This year’s theme was “Space and Earth.” At the close of the 48-hour event, Team Light Wonder won the first place cash award of NT$80,000. | PR-1837E | October 23, 2018
The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) is partnering with the National Space Organization, Chunghwa Telecom, Taipei City Government, the National Taiwan Normal University, and American Innovation Center to host the 2018 NASA Space Apps Challenge Hackathon in Taiwan. The hackathon will be held from October 19-21 and registration is now open. | PR-1832E | September ...
AIT is proud to announce that the Taiwan team, Space Bar, won first place in the global competition for "Best Mission Concept" in the 2017 NASA International Space Apps Challenge Hackathon. | PR-1718E | Date: 06/16/2017
PR-1709E | Date: 04/06/2017 The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) along with the Ministry of Science and Technology, National Taiwan University, and the Department of Information Technology of Taipei City Government will host the NASA Space Apps Challenge Hackathon in Taiwan for the first time.
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