The largest hackathon NASA Space Apps Challenge returns on October 1-2! NASA Space Apps Challenge 2022 is organized by Ilia State University and Georgia's Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA • Tech Park). The event co-organizer is the "Youth Tech Clubs Network" project funded by the European Union.

This year will be one of the most outstanding and large-scale since Space Apps is simultaneously implemented in different regions at the bases of 8 regional centers of Georgia's Innovation and Technology Agency.

NASA Space Apps Challenge 2022 is implemented in partnership with Tech Park Kaspi, Tech Park Zugdidi, Tech Park Batumi, Tech Park Ozurgeti, Akhmeta Innovation Center, Tech Park Telavi, Tech Park Gurjaani, FabLab ATSU.

Detailed events can be found here:

Hackathon partners are Smart Digital and Edison Store electronic components. The company Edison Store will give a complete set of Arduino as a present to the winning team of the hackathon at each location.

The NASA Space Apps Challenge 2022 will be held online; participants will be able to listen to preferred sessions and trainings.

What is Space Apps?

NASA Space Apps is the world's largest hackathon, taking place in 225 locations for over 48 hours and bringing together coders, researchers, designers, builders, technologists and creative people to tackle different challenges.

Each year, the NASA Hackathon offers a different challenge, which the participants must work on.

The theme of the 2022 hackathon is “Make Space”, which means that Space Apps is for everyone!

Who can participate?

Representatives of various fields over 14 years can participate as students, teachers, pupils, entrepreneurs, innovators and anyone with the desire and aspiration to find innovative solutions to the biggest challenges of Earth and space.

What are this year's challenges?

This year we have 23 challenges in 14 categories:

  • Advanced
  • Arts
  • Astrophysics
  • Beginner/Youth
  • Climate
  • Diversity and Equity
  • Earth
  • Games
  • Hardware
  • Intermediate
  • Planets and Moons
  • Software
  • Space Exploration
  • Sun

Detailed information about the challenges:

Is the registration individual or in groups?

Participants can register as a group. Regardless of when a group is created, participants are not allowed to start working on projects until Space Apps starts.

The minimum number of group members is 2 and the maximum is 6 people.

Is knowledge of English necessary?

It is necessary that at least one member of the team knows the English language because if your project wins, it will be presented at the Global Awards.

To register, visit the link:

Please indicate the location where you are participating during registration.

Registration ends on September 28 at 23:59


Good luck!

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