Hackathons and Competitions

Going Hands-On

In addition to gaining knowledge through the regular curriculum, students can test and apply what they have learnt in class through hackathons. The idea behind a hackathon is closely aligned to NUS' practice-based approach to learning. We work closely with industry players to offer students the opportunity to work with real business data and solve real business challenges for organisations. Through these industry collaborations, students can gain valuable insights by interacting with industry experts. They can also take part in hackathons or competitions organised by NUS or external organisations.


NUS EdTech

NUS EdTech Challenge

4-5 February 2017

1st Prize Winners: Team EdZone - A.M. Aditya, Pranjal Dubey and Vijay Penumarti, students from the Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering programme

Hackathons

NUS Data Science Student Challenge

26-27 March 2016

3rd Prize Winners: Prabhu Ramamurthy, Preeth Kumar and Sethu Sabarish, students from the Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering programme

SIA App Challenge

Singapore Airlines App Challenge

10 October 2015

Winner of the IBM Bluemix Award: Team Proz - Ankesh Khandelwal, Pragyan and Rohan Shinde, students from the Master of Technology in Software Engineering and Master of Technology in Enterprise Business Analytics programmes

Smart Port

Smart Port Hackathon

14-16 August 2015

Honourable Mention Prize Winners: Bala Manikandan Sivagnanam, Jeyabalaji Thuda Madhavan, Sathish Kumar and Arun Raja, students from the Master of Technology in Software Engineering and Master of Technology in Enterprise Business Analytics programmes

MIT Hack Med

MIT Hacking Medicine@SG 2015

25-26 July 2015

3rd Prize Winners: Jaga.Me: The Uber of Homecare - Francisco Liwa, student from the Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering programme

LTA

LTA Transport & You(th) Hackathon

16-19 April 2015

Best App for Active Mobility Winner: Team DND - Nicholas Lim, Cai Bowen, Tran Duy Canh, Desale Devendra Ramchandra, XiangTao Wang and Jasmine Ng, students from the Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering programme

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MAS

ISS-MAS Data Visualisation Hackathon

30 March 2015

Winning Team: Team Lannisters - Jasmine Ng, Tran Duy Canh and Desale Devendra Ramchandra, students from the Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering programme

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