With the advent of the “Internet of Things” (IoT) any device that uses electricity can connect to the internet. As a result, the last decade has seen a huge increase in the number of ‘smart’ or ‘connected’ devices, from wearables, to the infrastructure of entire buildings.
We’re looking to assemble a diverse range students; from the technical skills of engineers and computer science students, to the entrepreneurial flair of business students, and the creativity of languages, social science and life and health science students. Working in teams to brainstorm ideas and develop product services, apps and projects that take advantage of the increasing use of technology and how this can be of benefit to community and the emerging world.
UniHack brings together students, corporates, the third sector, and the local community to create innovative soloutions to real-world challenges. The goal is to ensure that the next-generation of problem solvers are equipped with the necessary skills to effect positive change, that corporates have access to the best talent, and that the local community can benefit from innovative and entrepreneurial solutions.
Be one of 50 students who will form teams to develop an app, service, product or campaign that solves a real-life problem.
FREE food and refreshments will be provided throughout the whole event.
it is not necessary to work through the night although you may be inspired to.
For more information about UniHack follow the link and head to their website: http://events.unihack.co/aston/
Please note: This event is for Aston University students only.
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This event is organised by BSEEN (Birmingham Skills for Enterprise and Employability Network), part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, a student and graduate start-up programme.
It is a collaborative initiative between Aston University, Birmingham City University, Newman University and University College Birmingham. BSEEN is available to students studying at these universities and graduates within the last five years from any university, living in the Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP area.