Hack the Crisis:

Tech for Good

When:

Where:

17-22.03.2020

Online

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End of project submission (CET):

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We can save thousands of lives when we unite!

Would you like to make a difference in the time of the COVID-19 outbreak?

Check the TOP 30

Join the first edition of the online HackCrisis hackathon

We invite everyone to collaborate on the execution of anticrisis ideas to help people handle the pandemic aftermath. We defined three main areas that might be challenging: isolation, facts & data and education.

Here’s how

The TOP10 winners are listed here.

EDUCATION: FreeClass

ISOLATION: Mama teraz pracuje

FACTS&DATA: Covid Genomics

Category Winners

Winners

Mission

Global challenges are when we need to show unity for the common good across borders and generations. I would like to invite all developers, experts and technology-lovers to aid our common fight against the virus in cyberspace.

Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister of Poland

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Together with the Polish Prime Minister and GovTech we decided to initiate a HackCrisis: Tech 4 Good Movement to help people survive the coronavirus outbreak around the world and make our environment again a safe place for us. Our role here is to create space, guide, and provide tools for those who want to hack the crisis with integrity in their minds and hearts.

Dmitrij Żatuchin, Co-founder of SoDA Poland, CEO of DO OK S.A.

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Prime Minister of Polish Government funds the rewards for 10 best projects:

Prize

3 x 20 000 PLN

Category winners

The other best purpose-oriented projects

7 x 6 000 PLN

Prize

We’re looking for solutions in following categories:

Isolation

Facts & data

Education

You can join existing projects or join the hackathon and contact with others via Slack to create a team.

We are looking for ideas that:

are able to be prototyped in 3-5 days

give society access to reliable information

give people hope in this difficult time

provide a sense of security in the face of developing crisis

Be bold, go further with the ideas. Think of stuff that needs different regulations. Think for a few hours and join the hackathon.

SUBMIT YOUR FINAL PROJECT

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JOIN THE PUBLIC SLACK

Project Platform:

Project communication channel:

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Want to submit a project out of the hackathon? Apply here (PL)

Agenda

CET time zone • Every Day: Surprise!

Official launch: live streaming.

Start receiving applications.

16:00:

Tuesday, 17.03.

Live Q&A Session

Webinars with experts

Checkpoint [Q&A]

Wednesday, 18.03.

16:00

18:00

11:00

Webinars with experts

Live Q&A Session

11:00

16:00

Thursday, 19.03.

Live Q&A Session

18:00

Live Q&A Session

Live Q&A Session

Webinars with experts

18:00

Friday, 20.03.

11:00

16:00

1st Checkpoint with Domain Mentors

Team Update Form deadline

11:00

Saturday, 21.03.

09:00

10:00

Live streaming of Summary of Hack Crisis Hackathon

Projects classification

12:00

15:00

18:00

09:59

Sunday, 22.03.

Webinar with Maciej Kawecki Ph.D.

15:30

Webinar with Mentor: Gleb Maltsev

16:00

Team formations

Our experience proves that the most efficient team has about
4 to 8 people. Set up the team to cover all required roles like necessary developers, DevOps, designers, a project manager, team lead or visionary. Consider involving a sociologist, healthcare consultant, psychologist, UX researcher in order to get the product or service ready in 3-5 days!

For your disposal are mentors who can support you in many fields.

Jury • Mentors • Advisors

Justyna

Orłowska

Prime Minister’s High Representative for Government Technology

Antoni

Rytel

Deputy Director Govtech Poland

#jury

Calum

Cameron

Program Consultant and Key Mentor of Accelerate Estonia

#jury

#jury

Janne

Kalliola

Chairman of Code in Finland, CEO of Exove

Dmitrij

Żatuchin

Co-founder of SoDA Poland, CEO of DO OK S.A.

#jury

#jury

Rudradeb

Mitra

#mentor

Education

#mentor

Tomasz

Karwatka

Education

#mentor

Mirka

Puczko

Education

Martins

Bicevskis

#mentor

Isolation

#mentor

Filip Jakubowski-Drzewiecki

Isolation

#mentor

Marcel

Gasser

Isolation

#mentor

Marcin

Wylot

Facts&Data

#mentor

Paweł

Gora

Facts&Data

#mentor

Alex

Felman

Facts&Data

Partners

Want to support the event in another way? Be the change. Join as a partner: contact@hackcrisis.com

Supporters & Media

Organizers

Dmitrij

Żatuchin

Main Organizer & Mentor

Krzysztof

Pieczyński

Mentors & Partners

chris@dook.pro

Katarzyna

Leszczyńska-Bohdan

Communication

kate@dook.pro

Katarzyna

Pająk

People

FAQ

When and where?

Who runs the HackCrisis hackathon?

HackCrisis hackathon will take place from March 17 - 22, 2020 online. CET time zone.

The organizers are people from DO OK • Life-changing software services company. The main partner is GovTech. HackCrisis: Tech for Good is a pro publico bono hackathon

How long is it?

Do I need a team?

You will have 3-5 days to build but we will also have opening and closing ceremonies as well as the project expo. Prepare to spend your days with us starting Tuesday evening at kick-off webinar and we'll have you out around midday on Friday

If you are planning to compete for a prize, you may be solo or in a team of 8 people maximum. If you don't have one yet, no worries! We will have a team formation kick-off via Slack before hacking begins.

Can we apply as a team?

What can I build?

You and your intended teammates should all apply individually. But if you get an invitation and some of your teammates don’t, shoot us an email at contact@hackcrisis.com and we’ll try to sort things out.

Whatever you can think up! We’ll have mentors to help you with web, mobile, hardware, design, and any development in between!

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