Fundamental changes are on the horizon in the energy sector. The end of the service life of nuclear power plants calls for the development of diverse, regenerative and decentralized energy technologies, such as geothermal energy, wind and solar technology. Digital tools are being used in more and more areas in order to optimize and stabilize the interplay between energy supply, use and storage.
Hackathons bring together energy experts, analysts, data scientists, programmers, students and interested people from all disciplines to work together with team spirit and enthusiasm on solutions to concrete problems. Take part!
When: Friday, September 24 and Saturday, September 25, 2021.
Where: Technopark Aargau in Brugg
A COVID certificate (Vaccinated, Recovered, Tested) is required to attend the event and will be requested at the entrance.
Tests can be done at "Apotheke Drogerie Reformhaus Kuhn" at Bahnhofsplatz 7 in Brugg. Please plan enough time so that we can start punctually at 9 am.
Please note, the event moderation and the presentations take place in english
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We are happy to announce that all partners of the Hackdays 2020 have confirmed their participation again and that we could already win new partners. This promises exciting concrete challenges.
You still have open questions? Have a look at our FAQs where we have listed all the important questions and answers:
How much does my participation to the Hackdays costs?
The Hackdays are free of charge thanks to our sponsors and partners. Food (including breakfast), electricity/ basic workplace infrastructure and internet are also provided.
Do I need a project idea or a team to participate?
No, this is possible, but not necessary. At the beginning of the hackathon different project ideas and challenges will be presented. You can work on the project idea that inspires you the most.
Are Hackdays only for developers?
Do I have to stay on site for 32 hours?
No, that’s not necessary either. It is important that you contribute to the success of your chosen project and discuss with your team when and where you work.
What is the official language?
What do I need to bring along?
The most important thing: interest in the themes energy and data. Don't forget your laptop. You should also bring pens and possibly a sleeping bag. However, we will provide you with a basic set of materials such as papers, flipcharts, post-it, food and drinks.
What happens afterwards?
We want the resulting Hackdays projects to have a long-term, sustainable impact. Accordingly, partner organizations and Challenge Owners are happy to continue to support and promote promising projects and results to the best of their abilities.
The discussion about energy also goes on within the Energy Data Working Group. Have a look!
The challenges and their results are freely accessible and will be published on the homepages of opendata.ch and also BfE (SwissEnergy) after the event. The data used for the elaboration are not included. In the case of companies' own data, these remain with the respective data owners.
We abide by the hackcodeofconduct.org