Collaborate with students from all over the world to bring your best ideas to the real world. Find the developer in U!
The University of Miami IEEE is proud to bring you UHack, a 24-hour hackathon. UHack will take place at the beginning of Engineering Week, from Saturday, February 20th, to Sunday, February 21st. Taking place in the Ballrooms of the Student Activity Center at the University of Miami, we are open to any student in the area who would like to take a break from their ordinary classes to make something fun and compete for some great prizes from our amazing sponsors. All for FREE.
This year, we are going to FIND THE DEVELOPER IN U and focus on building projects that can improve one’s lifestyle. This is completely open-ended, you can use any platform, framework, language, or hardware device you desire and configure it however you want for the benefit of making something better. You can start from scratch or hack something previously created in order to change/improve its functionality or purpose. If you want to make a real-life life-hack, this is the place to be!
For further information, feel free to reach out!
Giovanni Pascotto Bonin
Are you a student? Are you bachelors level or below? If you've answered yes to these questions, then I'm happy to say you can hack along with us.
UHack is open to any and all students who would like to participate, as long as you actually are a student. You do not need to be an engineer or a computer science student, or a programmer. YOU DO NOT have to attend the University of Miami. In fact, you do not even need to attend a university; we know there are students in high schools who learn app development early and UHack welcomes them too :)
How to enter
Go ahead and register on coe.miami.edu/uhack2016
Professor at the University of Miami
This criteria is awarded to the application/program that proves to be the most original and creative while producing results that can be useful to people. Please note that more judges will be added soon!
This criteria is awarded to the application/program that employs concepts deemed more complex in nature. This can be accomplished by using advanced algorithms, complex infrastructures, or an impressive design that leads to an useful application.