Mangaluru: SJEC & EG set to host three-day ‘HackToFuture 2.0’ from Feb 19

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Mangaluru, Feb 19: St Joseph Engineering College (SJEC) in partnership with EGDK India Private Limited is hosting ‘HackToFuture 2.0’, a 36-hour long Hackathon in Mangaluru.

Aspiring young students in the STEM field collaborate to develop innovative solutions in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain Technology, and Cyber Security. HackToFuture 2.0 provides a platform for development as well as competition. The three-day event runs from the night of February 19 to the afternoon of February 21, within the SJEC campus. The hackathon is supported by SJEC-AICTE IDEA Lab, IUCEE, and SJEC IEEE student chapter and is led by the Sceptix Club of SJEC.

In its second edition, HackToFuture drew in more than 1600 registrations spanning 13 states across India. Participants were tasked with submitting solution abstracts addressing their selected problem statements. Following rigorous evaluation, the top 30 teams emerged based on the excellence of their submissions. Distinguished higher education institutions such as NITK - Surathkal, NMAMIT - Nitte, MIT - Manipal, Christ University Bangalore, CMRCET Hyderabad, SKCET Coimbatore, and others are among the participants.

The final round of the Hackathon on February 19, 20, and 21 will feature over 150 students working on realising their ideas in the spur of enthusiasm and innovation. The teams have an opportunity to interact with Allan Bech, CTO - EGDK, Frederik Braun senior vice president - EGDK, along with Michal Glowinski, CIO - EGDK. The hackathon would conclude with a valedictory programme scheduled for 11:30 AM on the third day featuring the leadership team from EG, along with delegates from SJEC, Mangaluru.

HackToFuture 1.0

The first edition of HackToFuture, a 24 hour hackathon, conducted on the April 25-26, 2023 aimed to realise solutions under the categories of energy & sustainability, social innovation, finance, and healthcare. Industry leaders including Mikkel Bardram, CEO - EDGK, Allan Bech, CTO - EGDK, and Tina Bodin - head of HR- EGDK had interacted with the teams and identified the winners while emphasising the importance of vertical software development. Winners were awarded with prizes worth Rs 1,50,000.

EG: A market leading vendor of Nordic Vertical Software

EG is a software product development company headquartered in Denmark, with additional offices in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Poland, Spain and India. The company is a market leading vendor of Nordic vertical software for private and public customers. EG focuses on developing and delivering innovative software solutions and services that help businesses optimize their operations and achieve their goals. EG opened their first Indian office in Kapikad - Mangalore in late 2022.

SJEC: Leading Innovation, shaping Leaders

SJEC, established in 2002, is a premier educational institution and a hub for Creativity and Innovations in Engineering. It is an autonomous institution accredited by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, and affiliated with Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka. The institution recently received an A+ grade from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. The National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi, has also granted accreditation to the institution’s programmes in CSE, ME, ECE, EEE, civil engineering, and MBA.

HackToFuture, propelled by industry and guided by academia, endeavours to bring together young innovators and industry experts on a unified platform to complement, collaborate, and empower the future.





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