AUHack 2019



After hacking ends all teams will expo their projects. Here judges and fellow students will have time to test each others projects. The expo will be at your tables where you have worked throughout the weekend.
Each team will be visited once by a pair of judges within a time interval of 30 minutes. A note will be put on your table around noon to let you know when the judges will arrive. Thus you will have some time to eat lunch and watch other hacks when the judges are not at your stand.


You must all share your projects on devpost before 11:30. Remember to add any sponsor prizes that you are competing for.
If you have any problems, please contact us at the information desk.

Best AUHack19 Criteria


How technically impressive was the hack? Was the technical problem the team tackled difficult? Did it use a particularly clever technique or did it use many different components? Did the technology involved make you go "Wow"?


Was thought put into the user experience? How well designed is the interface? For a website, this might be how beautiful the CSS or graphics are. For a hardware project, it might be more about HCI (is it easy to use or does it use a cool interface?).


Does the hack work? Did the team achieve everything they wanted?


Did the team stretch themselves? Did they try to learn something new? What kind of projects have they worked on before? If a team which always does virtual reality projects switch up and try doing a mobile app instead, that exploration should be rewarded.

Facepalm Criteria


The hack or the idea behind it should be unique and interesting. This can range from new and crazy spins on known ideas to completely outlandish ideas.


The hack or the idea behind it should be unique and interesting. This can range from new and crazy spins on known ideas to completely outlandish ideas.


The hack doesn’t have to be useful or meaningful in any sense.


Frank Jepsen

Frank Jepsen is a co-founder at Parabolic, a venture design studio focused on blockchain and cryptocurrency. Before founding Parabolic, Frank was an executive director at the strategic design agency Designit. His current and former clients include international brands such as Lufthansa, Grundfos, Chelsea FC, Telenor and a range of financial services providers.

Nick Nielsen

Nick Nielsen has a Masters Degree from in ICT Product Development from the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University. Nick started his career in academia but now works with digital transformation as an IoT Requirement Specialist at Grundfos. Nick says "Customer centred design and focus on value for the end user is what I value the most - but awesome fun experimental use of new technology never hurt anyone ;-) "

Jane Kunze

Jane Kunze, producer of Aarhus Mini Maker Faire since 2013. Manager of the Dokk1 Lab for digital fabrication and the program Data Democracy. "I try to make new technologies available to the Citizens of Aarhus, not just as consumers, but also as producers."

Lone Kofoed

Lone Koefoed holds a PhD in mobile technologies from Aarhus University. She is interested in how we might engage skillfully and critically with the intersections of digital technology, design, art, and culture. She is an Associate Professor at Dept of Digital Design and Information Studies, @Aarhus University and this is the fourth year that she is part of the AUHack jury.

Tau Sand

Senior Consultant at Ramboll Management Consulting with a demonstrated history of working in the management consulting industry. Skilled in Analytical Skills, User Experience, Data Analysis, and Human Computer Interaction. Strong consulting professional with a Master's Degree focused in Computer Science from Aarhus Universitet.

Thomas Riisgaard Hansen

Thomas Riisgaard Hansen has a Master from Information Studies and a PhD from Computer Science, Aarhus University. In 2006 he co-founded Cetrea that was sold to Getinge in 2014. He is currently the CEO of Kite Invent, works as a mentor for Innovationsfonden, helps the university with supporting entrepreneurship and is an active angel investor.

Andreas Keinicke

Andreas Keinicke is a co-founder at Parabolic, a venture design studio focused on blockchain and cryptocurrency. Before founding Parabolic, Andreas was a strategic design director at Designit, a global design company. He has worked more than 10 years in the creative industry with leading brands such as Emirates, TDC and Cisco.

Kasper Løvborg Jensen

Kasper Løvborg Jensen got his MSc and PhD degrees in Engineering at Department of Electronic Systems at Aalborg University, where he also worked as an assistant professor. He has spent several years abroad as both and academic and entrepreneur in Australia and Namibia working within the cross-field of mobile and ubiquitous computing applications and human-computer interaction. He is currently professor (docent) in software engineering at Aarhus University School of Engineering where he leads ORBIT Lab. He is also the founder and Chief Wizard at Leafcastle Labs and organizes Google Developer Group Aarhus.​

Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose

Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose is an associate professor at Digital Design and Information Studies, Aarhus University where he does research in human-computer interaction and teaches programming. He has a PhD from Computer Science, Aarhus University. Clemens leads the development of the experimental software platform Webstrates (

Thomas Fly Hylddal Jensen

Our very own incredible, righteous and majestic Master of Hack!