The WSIS Forum 2017 Hack for Health Registration through 15 May
The WSIS Forum Hack for Health will convene technologists at the WSIS Forum 2017 in Geneva 11-12 June to develop innovative technology solutions to reduce exposure to common risk factors for non-communicable diseases in middle- and lower-income countries to promote smart, healthy cities.
The Hack for Health is not limited by programming language and/or operating system. Developed solutions may be mobile applications, web applications, computer or mobile games, websites, databases, or visualization tools and/or technology that address the hackathon challenges. See more details at: http://bit.ly/WSISHack.
- The WSIS Hack for Health is open to individuals pursuing an undergraduate or a post-graduate degree with specific emphasis on health, science, computer science, design, engineering, ICT and other related fields.
- Teams should consist of a minimum of four people and maximum of seven people.
- Teams should promote gender equality.
- As possible, the teams should encompass both technical and functional competencies.
- Age 18–35
Please note participants will cover their own expenses for travel, accommodations and insurance unless the costs are sponsored by a government or other organization. If a participant is sponsored, please include that information in the appropriate fields. In addition, all participants are required to bring their own laptops as they will not be provided.
WSIS Forum, organized in association with ITU and IEEE in collaboration with Be He@lthy, Be Mobile (ITU-WHO).