Sept 30th 9:00am
Opening Ceremony in this session, keynote speakers will share with participants information about the hackathon and judging process
Sept 30th 9:30am
Data Bootcamp participants will benefit from workshops provided by our experts about subjects they might need during the hackathon.
Sept 30th 1:00pm - Oct 2nd 1:00pm
Hackathon teams will have 48 hours to identify a problem related to one of the global challenges of this year, develop a solution and prepare for their pitch. During the hackathon participants will have the opportunity to share their ideas with our mentors and ask for their feedback to improve their solutions.
Oct 2nd 2:00pm
Pitching session our participants will have 4 minutes to pitch their projects in front of a panel of Jury.
Oct 2nd 5:00pm
Closing Ceremony Based on judging feedback, three teams will receive trophies as champions of Casa Location. The best team will be nominated for global awards.
October 2021 - Global Winners
* This Moroccan team participated in the Universal event
October 2021 - Global Finalists
October 2020 - Global Nominees
Covid-19 Challenge - Local Winners
October 2019 - Global Nominees
1- You can register as an individual and we will assign you to a team or you can register with your friends as a team
2- You are 18 years old +
3- You are a coder, a scientist, a designer, a storyteller, a maker, a builder, a technologist,...
4- You are available to join the hackathon and data bootcamps
5- You speak English
About Nasa Space Apps Challenge
What is Nasa Space Apps Challenge?
The NASA International Space Apps Challenge (Space Apps) is an international hackathon for coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, technologists, and others in cities around the world, where teams engage the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA’s) free and open data to address real-world problems on Earth and in space.
Each October, over the course of two days, Space Apps brings participants from around the world together at hundreds of in-person and virtual local events to solve challenges submitted by NASA experts. After the hackathon, project submissions are judged by space agency experts and winners are selected for one of 10 Global Awards.
Space Apps provides problem-solvers worldwide with NASA’s free and open data, giving teams the opportunity to learn how to use these resources to solve each year’s challenges.
Space Apps also inspire collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking. Our mission is to leverage this interest to encourage the growth and diversity of the next generation of scientists, technologists, designers, storytellers, and engineers.
Since its inception in 2012, NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge has engaged 180,000+ registrants from 150+ countries/territories in using NASA’s open data to build innovative solutions to challenges we face on Earth and in space.
To learn more about the history of Space Apps and its impact over time, visit our history page