Health & Wellness, University-wide
6–12 Apr 2020

COVID-19 Health Hack

Virtual Hackathon Addressing Pandemic-Related Issues

The Stevens Venture Center is hosting the COVID-19 Health Hack through April 12. This virtual hackathon has been organized to create an environment in which students, academics and industry professionals come together to identify and address pandemic-related issues and brainstorm solutions. Teams in the hackathon will develop projects in one or more of four categories: Community-Oriented Solutions, University-Oriented Solutions, Drug Discovery and Healthcare-Oriented solutions. Teams may enter together or may form from participants who have joined separately. Upon completion of the hackathon, each team will submit their project to be judged by a team of industry experts. Winners will be announced by the Stevens Venture Center on April 20. The hackathon will be 100 percent virtual. All teams and participants are encouraged to hack safely and to work within the social distancing guidelines in their area. For more information please visit or contact Dr. David Zimmerman at [email protected].

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