This website was created by the
Advanced Concepts Team
of the European Space Agency in 2015. The website's purpose is to serve as a platform for space
related competitions. We envision it to be a place for space enthusiasts from all over the world
to set their creativity free and participate actively in the advancement of space and science.
The name "Kelvins" is at the same time the theme for the website and originates from the unit
for temperature named after the physicist
William Thomson, Lord Kelvin.
To reach the absolute zero error is the target of many machine learning related competitions. One day,
we will introduce further theme related functionalities, such as points measured as temperature in
degrees and ranks according to the temperature of objects in space such as the surface temperature
of the planets or other bodies in the solar system.
We like to hear about your experience and what you like or dislike about this website.
Please approach us on any of the discussion boards available on the website.
Code of Honor
The following general rules apply to all users of the website and participants in the competitions.
Not following these rules can and will have consequences such as disqualification from competitions,
banning, and deactivation of accounts.
Only one single account per user is permitted. Submission from multiple accounts is not allowed.
Any form of cheating competition rules is considered a threat against the Kelvins community and will
be treated as such.
All users shall respect their fellow competitors and not engange in any activity leading to any form
of harm to others.