Open Source Software ENSI Club has the honor to announce the fifth edition of its annual event. TUNIHACK is back with a new topic: « Trust and social media » .
Held at ENSI on 23,24 november, Tunihack is a great opportunity for all attendants to dig into the details of this enigmous subject and answer some mysterious questions such as : can we really trust social media ? and how can we secure our data and personal informations ?
Matter of fact, it is a place where hundreds of hackers meet and work together to come up with solutions for real engineering problems related to the subject. That’s why it is considered to be somewhere where everybody can change the world for the better and build up their social connections.
Like every year, this event is for free, presenting a rich program and containing various conferences and workshops held by numerous experts in different fields.
This hackathon will last 24 hours in which teams will do their best to satisfy the committee of judges in an ambient atmosphere before reaching the point where the solutions will be judged by a group of experts .
The winning team will have the honnor to win 2000 DT .
You feel that you got it in you to change things? You want to invest your skills to develop that idea? Then join us in this amazing experience.
More information will be communicated to you as the event approaches. Stay tuned for extra details.
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Hult Prize at Faculty Of Science Of Sfax
« Leading a generation to change the world »
That is what you will first read when opening the about section of the Hult Prize website. To that extent Hult Prize at Faculty Of Science Of Sfax is a leading exemple. In fact the student organization is hosting an on campus program that spans from the21 of september to the 17 of december, consisting of training sessions and mini-hackathons, all in order to educate the participants in the ethics of Hult Prize.
Hult Prize is the most prestegious international competition that prompts students to solve the world’s most critical issues through social entrepreneurship. Established in 2009 by Ahmad Ashkar, a then student at Hult International Business School, Hult Prize has since been a leading exemple of a start-up accelerator for social good, being recognized in 2012 by President Bill Clinton and Time Magazine as one of the top five ideas changing the world. Many leading organizations have been partnering and sponsoring the famed competion namely UN Office for Partnership and Earth Day Network.
2020 is not a regular year, at least for the activists out there who seek to change the world. 2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of earth day as well as the 75th of the United Nations. Given the urgency of the situation the environment is facing, this year’s challenge theme will therefore be « A Positive Impact On Our PlanetWith Every Dollar Earned ». Hult Prize at Faculty Of Science Of Sfax seems to be a stronghold of the kind of activists aforementioned. By organizing the training sessions and registered a huge number of teams (50+) consisting of 3 to 4 stundents, they hope to find the changemakers of tomorrow. It is good to note here that the Faculty Of Science Of Sfax is provides the perfects environment for such an event. In fact, through its different departments, it academically focuses on issues present in the theme, i.e evironment, as well as huge number of experts, teachers and students all willing to take their knowledge to the next step.
The Hult Prize at Faculty Of Science Of Sfax team consists of 8 members as well as a Campus Director, each devoting their time and skill to the noble cause they chose, thus ensuring a smooth and consisting curriculum for the competitors.
The application consists of mulptiple phases: General Application, Regional Summits and finally Hult Prize Accelerator. Through Hult Prize On Campus, as is organizing Hult Prize at Faculty Of Science Of Sfax this year, gives the opportunity to bypass the General Application to compete in one of the Regional Summits.
“The Hult Prize is how the world has to work in the 21st century.” – President Bill Clinton
Hult Prize at Faculty Of Science Of Sfax found wisdom in the word of Bill Clinton. Through this iniative, their ingenuity, innovation and good spirit, they provide a perfect environment for young entrepreneurs, making see their ideas materialize.
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