Campus Biotech, Auditorium H8.
During the weekend of March 22-24, interdisciplinary teams will work on projects defined by people with disabilities to tackle challenges in their daily living. The teams are composed of makers, engineers, designer and the users themselves, for a holistic and user-centric approach to hacking. A closing ceremony invites the public to discover the solutions developed throughout the weekend; presents technological advancements and initiatives from research, end-users and industry; and opens the floor to discussion on how we can work together to improve the life of people with disabilities. If you want to learn more about open innovation, come and join us.
17.00 - Door opening
17.30 - Welcome and presentation of HackaHealth
17.40 - Research perspective (Wyss Center)
18.00 - End-user perspective (HandiCapable)
18.15 - Company perspective (Mindmaze)
18.30 - Behind the scene of the hackathon (movie)
18.40 - Presentation of the 2019 challenges and solutions
19.10 - Q&A session
19.40 - Apéro