Rome

Rome

Università La Sapienza, Facoltà di Ingegneria - Rome
  • Benvenuti allo Space Apps Challenge 2014!

    Welcome to Space Apps Challenge 2014!



    Volete partecipare a questa straordinaria due giorni di tecnologia proponendo le vostre idee per migliorare la vita nello spazio e sulla terra? Cliccate https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/location/ per accedere alle location e registrarvi all’evento di Roma o al ‘Virtual’ se la vostra sarà una partecipazione ‘a distanza’.

    Would you like to participate in this extraordinary two-day adventure to improve life in space and on earth?  Click on https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/location/ to access the locations’ page and register for the Rome event or for the ‘Virtual’ event if you plan to participate from a remote location.

    Per cominciare a dialogare da subito con gli altri partecipanti, iscrivetevi all’hackpad dedicato:
    https://spaceapps.hackpad.com

    To start talking with your fellow participants, register on the dedicated hackpad: https://spaceapps.hackpad.com

     

    Alcune NOTIZIE UTILI:   Some Tips:

     

    La PARTECIPAZIONE È GRATUITA e aperta a tutte le categorie—sviluppatori, disegnatori, imprenditori, ingegneri, studenti di ogni grado, e semplici appassionati di scienza e tecnologia: ognuno può contribuire con la propria idea a risolvere le challenges.

     

    Participation is FREE and OPEN in all categories – developers, designers, entrepreneurs, engineers, students and science and technology lovers: everybody can contribute to solve the challenges.

     

    PASTI, dal pranzo del sabato al pranzo della domenica sono OFFERTI dagli organizzatori mentre per dormire, dovrete organizzarvi autonomamente.  L’università offre uno spazio limitato per sistemarsi con un proprio sacco a pelo e stuoino per la sola notte del sabato, ma si dorme letteralmente sul pavimento!

    Meals, beginning with lunch on Saturday to lunch on Sunday, are offered by the organizers. Should you wish to sleep at the university and keep working at night, the university has kindly offered space where you can lie down for the night (literally on the floor): bring your own bedsack and pad.

     

    Si apre venerdì pomeriggio con una conferenza stampa presso la Facoltà di Ingegneria o per chi preferisce, direttamente il sabato mattina alle 9.  Si chiude domenica nel pomeriggio con la selezione di due progetti che verrano mandati alla NASA per la competizione globale.  Vedi anche l’agenda sotto.

    We start Friday afternoon with a press conference at the Faculty.  Otherwise, come directly to the University Saturday morning at 9.   We close the event on Sunday evening with the selection of two projects which will be forwarded to NASA for the global competition.  See also the agenda below.

     

    Ogni partecipante dovrà SCEGLIERE UNA CHALLENGE su cui lavorare tra quelle proposte https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/challenge/  e far parte di un team già formato e iscritto o che potrà formare il giorno stesso dell’hackathon. 

    Vedi anche ‘consigli per la FORMAZIONE DEI TEAM’ nelle FAQ (in inglese su hackpad) https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/about/faq/

    Each participant must select a challenge from the proposed challenges below: https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/challenge/ and be part of a team that s/he will have formed already or that can be formed on the day of the event.  Please see also ‘tips on how to form a team’ in the FAQ section of the hackpad: https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/about/faq/


    Lingua di lavoro: è essenziale una buona conoscenza dell’inglese per almeno uno dei componenti del team.  Tutte le informazioni sulle challenges sono in inglese e il progetto finale dovrà essere presentato in inglese sia per la selezione locale la domenica pomeriggio che per quella globale.

    Language:  if you are reading the information in English, you can skip this section….:)) but be aware that on Sunday afternoon you must be prepared to present your project to a jury.

     

    Localmente, saranno assegnati three PREMI in denaro

    There will be three cash awards to be awarded locally.

     

    Le categorie dei premi e la composizione della giuria per la competizione globale sono spiegati qui: Awards and jury for the global competition are outlined here: https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/about/judging/.

     

    La NASA ha individuato 5 categorie:

    NASA will judge on the following five categories:

    Best Use of Data, Best Use of Hardware, Best Mission Concept, Galactic Impact, and Most Inspiring project


    Sabato pomeriggio ci collegheremo per un hangout con DUE ASTRONAUTI (tra cui Paolo Nespoli) e funzionari NASA, tra cui il Chief Scientist!

    On Saturday afternoon around 18:00, we will have a hangout with two astronauts and NASA officials.


    Avete domande?  La risposta potrebbe già essere qui: 
    https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org/about/faq/.

    Altrimenti, inviatele a [email protected].

    If you have questions, first check the FAQ section of the web site or send an e-mail to: [email protected]

     

    Keep APP the Good  Work!!!

     

    AGENDA:

    Venerdì 11 aprile

    • 18:15/19:00         Conferenza Stampa presso La Sapienza, Facoltà di Ingegneria – Via Eudossiana.                                                                                               Press Conference at La Sapienza

                                          L’Astronauta Italiano Luca Parmitano sarà presente per un breve saluto ai partecipanti!

                                          Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano will give brief greetings to the participants.

    • 19:00-20:00         Cocktail di benvenuto – Welcome cocktail

     

    Sabato 12 aprile

    • 8:30        Accesso, controllo registrazioni e ritiro pass.  (Il pass darà accesso alla sala mensa per i pasti).

                             Access, registration and badge distribution (badge will give you access to the cafeteria for meals)

     

    • 9:00/9:15             Introduzione, modalità dell’hackathon e notizie pratiche.

                                          Introduction, rules, tips

     

    • 9:15/10:00           Selezione delle challenges e formazione dei team.  

                                          Challenge selection and team composition

     

    • 10:00                   Inizio lavori.   -   Hackathon begins

     

    • 12:00-14:00         Pranzo presso la sala mensa della Facoltà – vedi mappa

                                          Lunch at the Faculty’s cafeteria – see map

     

    • 18:00                  Hangout (in aula magna) con astronauti e ….

     

    • 19:00-20:30         Cena - Dinner 

     

    Domenica 13 aprile                 

    • 8:00-9:30              Colazione – Breakfast

     

    • 12:00-14:00         Pranzo – Lunch

     

    • 17:00-18:00         Chiusura dei lavori e preparazione della relazione finale

                                           Work concludes.  Final presentation preparation.

     

    • 18:00-19:00         Presentazione dei lavori alla giuria – Projects’ Demos

     

    • 19:00-19:30         Distribuzione certificati di partecipazione e gadget mentre la giuria decide…

                                          Certificate of participation and distribution of hackathon souvenirs while the jury makes final selections.


    • 19:30                   Annuncio dei vincitori – Winners are announced
    • 20:00                   Chiusura dei lavori – hackathon ends!

                                                                                                            ***


     


    Projects Nominated for Global Judging

    Best Use of Data

    LOOK APP

    Best Mission Concept

    Chronos

    People's choice

    GravMaps

    Projects Receiving Local Awards

    - LOOK APP
    - Chronos
    - Exomars Rover Game

    Resources

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  • The following projects were worked on at Rome:

    • Don't Worry About Asteroids

      Project Members from this location
      • Anastasia Giordana Bottai
      • Damiana Catanoso
      • Alessandro Gallo
      • Federico Bernardi
      • Davide Coco
      • Dilermando Ferreira

      Presentation

      The presentation is linked below:

      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8Jbp9m116T1c190VTdPX1pqNkU/edit?usp=sharing

      (Download to see the high quality picture)

      Visit Project

    • Virtual Satellite Reality

      Project Members from this location
      • Yuanzhe Yang
      • Shakeel Muhammad

      The aim of the project was to see how it would look like if we could Pilot an orbiting satellite and watch what a satellite could see. Our project intended to show different satellites and planets with respect to a specific selected satellite. You could visualize every detail of the earth as t... Visit Project

    • EduRover

      Project Members from this location
      • Stefano Saccucci
      • Erdit Hallulli
      • Simone Tibollo
      • Stefano Saccucci
      • Marco Ferrantini
      • Valerio Magliozzi

      EduRover is a Space Apps project conceived with the intention of bringing the space robotic systems suitable for student.

      The rover is the essential object of our mission, but it is also a funny tool for spreading the knowledge of the space and of the great extraterrestrial achievements... Visit Project

    • Deep impact explorer

      Project Members from this location
      • Raffaele Scorrano
      • Andrea De Lucia
      • Raffaella Pivetta
      • Fernanda Maria Grella

      Working on

      Visit Project

    • Asteroids in the sky with diamonds

      Project Members from this location
      • Leonardo Ascione
      • Pietro Anastasi
      • Patrick Keaveny

      Showing the risks and the benefits derived from asteroids.

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    • LOOK APP

      Project Members from this location
      • DAVIDE BRAMBILLA
      • agnese caprara
      • Saverio Cambioni
      • Alice Pellegrino
      • Roberta Cumbo
      • corinna cerini
      • rita fiorini
      • serena mancini
      • Davide Carbone
      • Antonio Loquercio
      • Dario Pacchi
      • andrea caprara
      • FABIO  MARTARELLI
      • Alice Pellegrino


      Will your location be threatened by a meteor shower in the next twenty minutes? Don't worry! Look App will warn you in time to find out a safe shelter. Do you want to be updated on the visibility of the ISS in your city? Look App will send you a notification in time to take a glance... Visit Project

    • Sergio RNS

      Project Members from this location
      • Stanislav Antokhi
      • Alessandro Biondi
      • Fabio Cuppari

      We'll write it later.

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    • The NEXT step

      Project Members from this location
      • Riccardo Sganga
      • Luca Nardecchia
      • Mario Di Giulio
      • Flavio Condorelli
      • Daniele Durante

      Our project aims to provide a new concept for asteroid belt exploration. Looking at the previous asteroid mission each of them visited at most 2 asteroids, ; hence we have thought of a brand new kind of exploration based on more than just a single satellite (such as DAWN was). Starting from th... Visit Project

    • Chronos

      Project Members from this location
      • Maddalena Cascone
      • Davide Cimino
      • Jacopo Durandi
      • Alessio Moretti
      • Giacomo Gatto
      • Andrea Monti
      • Claudio Pastorini
      • Lorenzo Moriondo
      • Michele Tobia
      • Davide Cimino

      Xploration is an app aimed to fulfill the space enthusiasts' eagerness for a thorough understanding of space missions by visualizing, on a single mobile app, data otherwise spread all over the web, in order to understand the past, the present and (get a glimpse of ) the future of space explora... Visit Project

    • Suit & Go!

      Project Members from this location
      • Alessandro Gambino
      • Fabrizio Bernardini
      • Teresa Korotya
      • Andrea Lepri
      • Matteo Arcà
      • Riccardo Pintore
      • Edoardo  Mazzaracchio
      • Daniela Ruggeri
      • Fabrizio L'Abbate
      • riccardo corvetti
      • Alessandro Tozzi
      • Giorgio Carollo
      • Andrea D'Ambrosio
      • Alexandru Tudorache

      Our mission is to design a space suit based on the actual one. Our proposal solves a lot of problems related to everyday life of astronauts, EVAs, comfort and mobility. We've been thinking about a new conceptual and empirical interaction with near-space and terrestrial environment such to impr... Visit Project

    • GravMaps

      Project Members from this location
      • Giuseppe Scarano
      • Luca Spedalieri
      • Vito Camarda
      • Antonio Scardigno
      • Andrea Catania
      • Bernardino Emanuele Tricase
      • Marco Di Munno
      • Alessandro Sottile
      • Mattia Di Foggia
      • marco sorrenti
      • Antonio Zaccaria

      GravMaps is a multi-platform and social application that allows the users to discover the gravity in any point of the map easily and quickly. You can also know your weight in each planet of our Solar System. THE WEEKEND During the Space Apps Challenge, we made 5 application: - Android applicat... Visit Project

    • SpaceLine

      Project Members from this location
      • Amine Nokra
      • Luigi Montanaro
      • Amine Nokra
      • Gianfranco Incandela
      • Claudia Adamczuk
      • Andrea Deidda
      • Vito Mannina

      We created a web site and an android application in order to get informations easily about missions all over the universe. The application offers an intuitive and lovely interface which permits you to choose missions that are completed, in progress or programmed in the future.

      When you ... Visit Project

    • Deep space explorer

      Project Members from this location
      • Fernanda Maria Grella
      • Andrea De Lucia
      • Raffaele Scorrano
      • Raffaella Pivetta
      • Andrea De Lucia

      Game to travel across the solar system from asteroid to asteroid. The strategy is: - decide which asteroid to visit - mine - select another asteroid and start again We develop this game for a primary reason: change People’s ideas about Asteroids . We see Asteroids like resources and not only ... Visit Project

    • Exomars Rover Game

      Project Members from this location
      • Paolo Torda
      • Renzo Testi
      • Livio Consorte

      Improvement of the motivation of students throught a game.

      1) ROBOT 1.1 Each robot, to have the possibility to take part to the competition, must respect the established rules' dimensions. -maximum height 30 centimeters -maximum breadth 30 centimeters

      2) PLAYGROUND 2.1 The play... Visit Project

    • From Moon to Mars

      Project Members from this location
      • Francesco Malizia
      • Pierangelo Angelastro
      • Attilio Gatto
      • qazim xhahysa
      • Giulia Serafini
      • Alessandro Tricò
      • Aurel Marian

      The location of the mission is Moon. The site is approximatively the north pole of the satellite , in consideration of the better exposition to natural solar light, of the minor probability of impact by meteorites & Co., of the availability of ice. In particular, is intended to set the bas... Visit Project

    • Earth in the future

      Project Members from this location
      • Giacomo Angelini
      • alessandro vorrasi

      We want to improve the knowledge of our past and our future.

      Visit Project

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