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.
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BRAINHACK 2023 ACTIVITIES
*Please note that attendance for all workshops are mandatory unless otherwise stated.
Self-Paced Training (Virtual): 15 May 2023 – 11 Jun 2023
36 hours CTF Qualifiers (Virtual): 13 - 14 Jun 2023
Finals (Physical): 22 Jun 2023
*Please note that the training will be a series of pre-recorded videos for participants to watch and learn at their own pace.
Delve into the exciting field of cybersecurity. Challenge yourselves and be equipped with the latest techniques!
Grab your team and participate in a Jeopardy-style Capture the Flag (CTF) competition!
Training (Virtual): 5 – 7 Jun 2023
Qualifiers (Virtual): 9 – 14 Jun 2023
Finals (Physical): 21 – 22 Jun 2023
Leverage cloud technologies to code and develop mobile applications.
Get innovating and develop an app to solve real-world problems!
Workshop (Physical): 12 – 14 Jun 2023
Hackathon (Physical): 21 – 22 Jun 2023
Learn about the technologies behind different types of fake news. Put your skills to the test!
Work with your team to develop prototypes to leverage tech for public good!
Self-Paced Training (Virtual): 11 May 2023 onwards
Qualifiers (Virtual): 19 May – 31 May 2023
Finalist Robotics Familiarisation (Physical): 7 – 16 Jun 2023
Finals (Physical): 21 – 22 Jun 2023
1.Training will be a series of pre-recorded videos for participants to watch and learn at their own pace.
2. The indicated dates for the physical robotics familiarisation is the duration that a physical venue is open for participants to come and familiarise themselves with the equipment. Participants will only be required to attend a maximum of 3 days of their choosing.
Solve AI challenges and tap the power of AI and robotics to enable robots to perform tasks autonomously.
Participants can compete in one of two tiers:
This tier is meant for students who are completely new to AI and robotics development. Join us to kick start your journey into the world of AI!
This tier is meant for students with significant experience in AI and robotics development. Compete in a knock-out competition and get to the top of the ranks!
Workshop (Physical): 21 Jun 2023
Hackathon (Hybrid): 19 – 22 Jun 2023
Join us on a journey to build virtual and augmented reality applications. Experience the possibilities of eXtended Reality (XR).
For the first time at BrainHack, journey into the world of XR in-person with XRperience!
Workshop (Physical): 12 – 16 Jun 2023
Space-Related Activities (Physical): 21 Jun 2023
Workshop Finals (Physical): 22 Jun 2023
*Please note that participants will only need to attend 1 day out of the indicated dates for the workshop.
Embark on a mission to explore space technologies and their applications!
Participants can take part in one or both segments:
Participants will have the opportunity to work together as a team to assemble, program and test a CubeSat.
Space-Related Activities (Individual)
Participants will get to hear from a former astronaut, explore space with a virtual reality spacewalk, navigate a space rover mission and be involved in other exciting space activities.
21 – 22 Jun 2023
Get up close and personal with a diverse range of technologies.
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Which activities are being held virtually/physically?
There will be a mix of both physical and virtual activities.
Space-Related Activities: Physical
Workshop Finals: Physical
Do I have to bring my own devices for the physical activities of BrainHack 2023?
Participants who make it to the physical finals are required to bring their own laptops and accessories (monitors etc.) to compete. Wired LAN and WiFi will be provided for internet access.
Participants who make it to the physical finals are required to bring their own laptops and charging devices for the hackathon.
Participants are required to bring their own laptops and accessories to the workshop and hackathon.
Participants are required to bring their own laptops and accessories, including charging devices for the workshop and hackathon. A limited number of XR headset devices will be provided for participants to test and develop their XR applications for the hackathon. Participants may bring their personal headset devices.
For the workshop, participants are required to bring their own laptops and charging devices. Further instructions will be provided to participants at a later date.
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. All information with regard to the activity you registered for will be included in the email if you have been selected.