6th CASSINI Hackathon: Space for International Development & Humanitarian Aid
6th CASSINI Hackathon: Space for International Development & Humanitarian Aid
CASSINI Hackathon Croatia

3 November, 18:00 CET–
5 November, 18:00 CET



Join the Hackathon in Zagreb!

Interested in creating solutions using EU space technology to support international development and humanitarian aid? The 6th CASSINI Hackathon is open for entries. This is your chance to explore important global challenges from a new perspective with people from all backgrounds!

Find inspiration from experts, and gain the know-how to utilise data from Copernicus, satellite positioning and navigation services from Galileo & EGNOS. Embark with your team on one of three challenges centred around the theme of international development and humanitarian aid:

  1. Supporting sustainable infrastructure development
  2. Strengthening food security & access to clean water
  3. Understanding and forecasting forced migration
Get involved
Get involved

Our Croatian organiser, Algebra University College, is partnering with the Croatian Artificial Intelligence Association and CROStartup to run this unmissable edition of the Hackathon. Participants will have the opportunity to meet or be mentored by experts from AUC and the NASA Goddard Centre. You will gain invaluable insights about national and international challenges. Will you be one of the people who helps to make a difference?

Join us in Zagreb between Friday the 3rd and Sunday the 5th of November to learn how to turn your ideas and our space data into impactful solutions. 


The winners of the CASSINI Hackathon Croatia:

  • First place: €3,000 prize


The top 3 teams across all competing hackathons will be awarded an additional 100 hours of expert mentoring.

Meet our experts

Get an inside perspective on local opportunities from our expert panel, which includes:

Slobodan Bosanac
Theoretical physicist and professor at the Ruđer Bošković Institute
Ivan Tomljenović
Head of the Remote Sensing and GIS lab at Oikon Ltd. and Coordinator for UniGIS Zagreb
Igor Magdalenić
President of the Croatian Association for Crisis Management (HUKM)
Stipe Lukin
Stipe Lukin
Co-founder, and CTO of SeaCras Ltd
Robert Šulc
Robert Šulc
SeaCras's expert in Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation
About the organisers

Algebra University College (AUC) will be organising the Hackathon in Croatia! AUC is an accredited higher educational institution active in the fields of computer engineering and economy. Algebra LAB (AUC’s innovation centre) is an open innovation lab, offering applicative R&D solutions for entrepreneurs who develop solutions relying on digital technologies. They have the oldest and the most successful in-house tech start-up incubator in Croatia and so far, have incubated 15 batches of start-up companies, and more than 160 start-ups in total.

By joining the CASSINI Hackathons, they seek to actively contribute to fostering the next generation of space entrepreneurs.

Sponsors / Partners

This hackathon is supported by the following sponsors and partners:


Adriatic Aerospace Association (A3)






Croatian Association for Crisis Management (HUKM)


Amphinicy Technologies