ASEAN-India Hackathon 2021 - Announcement of Results!
The ASEAN-India Hackathon 2021 - an intensive 36-hour virtual event - has come to an end. Here's wishing a big thank you to the organising committee from India (MHRD's Innovation Cell) and the participating ASEAN countries. #NTUitive is proud to be the nodal agency representing Singapore!
This year, instead of having team members from the same country, teams are formed with participants from different countries to develop inter-country teamwork and collaboration. The problem statements were under two broad themes of ‘Blue Economy’ and ‘Education’.
In the wake of uncertainties and travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we applaud all participants and their mentors who adapted well to collaborate, develop exciting proposals, and pitch through the use of virtual tools.
Congratulations to our Singapore students and mentors!
- Problem Statement 1 - Team 23, Lim Yun Jie – NTU (Computer Science)
- Problem Statement 3 - Team 14, Liew You Sheng - NTU (Computer Science and Business)
- Problem Statement 6 - Team 28, Wang Ying Feng - NTU (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
- Problem Statement 3 - Team 14, Titan Lee
- Problem Statement 8 - Team 8, Raymond Choong
- Problem Statement 10 - Team 10, Randall Sie
- Problem Statement 2 - Team 24, Yieh Yuheng - SMU (Information Systems)
- Problem Statement 3 - Team 25, Jeffery Cao Siming - NTU (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
- Problem Statement 4 - Team 26, Tan Ming Zhu, Michelle - NTU (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
- Problem Statement 8 - Team 19, Ong Wei Ching - SMU (Politics, Law and Economics) and Rendy Poy Yee Teng - SUSS (Accountancy)
- Problem Statement 10 - Team 21, Verlyn Ku - NUS (Biomedical Engineering)
- Problem Statement 11 - Team 22, Shaun Phua Jia Hao - SMU (Information Systems)
- Problem Statement 4 - Team 26, Kok Pooi San
The full results are at : Link