H2O Hack: Solving water challenges from space



H2O Hack: Solving water challenges from space



Australia’s water security is being significantly influenced by climate change, with droughts, heat waves, and floods making it perpetually difficult to manage water across the country. 

The Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (CEAT),  ANU Institute of Water Futures, and Canberra Innovation Network (CBRIN), in collaboration with the ANU Institute for Space, CSIRO and Charles Sturt University are calling for ambitious researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs to come together to participate in a virtual hackathon – ‘H2O Hack – solving water challenges from space’ – to collaborate, innovate and create new solutions to address Australia’s water challenges using space technology. 

Up to $20,000 in prize money to be won!

 

Register now, applications close on 8 October 2021.

 

Build a diverse team to tackle one of our planet’s most pressing challenges in this one-week-long H2O Hack innovation challenge held online between 11 and 15 October 2021. Enjoy an exceptional collaborative atmosphere with access to leading mentors from the industry and research, get exposed to rapid workshops to help you generate, evolve and pitch your ideas to win the vote of the judges!

Register here.

 

Keynote speakers, mentors, judges and prizes to be announced soon! Find out more here.

11 - 15 Oct, 2021

9:00 am - 11:30 am

Online - TBC