Each 3-day hackathon holiday camp will draw from one of Cesar’s ongoing projects.
27 – 29 May | Indigenous Future Outrigger
Learn about state-of-the-art sailing technology! The Indigenous Future Outrigger project reimagines our relationship and cultural connections to the waters around us by integrating local ship-building customs with high-tech environmentally sustainable sailing technology.
2 – 4 Jun | Ocean Solar Hydrogen
Discover how hydrogen could be the fuel of the future in coastal cities like Singapore! The Ocean Solar Hydrogen project looks at our oceans as untapped sources of sustainable energy by using solar power to electrolyze hydrogen gas from seawater.
16 – 18 Jun | Shape Shifting Sailing
Design your own shape-shifting boat inspired by evolution millions of years in the making–swimming fish! Find out first-hand how biomimetic technology, inspired by the natural world, can be used to make seafaring safer and more energy efficient.
23 – 25 Jun | Ocean Train
Drawing inspiration from freight trains, learn how robotics, team coordination, and a little bit of creative thinking can revolutionise the maritime shipping industry.
About Cesar Jung-Harada
Cesar Jung-Harada is a Singapore-based French-Japanese designer, environmentalist, educator and entrepreneur. With ongoing research and development into renewable energy sources and environmentally sustainable sea transport, he regularly delivers workshops for organisations such as the World Wildlife Fund and National Geographic and has delivered keynotes at international conferences by the United Nations, Harvard University, and TED.
Participants may come into contact with collected rainwater when sailing prototype ships.
In the event of light rain, ponchos will be provided to participants.
Please kindly inform the facilitators if you would prefer to opt out of any of these activities. In the event of heavy thunderstorms, outdoor activities will be postponed or cancelled.