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TASKS

When joining HackYeah you can deal with any task you want. This might seem a little hard, but it gives you the opportunity to work on the idea in your area of expertise. You can work on one or multiple tasks and you can be a member of one or several teams at once!

What’s more, you do not need to decide what task you’re working on before the hackathon.

MAIN PARTNER'S TASK

[Supporting business]

The business is changing. Nowadays, many companies wake up after coronavirus lockdown, but there are also true gems that survived this difficult episode without any problems. At both situations, the corporations need now interesting and innovative ideas to gain a huge dose of new energy.

We’re looking for solutions, projects, tools and ideas that will support the widely understood business.

When we think about the future of the entire business industry, we notice the urge of innovative and creative ways to improve it. Technology, creativity and your skills can create new tools and truly better solutions.

Do you have some ideas?

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

50 000 PLN

 

25 000 PLN for 1st place,  15 000 PLN for 2nd place,  10 000 PLN for 3rd place

OPEN TASKS

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[Engagement during online meetings]

In the times of home office, keeping the attention of your interlocutor at e-meetings is crucial.

In this task, we would like to find low-cost solutions that will boost the user’s engagement at online events and meetings.

We are looking for:

  • Solutions, that will ease the transfer of event industry into the online world. This is especially important for these events, which haven’t been connected to the online formula never before.
  • Ideas for all: cultural/entertainment business, formal meetings and conferences with the big number of attendees
  • Ways to facilitate the online environment to the new attendee, which has technical difficulties and doesn’t perceive himself as s part of the event’s community 
  • Interesting concepts, that will support and extend the engagement of online attendees, while the part of the event takes place offline

Example areas:

  o   Ease the audio attendance in discussion panels

  o   Ease the attendance in the online event, which takes place on many platforms at the same time

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

20 000 PLN

 

10 000 PLN for the 1st Place and 2 Special Awards, 5 000 PLN each one

[Gaming]

We live in the times when we have to fight for the engagement.

catches the viewer’s attention, helps him to understand the content and keeps his absorption. In this task, we are looking for ideas to use online games in education, sharing knowledge and organizing meetings.

We are looking for:

  • Interesting possibilities of use of gaming in education and training
  • Solutions, that will help to keep the viewer’s attention by using games and contests
  • Ideas to both: creating and taking part in brainstorms and conceptional meetings – by the use of gaming
  • Support the effectiveness of home office with gaming

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

20 000 PLN

 

10 000 PLN for the 1st Place and 2 Special Awards, 5 000 PLN each one

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

20 000 PLN

 

10 000 PLN for the 1st Place and 2 Special Awards, 5 000 PLN each one

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

20 000 PLN

 

10 000 PLN for the 1st Place and 2 Special Awards, 5 000 PLN each one

Task powered by Wroclaw Comprehensive Cancer Center in Wrocław

[Oncological Patient’s Track]

The process of oncological diagnostics and treatment is very complex — many various specialists are involved on different levels. It is possible to present it with the so-called “patient’s track” that — with a high probability — describes the process of diagnostics and treatment of different types of cancer. These tracks have already been prepared within the pilot project of Domestic Oncological Network that was started in February 2019.

From the quality of the oncological diagnostics and treatment point of view, it is crucial that the patient’s track designed by experts is not simplified nor modified unreasonably. This modification has many reasons — one of them is an attempt to change the more expensive medical examination to cheaper one (for example exchanging hip’s NMR spectroscopy to the CAT scan in case of prostate cancer). It lowers the costs of diagnostics, but the income from the National Health Fund (which is realized with oncological funds) is the same — the only one who suffers from the change, is the patient.

The question is: How to prevent the spread of this occurrence? 

The optimal solution is…

Create the module to monitor the regularity of oncological patient’s track.

The optimal solution is the module that will detect irregularities and fraud cases in the area of oncological benefits realized from the public funds.

Crucial functions of the system:

  • Possibility to create models of oncological patient’s track
  • Possibility to compare the realization of process at different levels of patient’s track
  • Possibility to compare the realization of particular tracks at different medical points
  • Indication of the character and size of potential fraud case
  • Possibility to export files to Excel or create a dedicated report
  • Possibility to allow the patient to observe the realization of his oncological care track by granting access to the system
  • Possibility to create communication between the patient and his doctor within the app
  • Possibility to generate an individual report about the realization of diagnostics and oncological treatment track in the format that allows saving the information in the patient’s electronic history

The measures of success:

  • Assessment of the compatibility between the real oncological care track and the model one — checking the quality of oncological care
  • Increase the level of detecting irregularities in realization and billing oncological benefits that are funded by public funds
  • Possibility to control the data from the system with data reported by beneficiaries to the National Health Fund regarding the incorrect settlement of a given group of benefits.
  • Increase in the number of detected fraud cases.
  • Indication JGP (diagnosis-related group), where the fraud cases are born
  • Increase in the migration of benefits to cheaper JGP (diagnosis-related group).
  • Raising the effectiveness of communication with the patient.
  • Enhance the patient’s awareness about the urge of realization diagnostics and oncological treatment

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

20 000 PLN

 

10 000 PLN for the 1st Place and 2 Special Awards, 5 000 PLN each one

PARTNER'S TASKS

[SupervisionHack: #ScamTrapper]

Description of The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (PL: Urząd Komisji Nadzoru Finansowego – UKNF) task

Good against evil is not only what we see in the cinemas, but also on the financial market. However in the time of digitization and data dispersion, fight of KNF office with scams, become more and more unequal. Fraudsters and scamers reach for more tricky methods of phishing.

UKNF seeks to fight effectively with fraudsters and scamers. Take the challenge and design solution, which will allow for more effective identifying scam on the financial market.

Have you heard this:

#guaranteed fast and secure profit (#gwarantowany bezpieczny szybki zysk)

#no risk (#bez ryzyka) #best investment (#świetna inwestycja)

#high return (#wysoki zwrot)

#quick profit (#szybki hajs)

# quick increase of savings (#szybkie pomnożenie oszczędności)

#safe money (#pewna kasa)

If you want to join UKNF in the battle for financial security of citizens, say it firmly:
STOP that unfair practices !

What do we expect

We need unconventional detection methods to quickly and effectively identify financial market’s scammers. Your goal is to build a solution called #ScamTrapper that will search for potential scams. The analysis should be made on key words and certain phrases that are used by scamers and fraudsters and occur on suspicious websites. Designed solution, should work on any chosen and effective technology.

Don’t worry if you don’t know what fraudsters and scamers do, to attract their victims ! We have compilied more popular keywords and phrases. This will be the starting point to become #ScamTrapper. After deciding to participate in our task you will receive a list of keywords and phrases.

UKNF expect that #ScamTrapper will:

  • Search the internet for key words and phrases;
  • Create, update and archive a database with websites containing searched key words and phrases;
  • Allow any modification of the key words set and phrases (adding, removing or modifying);
  • Generate e-mail alerts;
  • Allow creating statements according to defined criteria (e.g. according to phrases or dates of searching websites);
  • Download copies of websites to pdf files;
  • Generate information about: the server, subscription, website registrant and provide information on its security systems (e.g. malware);

File is protected - contact with us on discord channel #UKNF to get password

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

30 000 PLN

 

15 000 PLN for 1st place, 10 000 PLN for 2nd place, 5 000 PLN for 3rd place

Our Judges will evaluate each OPEN TASKS (Govtech Polska and Wroclaw Comprehensive Cancer Centersubmission) and PARTNER’S TASK (UKNF) in five categories:

  • idea – how creative has the group been? Did the team come up with a new approach, or followed existing patterns? Does it do something new and unique? 30%
  • technical aspects – How technically impressive was the solution? Is it demo-ready? 30%
  • design – How well is it designed? Is the design different from what has been done many times? 20%
  • relation to task category – Does it contribute to the chosen category? Does it have social or business potential? 10%
  • wow! factor – surprise the judges with the way you work, your work ethic, something unique about the project 10%

[Covid 19 - Safety During Travelling]

In this task we would like you to create the application, that will inform people who travel between Poland and Slovakia about the current provisions at the particular area. The app will notify travellers about the restrictions connected to the epidemiological situation and – for sure! – facilitate the regulations to ordinary people.

In that way, travellers could avoid unfounded fines and feel safe during travel.

The application can also provide information about the new concentrations of coronavirus cases. All the new ideas and additional aspects are welcome – it depends only on your creativity! Think about the future and comfort of travelling between Poland and Slovakia, what can we improve?

Do your best using your both: skills and IT knowledge!

Requirements

  • Mobile app should provide online information about COVID-19 travel restrictions in respective countries, for example:

– Travel restrictions
– Grouping restrictions
– Isolation requirements (for example mandatory state quarantine for travellers)
– Outdoor activities guidance
– Restricted and non-restricted services
– Fact sheets and statistics, Guidance documents
– Public health orders

  • Tailored made information according user preferences (user could define such preferences, like culture, sport, others in custom settings)
  • Push notifications if epidemiologic situation in the current or target region significantly changed
  • Mobile app should allow switching between different languages (Polish, Slovak, English, eventually other V4 languages). The basic version may be available in one language but should be an option for quick adaptation to other languages

TOTAL CASH PRIZE:

10 000 EURO

 

10 000 EURO for winners

Worldwide

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FIND A TEAM

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1.

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2.

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MENTORS

Each year we invite specialists from various fields who are ready to help you. You can find them in the Mentors Village where they will be happy to inspire you and answer any questions you might have.


There are two types of Mentors:

  • CATEGORY MENTORS

They can advise the teams if their idea is relevant for the specific topic, suggest the direction of developing the idea or simply come up with the solution the team could work on.

  • CONTENT MENTORS

These Mentors take care of the more technical part of the project development. They are mostly individuals, with specific knowledge.

They can advise if the team has some issues with UX, does not know how to solve some trouble while programming, has no idea how to present on the stage or has any other technical problems while hacking!


If you would like to become a Mentor go ahead and contact Monika, our head of mentoring. You can reach her by an email monika.barnas@hackyeah.pl or call this number +48 605 177 768.

Justyna Orłowska

Justyna Orłowska

GovTech Polska | Prime Minister’s High Representative for Government Technology

Robert Król

Robert Król

GovTech Polska | Deputy Director - Digital Skills & Innovation

Antoni Rytel

Antoni Rytel

GovTech Polska

Wojciech Janek

Wojciech Janek

GovTech | Civil Servant

Maciej Stalewski

Maciej Stalewski

BGK | IT Department Director

Sławomir Flis

Sławomir Flis

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Managing Director

Marek Grac

Marek Grac

Asseco Central Europe | COO and the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors

Sebastian Jaworski

Sebastian Jaworski

BGK | CIO

Zbigniew Wiliński

Zbigniew Wiliński

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Director of the FinTech Department

Piotr Skrzypczyński

Piotr Skrzypczyński

BGK | Business Strategy Director

Peter Polák

Peter Polák

Asseco Central Europe | Director of Omnichannel Division

Iwona Schab

Iwona Schab

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Deputy Director

Krzysztof Marczak

Krzysztof Marczak

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Manager

Katarína Roth Neveďalová

Katarína Roth Neveďalová

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization | Senior Policy Officer - Digital Agenda

Piotr Wiśniewski

Piotr Wiśniewski

BGK | Office Director

Maciej Kurzajewski

Maciej Kurzajewski

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Advisor to the Chair of PFSA / FinTech and capital markets

Zbigniew Baranowski

Zbigniew Baranowski

The Polish Ministry of Finance | Minister’s Advisor in the Department of Tax Collection

Erik Lukac

Erik Lukac

Asseco Central Europe | eHealth Division Director

Marek Deutsch

Marek Deutsch

BGK | CIO, Executive Director for IT

Damian Bankiewicz

Damian Bankiewicz

Asseco Poland | Department Director Healthcare Division

Marcin Skrzypczuk

Marcin Skrzypczuk

Tax Collection Department Ministry of Finance | Head of IT Department

Adam Maciejczyk

Adam Maciejczyk

Wroclaw Comprehensive Cancer Center | Chief Executive Officer

Paweł Zawadzki

Paweł Zawadzki

Wroclaw Comprehensive Cancer Center | Plenipotentiary for WCCC Development

Olga Janczyszyn

Olga Janczyszyn

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Chief specialist

Szymon Chamuczyński

Szymon Chamuczyński

Asseco Poland S.A. | Mass Products Department Director | Healthcare Division

Jan Ziomek

Jan Ziomek

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Leader of the Financial Innovation Team in the FinTech Department

Sylwia Mrózek

Sylwia Mrózek

BGK | Service Desk Manager

Dawid Błaszczyk

Dawid Błaszczyk

Wroclaw Comprehensive Cancer Center | Coordinator of preventive programs

Mirka Makaruk

Mirka Makaruk

BGK | Senior IT Systems Analyst

Łukasz Majek

Łukasz Majek

BGK | Team Manager - Test and Implementation Team

Lena Kruk-Pielesiak

Lena Kruk-Pielesiak

BGK | HR Manager

Przemysław Rodziewicz

Przemysław Rodziewicz

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Team Manager

Przemysław Cieszyński

Przemysław Cieszyński

BGK | Board Member

Jakub Derulski

Jakub Derulski

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Chief Specialist

Stefan Bryndza

Stefan Bryndza

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Expert

Dariusz Kuszyński

Dariusz Kuszyński

BGK | .NET Developer

Jakub Karmowski

Jakub Karmowski

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Expert

Kamil Wysocki

Kamil Wysocki

BGK | Senior Specialist

Rafał Czupryński

Rafał Czupryński

Microsoft | Developer Audience Lead

Sylwia Kiertowicz

Sylwia Kiertowicz

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Specialist of Analysis and Strategy Department

Filip Kołodziejczyk

Filip Kołodziejczyk

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Senior Specialist

Marcin Krzyżanowski

Marcin Krzyżanowski

Marshal's Office of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship | Deputy Marshal

Dagna Frydrych

Dagna Frydrych

Polish Development Fund | Manager

Natalia Ponikowska-Kietlińska

Natalia Ponikowska-Kietlińska

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority | Specialist

Magdalena Fuczko

Magdalena Fuczko

GE Healthcare | Technical Product Manager & Software Engineer

Irina Morawska

Irina Morawska

BGK | Mentor

Alicja Kula

Alicja Kula

UX Academic Laboratory | UX Designer

Ewelina Wasilewska

Ewelina Wasilewska

Juicy UX | Co Founder, UX Consultant & Mentor

Katarzyna Smoleń-Drzazga

Katarzyna Smoleń-Drzazga

Juicy UX | UX Designer

Bartłomiej Jarosz

Bartłomiej Jarosz

TK Games & VRealms | Main Programmer

Łukasz Wiśniewski

Łukasz Wiśniewski

PKO Bank Polski | Blockchain Technology Expert

Przemek Kondraciuk

Przemek Kondraciuk

Bank Millennium | Projects & Process Innovation Expert

Marcin Sadomski

Marcin Sadomski

Forestlight Games | CTO

Maciej Loch

Maciej Loch

Skyier | Co-Founder

Wojciech Augustynowicz

Wojciech Augustynowicz

Tappaz Games | Mastermind

Kamil Łątka

Kamil Łątka

PKO Bank Polski | Innovation Expert

Wiktoria Wójcik

Wiktoria Wójcik

inSTREAMLY | Co-founder

Marlena Olszewska

Marlena Olszewska

GE Healthcare | Operations Analyst

Filip Gapiński

Filip Gapiński

Gameset | Head of Games Marketing

Łukasz Masztalerz

Łukasz Masztalerz

Office IMP / shadowtech.pl | Lawyer

Kamil Mrzygłód

Kamil Mrzygłód

The Cloud Theory | Microsoft MVP, Trainer, Speaker & Microsoft Azure Books Author.

Maciej Dymarczyk

Maciej Dymarczyk

Allera | CTO

Natalia Walczak

Natalia Walczak

Student Research Club .NET Technical University of Łódź

Marcin Wylot

Marcin Wylot

Data Scientist | Machine Learning Engineer | AI Advisor

Wael Naguib

Wael Naguib

HSBC | Architect

Adam Lange

Adam Lange

Standard Chartered Bank | VP, Cyber Threat Hunting

Aleksander Włodarczyk

Aleksander Włodarczyk

SKN .NET PŁ | Vice-Chairman

Paulina Wójciak

Paulina Wójciak

Qualaroo | Former Startup CEO

Katarzyna Kolasa

Katarzyna Kolasa

Kozminski University | Head of Health Economics and Healthcare Management Division

Piotr Godowski

Piotr Godowski

IBM | CTO & Software Architect

Mateusz Nowicki

Mateusz Nowicki

Grid Dynamics | Senior Frontend Developer

Krzysztof Zalasa

Krzysztof Zalasa

Google | Cloud Customer Engineer

Łukasz Maj

Łukasz Maj

Pegasystems | System Architect & Aplikacje Krytyczne | IT Contractor

Marcin Janiszewski

Marcin Janiszewski

IBM | Senior Manager

Tomasz Zagórowicz

Tomasz Zagórowicz

ABB | DevOps Engineer

Mateusz Hoffman

Mateusz Hoffman

ABB | R&D Group Leader / FE Development Team Lead

Tomasz Osowski

Tomasz Osowski

Project: People Poland | Lead UX Designer

Michał Żukowski

Michał Żukowski

Innteo | CEO

Paweł Łukaszuk

Paweł Łukaszuk

.NET Software Developer, Speaker, Trainer

Maciej Kowalski

Maciej Kowalski

OPI PIB | Tech Lead

Karolina Bolesta

Karolina Bolesta

Scientific Association for Computer Science | CEO

Krzysztof Zbiciński

Krzysztof Zbiciński

NodeSchool Łódź | A developer of all technologies specializing in JavaScript

Wojciech Puzio

Wojciech Puzio

Hycom | Frontend Developer