Due to our good experiences with a hybrid IoT-hackathon in 2020, this year’s IoT-hackathon.net will also be held in a hybrid format. How is a “hybrid” teaching format being organized?
We have two teams: One team at the HNU and one team at the UWC. Due to the task setup, students can mainly work from home in their groups. Each group has a specific task covering various business activities such as programming, assembling, or designing business processes.
HNU-students are responsible for local assembly activities, while each group of students has to manage, assign, decide, realize, and test their prototypes. Hence, all students are responsible for implementing the required business process, including designing, programming, and connecting their business processes with downstream and upstream supply chain partners.
The IoT-hackathon is a 5-days self-organized course supported by tutors and the Professors from UWC- and HNU-side. We invite students from business administration, information systems, computer science, engineering, and further fields interested in IoT-applications and its possibilities to apply for the IoT-hackathon 2021.
We are happy to answer further questions via email: firstname.lastname@example.org