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2019 NYUAD Hackathon


[This opportunity is not affiliated with the Department, Faculty of Arts & Science, or University of Toronto. Registration fees may apply. We share this opportunity at the request of the organizers in case it is of interest to our student body. Participation is as the sole discretion of the individual.]

7th Annual New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) International Hackathon for the Social Good in the Arab World is accepting nomination.

The Annual NYUAD International Hackathon is a three-day programming marathon, during which renowned international computer science professors, founders of successful startups, technology professionals, and venture capitalists come together at NYUAD to lead teams of talented computer science students from all over the world (the majority of the students will be from the Arab world), to create mobile and web applications. The teams will develop innovative applications relevant to diverse fields such as HEALTH, education, film, music, business, and science for the benefit of social good in the Arab World.

Date: April 26 - 28, 2019
Location: New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Saadiyat Campus
Students, mentors and judges MUST be present during the entire three days of the Hackathon.
Learn more and register: https://bit.ly/2t2fHvA

Find a faculty member to nominate you.

Faculty member must fill out the form: http://sites.nyuad.nyu.edu/hackathon/index.php/student-nomination/

Deadline to submit applications is February 8, 2019. This is an absolute deadline so we can obtain visas for all of the Hackathon attendees. We expect to have the nomination results by February 25, 2019.

Mentor Application form:http://sites.nyuad.nyu.edu/hackathon/index.php/mentor-application-form/

*Please note that the NYUAD Hackathon committee will make the final selection of students and mentors from the list of nominees/applicants since we receive a large number of nominations/applications from around the world every year.