The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone's life - people are losing their jobs and are being isolated far away from their loved ones, businesses are experiencing dramatic losses, healthcare workers are sacrificing their health and governments are imposing unprecedented measures in order to help fight the virus.
We here at TUM could not stand by during these challenging times and therefore decided to organize an additional, special online edition of hackaTUM to develop solutions for many of the challenges posed by COVID-19.
Join us and make your contribution to solving the Corona crisis. You will also have a unique chance to get mentorship from our leading industry partners and win some great prizes!
Find more information here:covid19.hackatum
Please go through our terms and waiver agreement.
All participants are requested to sign this form while collecting your badges at the entrance of the event.
All teams are requested to upload their project details here.
Make your submission pages attractive for the judges.
You can add screenshots, videos, idea summary, technologies used, link to the deployed prototype, etc.
Please look at some of the previously published submissions for inspiration:
During the pitch sessions, you could use presentation slides to present your ideas to judges.
Further information regarding the time duration and judging process will be communicated over Slack.
Government and Society
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Snorre Alexander Husby
Innovation / Ambition
Was the idea unique, or a different take on an existing/similar app? What was added to the app that made it special or more useful? Was the idea behind the app ambitious? Creative? How well did the app execute upon the theme/category chosen?
User Interface / User Experience
Does the UI of the app look professional/fun, or is it sloppy? Is the app easy to use? Does the workflow of the app make sense, is it intuitive?
Does the app work completely from start to finish? Were any bugs encountered during the presentation? Was the most critical feature successfully implemented? Did the team scope their app's features well given the time frame?
Quality of the presentation
How well prepared were the presenters? Were the presenters able to communicate their idea to the audience? How was the overall presentation?