Space Apps Adelaide is back in 2017!Hosted by the Government of South Australia’s Space Industry and R&D Collaborations Office and kindly supported by the University of South Australia.
The NASA International Space Apps Challenge is a great opportunity for students, professionals, artists, designers, coders, storytellers (and makers), builders, technologists, scientists, creatives and generally any space enthusiast to have a crack at solving challenges to our Earth's problems using NASA open source data.
There will be a Pre-Event Information Night On Friday 21 April at the Bradley
Forum, University of South Australia.
And on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 April at the same venue, the NASA Space Apps 2017 'Hackathon' Challenge will take place simultaneously in different cities all around the world. That’s two days of space coding, design, problem solving, pondering and general hacking with a great community of enthusiasts. There are prizes up for grabs for the top four teams, two of whom will be nominated to global judging by NASA!
Register here on the Space Apps page and then head over to our EventBrite Page to get your tickets for entry to both events.
We look forward to seeing you at #SpaceAppsADL.
Participation in both events is free.
Meals and Wi-Fi will be provided.
Bring extra snacks, as well as your laptop, other electronics, props etc. if you think you'll need them.
SupportersUniversity of South Australia
Fleet Space Technologies
Microsoft Innovation Centre South Australia
Saturday, April 29th
Registration/Morning Tea and Coffee
Speed Networking Session/ Challenge Team Formation
Opening Keynotes by Mentors
Mentoring Workshops (Various/Optional)
Sunday, April 30th
08:00 Morning Tea/ Brief Announcements
Resume Problem Solving
Start working on presentation preparation
Pitch Presentation Workshop (Optional)
Submission Deadline/Upload Projects/Presentation tech check
Pitch Presentations by Teams
Afternoon Tea/Judges Deliberate
Awards and Closing Remarks