As one of the joint winners among the 11 teams, the IMC students’ reward for their hard work was a partnership with Wien Energie. Students Peter Seyfang and Markus Schüttengruber developed a platform for solar energy projects. Based on transparency and stakeholder involvement, the platform puts people who have roof space available for solar energy generation in contact with installation and operating companies as well as investors. The pair picked up two prizes for their innovative project: the Roketo Award for the best fintech initiative and the Solar-preneur Award. Congratulations to them both!
Informatics students put in outstanding performance
Winners of Sustainable Blockchain Hackathon
A team of students from IMC Krems’ Informatics degree programme recently took part in the Sustainable Blockchain Hackathon. Held as part of ViennaUP’22 – a series of events for start-ups – and jointly organised by IMC Krems external lecturer Alin Kalam MSc. and Stefan Bauer, the Hackathon put sustainability at the heart of the various challenges facing the participants.
At the Sustainable Blockchain Hackathon, co-organised by Ing. Alin Kalam, Informatics students Peter Seyfang and Markus Schüttengruber won two awards.