BrainHack is a unique, hands-on experience into the swiftly evolving world of digital tech. Dive deep into the exciting realms of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI), space technologies, app development, fake news detection, extended reality and more.
Close to 4,000 students from 75 schools joined us at BrainHack 2021. Watch last year’s highlights!
Ready for a fun and immersive experience in this latest edition?
20 May 2022
Today I Learned – AI Camp (Tertiary)
22 May 2022
XRperience Workshop and Hackathon
29 May 2022
Cyber Defenders Discovery Camp
CODE_EXP Workshop and Hackathon
SeeTrue Workshop and Competition
BRAINHACK 2022 ACTIVITIES
The following activities are open to students from junior colleges, Integrated Programme Years 5-6, institutes of technical education, polytechnics and universities.
24 May – 23 June 2022
New to cybersecurity? Fret not – learn at your own pace through a four-week online programme from 24 May to 20 June, and be equipped with the latest techniques!
Form teams to put your cyber skills to the test in an exhilarating 48-hour Jeopardy-style Capture-The-Flag competition from 21 to 23 June.
6 – 17 June 2022
Leverage cloud technologies to code and develop mobile applications. Learn the basics of mobile app development through a three-day guided workshop.
Compete in an exciting hackathon and pitch your product with your teammates!
21 – 24 June 2022
Learn about the technologies behind different types of fake news, such as deep fake videos, in a series of hands-on online workshops from 21 to 23 June.
Pit your skills in a competition on 24 June by applying your newly gained techniques and animating your very own AI-generated character!
The following activities are open to students from secondary schools, junior colleges, Integrated Programme Years 1-6, institutes of technical education, polytechnics and universities.
Harness the power of AI and robotics to develop a software to make robots perform tasks autonomously. We welcome both beginners and seasoned coders!
Secondary: 23 May – 3 June 2022
For secondary schools, register your students for a one-day online educational workshop conducted from 23 May to 3 June.
Tertiary: 23 May – 22 June 2022
For tertiary participants, pace your own learning online with the support of mentors from 23 to 27 May. From 30 May to 17 June, build your best AI models, before incorporating them into actual robots to compete in a mission from 21 to 22 June.
15 – 23 June 2022
Journey into the metaverse by building virtual and augmented reality applications! Experience the possibilities enabled by eXtended Reality (XR) in a hands-on workshop from 15 to 17 June.
Develop a working application and put it to the test through a team-based hackathon from 20 to 23 June.
All participants will receive a free kit to kickstart your journey!
6 – 17 June 2022
Embark on a mission to explore space technologies and their applications! Form teams to assemble, program and test your very own CubeSat.
23 May – 24 June 2022
Get up close and personal with a diverse range of technologies at the Tech Showcase!
The virtual Tech Showcase is open to all BrainHack participants.
For registrants 18 years and younger, parental consent will be required on a digital form.
Have more questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
Cyber Defenders Discovery Camp:
Each team should consist of up to four members, of whom at least two must be Singapore citizens.
Each team should consist of up to five members, of whom at least two must be Singapore citizens.
Today I Learned – AI Camp:
Each team under the tertiary category should consist of up to five members (min. four members), of whom at least two must be Singapore citizens.
Each team should consist of up to five members (min. three members), of whom at least two must be Singapore citizens.
SpaceCube CubeSat Workshop:
Each team should consist of three to five members, of whom at least two must be Singapore citizens.
Are there any prerequisites to take part in any of the activities?
There are no prerequisites as training will be provided.
I've taken part in a previous edition of BrainHack. Can I still participate this year?
Of course! You are more than welcome to sign up again, as the challenges will be different from past editions.
Can students from different schools form a team?
Yes, as long as the participants are registering for the same category. Participants from different education levels can still form a team but the team category will be based on the highest education level attained within the team.
I am interested to register but am unable to form a team. What should I do?
You can register as an individual or a small group, and the organisers will help to form a team with other registrants where possible. The only exceptions are SpaceCube and XRperience, where participants are required to form their own teams.
I have submitted the application form. Is my participation confirmed?
As there are limited slots for each activity, there may be a selection process after registration closes. Confirmed participants will be notified via email.
Will I be able to take part in more than one activity?
As some of the activities are held concurrently, please refer to the activity dates to plan your BrainHack experience according to your interest and availability (e.g. school commitments).
Can I participate if I am a pre-enlistee or NSF?
Yes, you can! You may participate based on your highest attained qualification.