AquaHacking Challenge 2019

For its 5th edition, the AquaHacking Challenge will focus on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence basin and address 3 main themes:


Starting now, we are looking for skilled, passionate, creative, and talented students and young professionals, to create multi-disciplinary teams and develop clean-tech engineering, web and mobile solutions for water issues affecting our freshwater. 



What's up for grabs?

Mentorship & skills building workshops
$50,000 to propel the TOP 5 solutions
A secured spot in a startup incubator

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The Challenge Kicks off March 21, when the 5 water issues will be officially announced. Nevertheless, you can start registering and preparing for the kick-off. If you want to know more, meet the AquaHacking team and alumni, at the Queen's University Info-session:

When: February 26th, 5:00-7:00pm 

Where: The Beaty Water Research Centre (Rm. 351), 3rd Floor Mitchell Hall

Refreshments will be provided!