MobiDic Team
MobiDic Team


MobiDic is a voice-driven app making documentation much easier in social organizations. Documentation is one of the most important things in social organizations and their clients (how they improve, where their problems lie). 

Andrea Rinderknecht - Founder Patientube
Andrea Rinderknecht - Founder Patientube


Andrea Rinderknecht is a psychologist and healthcare consultant who, throughout her career, has been attempting to give patients a voice and a face. In the year 2000 she founded the Patientenforum Schweiz (Swiss Patient Forum) that represents the interests of patients, and their supporting groups and patients’ associations. Its purpose is to convey under- standable scientific information to patients, enabling an exchange of opinions between doctors, patients, family members, nursing staff, psychologists, physiotherapists and pastors, for better interaction during the disease process and treatment. 

Social Impact Award
Social Impact Award

Social Impact Award

Der Social Impact Award (SIA) wurde 2009 von Peter Vandor am Institut für Entrepreneurship und Innovation an der WU Wien gegründet. Ziel des Wettbewerbes war es, einen Wettbewerb für studentischeSozialunternehmerInnen in Österreich ins Leben zu rufen, der diese nicht nur auszeichnet, sondern in ihren ersten Schritten unterstützt.

European Youth Award
European Youth Award


EYA is not just an event or a community, it is a movement of young innovators who never stop learning, questioning and improving the world we live in. EYA organizes several activities and events throughout the year.


This online event takes place in challenging times. We will try to work together, to innovate and be creative, to come up with solutions to important problems. Some of us might be called away on emergency duty at any time. Let’s treat each other with kindness and understanding.

We are thankful if you are able to participate for the full time indicated each day.

Thursday | February 28th

  • 14:30

    Registration + Find Your Mates

  • 15:00


    Get your badge and find your teammates.

  • 15:10 - 15:45


    Learn from great projects: MobiDic and PatientTube. Learn where your project could go: SIA and EYA.

  • 15:50 - 16:00

    Hackathon Details

  • 16:00 - 16:15


  • 16:15 - 17:00

    Brainstorming Ideas

    Find your team, find your poster, find a good spot to work! Dive deep into the problem, come up with many possible solutions. Decide which ideas to follow through with. Prepare an A3 poster for your 2 Minute Pitch

  • 17:00 - 18:00

    Idea Pitching

    Are you excited about your idea? Can you inspire other people to join you? You have 3 minutes!

  • 18:30 - 19:30

    Group Forming

    Go to the idea that you find the most interesting. Try to form a group around the idea. Each team must contain both design and programming skills and somebody who is familiar with the problem area. Once you have found a team fill in the team registration sheet and hand it in with Florian Jindra.

  • 19:30 - 20:00

    Get Started on your Project

    Use the remaining time to get started! Don't forget to get to know your team mates, communicate who will be present on Thursday afternoon. When you finish working please sign off with one of the coaches.

Friday | March 1st

  • 09:00 - 11:30

    Work on the Concept

    This morning there are 7 coaches available to help you with your projects. Go to room 017 to either get help immediately or to pick up a timeslot. Before Lunch break: : report your status to one of the internal coaches.

  • 11:30 - 12:00

    Workshop: Prototyping with FIGMA

    Learn how to quickly build prototypes of digital projects with FIGMA. Work online, work collaboratively. Get your free students license online and find Sebastian Huber in Room 018.

  • 11:30 - 12:00

    Workshop: Perfect Pitch

    Learn how to give the best presentation tomorrow. Find Ingrid Hovdar-Stojaković in Room 019.

  • 12:30 - 13:00

    Lunch Break

  • 13:00 - 18:30

    Work on Prototypes

    Before you finish for today: send an “end of day”report via e-mail to and cc all members of your team. Brigitte will collect the reports and forward them to all the coaches.

  • 18:00 - 18:30

    End of the day report

    Before you finish for today: create one teaser slide in the slide document.

  • 18:30

    After Work drinks

Saturday | March 2nd

  • 10:00 - 13:00

    Work on the prototype and the presentation

  • 13:00 - 13:30

    Lunch Break

  • 13:30 - 16:30

    Work on the prototype and the presentation

    This afternoon coaches are available to help you with your presentation.

    • Find a native speaker at the coaching table in room 017
    • And sign up for a timeslot of intensive pitch coaching. It will be held in room SE 355
    • From 14.00 you can try out your presentation in Audi Max
  • 16:30 - 17:00

    Hand in your presentation

    You will need:

    • A three minute presentation explaining the problem and your solution (slides? Theater? Dance?)
    • maybe including a quick demo of your prototype
    • Entry in the portfolio

    Hand in your slides in Audi Max. And please help clean up the rooms.

  • 17:00 - 17:15


    And please help us clean up the rooms when we move to Audi Max.

  • 17:15 - 18:30

    The Pitch

    All projects will be presented on the main stage in Audi Max.

    There will be five minutes per project: three minutes for the presentation, 2 minutes for questions and answers.

  • 18:30 - 19:00

    Beer & Chips

  • 19:00 - 19:45

    Award Ceremony

    Also open to the public, invite your family, friends, and fans. There will be prizes!

The Topics

This hackathon will have a selection of 15 diverse social topics.

0 - Stop Bullying now

Bullying is a form of abuse that is common among adolescents and there are still few strategies to effectively deal with the issue.

0 - Stepping Stone Social Rehabilitation

Poverty can hit anyone: Accidents/illness, Job loss, divorce or another stroke of fate

0 - Social spaces without barriers

The number of people with disabilities is increasing and therefore the need for improved and comprehensive accessibility is growing simultaneously.

0 - Self-generation through social media

Social media is beginning to play an increasingly important role in youth‐identity formation.

0 - Safe use of Social Media for children and teens

Although there are advantages of social media for the young users, there are also many risks. Awareness and knowledge about those disadvantages in Web 2.0 is lacking.

0 - Reducing the stigma Around Incontinence and Stoma

In Austria, about 1.000.000 people suffer from urinary incontinence, meaning that every fourth woman and every tenth man is affected.

0 - Raising Awareness about Education for the Deaf

Throughout history, deaf people have been discriminated against in education. Even today, the deaf barely achieve higher education qualifications, because there are very few educational and training possibilities.

0 - Migration Industry in the care sector

In Austria, around 30% of home‐based caregivers of long‐term care are foreign‐born, which makes Austria in the top 10 European countries in terms of foreign‐born caregivers.

0 - Mental Health Support for Children and Adolescents

Over 20 percent of Austrian children and adolescents suffer from mental health problems.

0 - IT Inspiration Job Orientation 4.0

Why is career and education guidance in the field of mathematics, science and technology, and computer science so important?

0 - Is this Food Waste

Whether it is in commerce and trading, in private households, in gastronomy, in agriculture or in food production and processing, too much food is being wasted and thrown away.

0 - Hobby Rooms Creative Use of Social Space

In the city of Salzburg, there is a large number of unused hobby rooms simply because of varying interests and lack of coordination.

0 - Dealing with Dementia 2050

The number of people suffering from dementia will increase as a result of the rapidly increasing number of older people in society.

0 - Cooperation as the key to integration in schools

Austria has always been a destination for refugees and the last influx of refugees in 2015/2016 highlighted the lack of innovation and integration in Austrian schools ‐ an issue that has still not been solved.

0 - Be a hero within seconds

In Austria, ambulances require an average of seven minutes to reach their emergency location. Seven minutes can dictate whether a person survives or not.

Our Sponsors

This event is sponsored by the province of Salzburg within the initiative Startup Salzburg.