Social Impact Hackathon

MOME Innovation Center, in cooperation with the British Council Hungary, is hosting a design-driven hackathon 

MOME Innovation Center, in cooperation with the British Council Hungary, is hosting a design-driven hackathon that brings together interdisciplinary teams of talented people to develop workable, well-designed, and impact-driven solutions to social and environmental challenges.

Our university has a strong tradition in nurturing young talent and finding practical applications of design competences. During this hackathon, interdisciplinary teams of 4-5 people will work together on our campus for 48 hours to co-create a solution to a case study, with the ability to access experienced mentors onsite.

This hackathon is for students, fresh graduates, and young professionals between the ages of 18 to 35 years old who are passionate about sustainability and who enjoy the creative process of finding new and innovative solutions to problems.

Registration deadline:             07.11.2022
Detailed case study reveal:     14.11.2022
Date of Hackathlon:                17-19.11.2022

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Event information

Registration deadline: 13.11.2022
Detailed case study reveal: 14.11.2022
Date of Hackathon: 17-19.11.2022

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