Science Hack 2020 - be a Partner!

The second edition of TUM Science Hack hosted students from 9 different fields of studies and was supported by 6 partner companies. It was an incredible opportunity for students and companies to interact in finding unique solutions to important problems.

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.

 

Why partner with Science Hack 2020?

  • Close interaction with diverse and talented students in Munich.
  • Visible connection to elite universities such as TUM, LMU etc.
  • Opportunity to attract potential future customers to your products and technologies
  • Test bench for hardware and software tools
  • Networking with students, mentors and other companies

 

Partnership

Every partner is assigned 2 teams of about 5 participants each. The 2 teams work on the same challenge, which was previously created by the partner and is supposed to be directly related to the topic of the Science Hack (“Utopia – future cities worth living”).

A short summary of the different challenges is given to the potential participants in advance, who can then state their preferences. This will ensure that each challenge is handled by the participants who are best suited for it.

One week before the Science Hack weekend, the Kick-Off event will take place. Here the teams get to know each other and each partner can present themselves with a small booth and a presentation.

Furthermore, during the Science Hack main event, each partner can present themselves with a small booth. In addition, the partner's logo will be displayed on the official T-shirts, as well as on all kinds of advertising (posters, flyers, website, etc.).

The partners bring resources to the event that the students can use in their projects. These resources include but are not limited to software, hardware, datasets, and tools. Resource partners will be able to provide training for their resources in addition to presenting their company and its employment opportunities. They will be in closer contact with the students and will be able to aid them in executing their visions.

 

For more information feel free to contact sciencehack@ja.tum.de.