For the second time, RDW ICT, together with SV Realtime, SV ASCI and SV Cover, is organising the RDW ICT Hackathon! On Tuesday May 28th you are welcome from 13.00 on to join us for some fun assignments. Last year, 30 students were divided into several groups and worked on (among other things) something creative against meter position fraud, an application of AI that is relevant for RDW.
During this hackathon, there will be several interesting assignments to work on! You can think of topics like:
- Big Data
- Virtual Containers
- Internet of Things
Of course all these topics will be linked to the (Rijks)dienst Wegverkeer and vehicles!
During the hackathon we will make sure that there will be pizzas. Around 19.30 we will finish and announce the winners!
For each study association there are 10 places available. So sign up now!
ICT plays a crucial role in the RDW, from customer demand up to the complete management of ICT system services. At the ICT department in Groningen, a team of over 200 professionals works with state-of-the-art techniques to innovative projects. Take a look at www.rdw.nl or www.werkenbijderdw.nl
The board is hosting a brainstorm with the board about promotion for Cover events. This will concern posters, use of the screen in the Cover Room, and promotion outside of the Cover Room. We'd like to get your thoughts about how we can improve the promotion of events for Cover.
One of the best annual gala is back! On the 29th of May the study associations Cover, EPU, Gerardus van der Leeuw, Meander, MULTI, NUTS, STUFF and TW!ST will once again join forces to organise a night out that won't be forgotten soon.
This year we will bring you along for a visit to Las Vegas! Everything is allowed in sin city, so follow us into a night of unlimited drinks, partying and everything god forbade. And who knows, maybe after a few drinks it might even seem like a good idea to elope with that cute guy/girl you just met. After all, what happens in Vegas...
In this upcoming General Assembly, we discuss important topics such as education, promotion and the future of the association. More details will follow soon here and via mail.
A General Assembly is a meeting to which every member (and only those) is invited to discuss the future and current state of the association. If you are interested in the internal affairs of Cover, come and join a discussion about events, the budget, the committees and exciting ideas. All major decisions are made at General Assemblies, so, needless to say, it is important that as many members as possible are present.