Students of diverse fields from all the universities in Munich will be able to participate in this year’s Science Hack. They will display their creativity, passion and problem-solving skills towards solving challenges provided by exceptional chairs of TUM. The challenges will be thought provoking and highly topical and based on making the world greener, healthier and sustainable for the future.
The event is taking place on December 7th & 8th, 2019. (new date!)
Students of TUM, LMU, HM, HFF, HMTM, ADBK can participate. The registrations will initially be limited to 100 participants.
The first edition of TUM Science Hack hosted students from 7 different fields of studies and was supported by 5 partner companies. It was an incredible opportunity for students and companies to interact in finding unique solutions to important problems. Science Hack 2018
This year we plan to build on the success of last year and increase both the diversity and the number of participants and partner companies. Information for Partners
We will inform you about conditions of participation, registration and partner companies soon on this website.
At Science Hack, you work for two days in teams of up to six people and with professional support on exciting and interesting challenges from the worlds of business and science.
Each problem combines issues from computer science with another scientific discipline.
The coolest projects are rewarded with attractive prizes!
While programming experience is almost essential for every team, the challanges will encourage you to use a diverse set of skills in approaching complex problems, so you don't have to be a coder to join.
Try to form teams that include people from different fields, but also make sure that there are coders in the team.
Yes, please bring a laptop. There will be WiFi and enough mains sockets for everyone.
Yes, only students and PhD-students can participate.
Not directly, but the application form has field for up to three other participants you'd like to see in your team.
Everyone has to apply on their own, but we try to take your wishes into account during the selection process.
We encourage you to form teams during the event. There will be many highly talented people from all the different fields so it is a great change to meet and learn from new people.
We, the coordination team for the 2. Science Hack will select the applicants.
Yes, there will be free food and drinks for the whole event duration.
We will provide camp beds in separate rooms so you can have a good rest at night (you don't have to, of course).