A 48-hour Hackaton to solve challenges proposed by NASA. Come, form a team, choose a challenge and show to the whole planet that you have the capacity to help humanity. With no prerequisites for participating, children, young people and adults can enjoy learning in an intense and fun way.The event will start at 7 pm on 10/18 and will continue until 6 pm on 10/20. On 10/18 there will be a training session, Dara Bootcamp, starting at 1 pm with several workshops.
To get started, follow the steps:
1-Global Registration (After registering, go to the Locations tab, search for Serra and register with Space Apps UCL)
3-Registration at Data Bootcamp / workshops
Are you ready for adventure?
Not yet? Find out here how to prepare!
The event has all the support of the Faculty UCL where there is:
-Parking for cars and motorcycles
-Bathroom with shower (female and male)
- Air-conditioned sleeping rooms (female and male)
-Fridge to store food
- Air-conditioned laboratories
-Internet and power points
-24 hour security
In the UCL facilities there are:
-Restaurants and bakeries
1-UCL will be open according to the schedule below. After this time, to keep everyone safe, no one enters or leaves.
2-It is possible and allowed to go to sleep at home, but it is not advisable, as it disrupts the experience of the event.
3-Minors can participate, but must have a legal guardian with them at all times during the event.
4-Alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs are strictly prohibited at the event.
Follow this checklist to leave nothing behind!
-Mattress / Mattress / Sleeping Bag
-Sheet / Blanket
-Monitor (if necessary)
-Peripherals (mouse / keyboard / webcam ...)
- Plug adapters
-Pencil / Pen / Ruler ...
-Advisable to take around R $ 50 or a credit / debit card to split that pizza with friends and still survive the weekend.
4-Snacks and Snacks
-Drinks (milk, soda, juices ...)
-Noodles / Frozen
Entering the dimension of time!
Where do we unravel more mysteries?
Our mission will take place at UCL College:
ES-010, Km 06 - Manguinhos, Serra - ES, 29173-087
Still have questions, contact us using the form on the side or through the contact:
A space call ... literally!
To demonstrate the importance of the NASA Space Apps Challenge, astronaut Drew Feustel, who is orbiting us at 400 km high, decided to make a special and space invitation to participate in the event in 2018!
"Failure is not an option!"
UCL Professor of Information Systems, game and simulator developer, who loves to instigate / promote science and technology.
"That's one small step for man; One giant leap for mankind!" (Neil Armstrong)
UCL Professor of Information Systems and entrepreneur, with another world view on projects, management and technology!
"Whoopee! Man, that may have been a small one for Neil, but it's a long one for me!” (Charles Conrad)
UCL Student of Information Systems, developer of virtual reality, augmented, games and passionate about technology!
There's nothing that can't be solved with a few sleepless nights!
Bringing knowledge to people is something we must do from the heart!