Qlik and C40 Cities have launched a Datathon, a series of challenges to help solve some of the issues at the heart of our current climate crisis. We are inviting our Qlik Academic Program students across the globe to develop data and analytic solutions for a climate resilient earth to support healthy ecosystems in multiple geographies.
Who: Qlik Academic Program students – individuals or teams of no more than two students. If you are not a current member of the Qlik Academic program, please register here (please note to enjoy the full Datathon experience all participants must be part of the Qlik Academic Program). Professors are welcome to mentor or champion a team but are not eligible to participate.
What: There are four challenges, all related to a global set of cities, plus an additional “choose your own challenge” option. All entries will be reviewed and judged by Qlik, C40 Cities and other experts from climate organizations. A winner will be selected for each challenge. Challenge winners will be announced in April and presented at QlikWorld in Phoenix, AZ, in May with an overall winner announced at QlikWorld! Important links:
Where: Individuals or teams of no more than two students can participate anywhere from around the world!
How: Start by filling out the registration form on this page and accepting the Datathon terms and conditions (please note: if you have a team of two, BOTH team members must register separately – be sure and use the same “Team Name” on both registration forms).
The Qlik Academic Program meets personal and professional needs, giving students and professors must-have resources to succeed. Both take advantage of the most up-to-date data analytics curriculum, education, training, and platform. The program extends to qualified university professors, students, and researchers interested in discovery and generating insights using free Qlik software and resources to become the next generation of experts leading with data.