BloomLabs at St Cat's

St Catherine's College, 2 Park Road, Crawley WA 6009 Perth Australia

April 22, 2016 @ 5:30pmApril 24, 2016 @ 5:00pm
Registration for Space Apps is Closed

Get ready for the NASA Space Apps Challenge Perth, co-hosted by Unearthed and Bloom.


1st Prize (shared between the best 2 teams):

  • 2 x Microsoft Lumia 950XL phones
  • Annual Community Membership at Spacecubed
  • 3 months coworking at Bloom
  • Prize money - TBC

People's Choice Award:

  • Hardware Prizes
  • Other Prizes - TBC

Event Information

Address: 2 Park Road, Crawley WA 6009. Entrance is made off Stirling Highway. Parking is at the rear of the building (contact numbers will be provided in case you get lost)

Dinner and lunch will be provided across the weekend. Breakfast not provided - so grab something on the run before you come in each morning...

Parking will be available across the weekend around the UWA campus, but be weary of street signs for parking limits.

BRING YOUR OWN GEAR (laptops, monitors, keyboards etc...)

YOU SUPPLY YOUR OWN TECH (software, programs, solutions etc...)


Event Schedule:

Friday 22 April

5:30PM - Open & Registration:

6:00PM - Welcoming Presentations...

Welcome to the NASA Space Apps Challenge Perth: Mikey Kailis, Mark Shelton and Rob Banks.

Keynote Presentation: Dan Marrable, Pawsey Supercomputer

6:15PM - Dinner & drinks

6:30PM - Team Forming (if you do not have a team)

7:00PM - Get hacking! Find your place for the weekend and get settled in... Mentor support: Michelle Sandford (Microsoft)

11:00PM - Out you get...event closes for the evening

Saturday 23 April

8:00AM - Event space reopens

12:30PM - Lunch & brief on teams - tell us how you are going

6:00PM - Dinner & second briefs

11:00PM - Go home - get some sleep (you will probably be getting tired and unproductive)

Sunday 24 April

8:00AM - Event space reopens

12:30PM - Lunch & final updates

1:30PM-2:30PM - 1-1 team reviews with event mentors

3:00PM - Final submission deadline

3:30PM - Presentations & Judging.


  • Tamryn Barker, CORE Hub
  • Mark Gray, Pawsey Supercomputer + more TBC
  • Chen Wu, ICRAR

5:30PM - Drinks & Judges break

6:30PM - Prizes announced

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