Space Apps Gjovik was held on October 19th, 20th & 21st. Thank you to the 13 people who joined the International Space Apps Challenge at this location. The local results, including the work of 6 teams, can be found below!
Thanks Gjovik!

Local People's Choice Winner

The people have spoken! This is the project that captured our hearts.

Norwegian Cyber Range Hackathon

Space Apps Challenge Brought to You by NASA

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is an internationally oriented university headquartered in Trondheim and campuses in Ålesund and Gjøvik. Norwegian Cyber ​​Range (NCR) is an arena for testing, training and research in cyber security. In the Norwegian Cyber ​​Range, users and systems are exposed to realistic events in a safe environment. NCR is based at NTNU in Gjøvik. Gjøvik is a small city with beautiful scenery in north of Oslo.

NCR would like to welcome space enthusiasts for NASA's international space apps challenge 2018. Space Apps is an international hackathon that occurs over 48 hours in cities around the world. Coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, technologists, and everyone enthusiastic about curiosity come together to address challenges we face on the Earth and in space! Now, we invite you to be a part of this exciting, collaborative scientific exploration, as we pair NASA’s data with problem solvers across the globe. Join us on October 19-21 for the 2018 International Space Apps Challenge, with challenges to better understand the Earth and Space!

Opening: 17:00 in K109.

Final presentations, Sunday, 10:00 in K109.

Esteemed judges

Tonje Vik Jevard, Project Manager

Sotirios Grammatikos, Professor

Martin Stokkenes, PhD Candidate

Schedule (All times Europe/Stockholm)

Friday, October 19th
  1. Registration in K109, Building A.

  2. Opening Ceremony

    Building A, room: K109.

    18:05 Vidar Andersen, +Andersen & Associates

    18:20 Prof. Stewart Kowalski, Norwegian Cyber Range, NTNU

    18:45 Prof. Matt Bishop, University of California, Davis

    18:55 The opening from the space station

  3. Social opening, light meal. K109/Autrium.

  4. Hackathon kick-off

  5. First milestone

    - Teams formed and registered

    - Webpages for teams started

  6. Second milestone

    - Teams ideas ready

    - Teams workplan ready

Saturday, October 20th
  1. Breakfast

  2. Hackathon Continues

  3. Lunch

  4. Hackathon Continues

  5. Dinner

  6. Hackathon Continues

Sunday, October 21st
  1. Submission deadline

  2. Breakfast

  3. Presentations

  4. Evaluations, discussions, wrapping up

  5. Awards and Closing Ceremony


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