During 3 days, about 25 participants gathered in the Joseph Aiguier CNRS Research Institute campus to drive innovation at the interface of computer science and life science.
This event, aimed at creative minds interested in improving their coding skills through collaborative projects, was centered around a variety of topics, such as Computer vision, Modeling, Data mining and Computer assisted microscopy.
Along with the 9 group leaders, which oversaw the work and improvement of the participants in their respective projects, 3 jury members were invited to join the organisational committee to rate the results and reward the winners.
Congratulations to the Fly track and Ballerina projects’ winners!
We look forward to our next CENTURI Hackathon edition!