Slilma Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center hosted Hackaton 2020 brainstorming
Students will have the opportunity to propose strategic solutions to problems raised by the organizers of the technological event.
Neylin Calderon

Virtual route met the representatives and participants of this event

The Center for Innovation and Intercultural Community Entrepreneurship Slilma of URACCAN Bilwi enclosure was the headquarters of the North Caribbean, to conduct the first briefing of hackaton 2020, through the Zoom platform, where representatives of the event, universities, Network of Young Communicators, Mayor of Puerto Cabezas and students of URACCAN, Inatec and Bicu participated.

Teacher Heydi Forbes, coordinator of Slilma, said that for the second consecutive year the Innovation Center of this venue has hosted as the North Caribbean of this magnificent technological event; Brainstorming also ensures that there are teams to sign up for Hackaton 2020.

"Registration is already open and in this activity each of the participants of the event was presented with the registration format and was launched, in addition they were informed about the other activities that are part of this Hackaton platform," Forbes explained.

So far, Bilwi has registered two groups, consisting of 4 to 5 people, who will have the opportunity to provide solutions to challenges posed by the organizers of this national event. "They are mainly students in careers that have to do with technology areas, we expect these students to replicate the information so that other students sign up," she said.

The topics are based on the areas of technology, the challenges must be solved through digital platforms, for that reason, most students are Systems Engineering and Bachelor of Administrative Informatics. However, "there are topics that have to do with digital marketing and resource management, which is why multidisciplinary groups are sought," Forbes concluded.