnitzsee. It will cost just around 3,40€ one-way.
Please drop us a line at [email protected] if you have any concerns. We’d love to help you!
Of course, you can! Please drop us a line at [email protected].
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