From November 26 through 28, Eindhoven Engine organizes Hack2Impact. During this weekend-long event, in close collaboration with MIT Hacking Medicine, TU/e and Fontys, students and professionals will come together to work on new solutions for Health@Home related challenges. Students are challenged with real cases, and several keynote speakers will provide them with enough inspiration.
Kadans is one of the sponsors for the event, but Hack2Impact is looking for more sponsors to make sure the hackers don’t lack anything. They are also still looking for mentors who can guide the hackers in their search for a solution. For more information, you can check out the website of Hack2Impact or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org