The topic of population migration is one of international interest. The Datafest Americas brings together experts who examine migration patterns, emerging trends, and the impact on the migrants themselves and the communities they work and live in with computer coding experts who want to solve problems. During the event, teams of computer programmers will spend 48 hours creating a piece of software, a web application, a mobile app, or some other type of digital tool to address migration – or the movement of people – in
"I am a strong believer in interdisciplinary team-based collaboration and this event will give computing professionals the opportunity to reinforce the important impact their work can have in any social, economic and politic aspect of the 21st millennium society, " said Auburn University’s Dr.
The company is seeking participation from journalists, data scientists, policy makers, business, social agencies and others interested in the topic. Interested participants do not have to have an existing team but can seek to join others in this effort. Those interested in creating teams, providing resources, or presenting ideas should contact
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