Create solutions to address COVID-19 challenges!

Denmark is one of the world’s most digitized countries, acknowledged for its cooperation between academia, NGOs and the public and private sectors. We are inviting tech entrepreneurs, social workers, teachers, NGOs, public sector employees, companies, students, retirees – basically everyone in Denmark and abroad who want to help us identify and solve challenges that are appearing during the COVID-19 crisis.​

We are searching for ideas with special focus on containment of Coronavirus with intent to develop (non-medical) solutions to deal with its aftermath.

COVID-19 has developed into a global crisis in recent weeks. We are inviting you to join us in this online hackathon to help Denmark and the world emerge stronger than ever.

Now is the time to design, test, and launch moonshot ideas to help tackle the crisis. 

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Prizes

Saving lives - best solution

Helping communities - best solution

Helping businesses - best solution

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

No matter your profession, we invite you to join us! We need help from experts in all fields and anyone who wants to help from Denmark and around the world to join us in solving challenges regarding COVID-19.  

A global challenge requires global solutions and therefore needs collaboration between a wide range of different actors. We will unite participants with mentors, subject matter experts, and data sources to help ideas get off the ground.

Please contribute your time and skills and let’s solve the crisis all together!

Participants: Individuals (over 18 years in age)

Judges

NATASHA FRIIS SAXBERG

NATASHA FRIIS SAXBERG
CEO, The Danish ICT Industry Association

NANA BULE

NANA BULE
CEO, Microsoft Denmark

JØRGEN BARDENFLETH

JØRGEN BARDENFLETH
CEO, Symbion

MORTEN BENTZEN

MORTEN BENTZEN
C-level executive, Former CEO of Telia Denmark

CRISTOBAL ALONSO

CRISTOBAL ALONSO
Global CEO, Startup Wise Guys

HENNING LANGBERG

HENNING LANGBERG
Head of Innovation, Rigshospitalet

Judging Criteria

  • Originality
    The project needs to create new solutions or apply existing solutions in a new, innovative way.
  • Feasibility
    The project must be realistic in terms of the legal, technological and scientific aspects of the solution.
  • Impact
    The project should make a real difference in the struggle to save lives, communities and/or businesses.