For Literally Everyone
We want to motivate as many people as possible to join the hacking community. We want to organize an event where young hackers can work on their own pet projects, while experienced hackers can compete for prizes in ambitious categories.
We want to unite participants from all kinds of backgrounds. We want designers, organizers and artists to join the community of hackers and makers. We want people to pour all their creativity into their project in an inspiring environment.
What can you expect?
Work with motivated people from all over the world and bring your ideas to life. You will join a team of up to 4 people to work on a hardware or software project. Our experienced mentors will support you.
After hacking for 28 hours, you will present your prototype in front of our jury on the hacktival main stage. Each juror judges the submitted ideas according to their field of expertise. We have artists, developers, entrepreneurs and investors. If your idea can convince the majority of them, you just might win.
About the ZKM
The hackathon is hosted at the ZKM. The ZKM is a small media museum that bridges the gap between art, technology and design with its regularly changing, one-of-a-kind exhibits. In its small niche, it has gained global attention. In fact the New York Times dubbed it as “an institution that has no exact parallel in the world and not even a recognizable echo in America.”
It provides a unique atmosphere for working and getting inspired. A perfect place for a hackathon.
Who are we?
We are Hack & Söhne, a German student-run nonprofit organization focused on coding and hacking. We try to bring a bit of Silicon Valley to the German computer-science and start-up community by disrupting the status quo. We do this by organizing hackathons, coding boot camps and other similar events.
Our team consists of students from a variety of backgrounds: computer science and electrical engineering, economics, business, and more.
And now a bit about talKIT
We do the doing, talKIT does the talking. talKIT is an amazing tech conference where people from all kinds of backgrounds come together to discuss one big topic. This year it’s the future of transportation, so get pumped!
TalKIT takes a look at this topic from many different angles, not just tech. It’s a great experience and tons of fun. However, be aware that the entire talKIT conference is in German, while the hackathon is in English.
Who made the Design?
Have you wondered who is responsible for the awesome design concept for our website, posters and flyers?
The comprehensive design concept around it was crafted by Leonie Lude, Karla Kniep and Sven Krahl. Want to know more about the design and the team behind it?
Contact them at: email@example.com.