Hack Melbourne: Student Hackathon
Glyn Davis Building
Melbourne School of Design
The University of Melbourne
Calling designers, coders, architects, digital natives, story-tellers, activists, analysts, journalists and anyone with an interest in using open data to drive social and economic value.
In the year that the University of Melbourne celebrates 150 years of education in the built environment discipline, the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning will host a hackathon bringing together students and practitioners and celebrates technical and creative capacity.
Tapping into the vast wealth of publicly available information this event aims to open doors for collaboration with governments, community and cultural groups and to help advance the cause of open data to drive change.
Bringing together students, practitioners industry, alumni and academic staff, the competition will to create innovative solutions to real world challenges using open source data.
Dates to be confirmed. Stay tuned for more details.
Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash.
Part of the BE–150: celebrating built environments education at the University of Melbourne 2019 program.