Over 500 students will gather for 36h of dreaming, hacking and shipping on anything and everything. All projects are welcome, mobile, hardware, web, you name it. Throughout the hackathon we'll have introductory talks for first time hackers as well as sponsor Tech Talks to help you out with your hacks!
Hacking starts at 9:00 PM on Friday and end at 9:00 AM on Sunday. All submissions must be made through Devpost.
HackUPC - 1st prize
Kit drone hackable
JetBrains 1 year subscription
HackUPC 2nd prize
Raspberry Pi 3 B
HackUPC - 3rd prize
Between Challenge: SmartLocation to save lives
Smartphone with GPS technology can be a very useful tool to save lives in emergency situations.
Prize: MIXMART Sports Camera 360º
EVERIS Challenge: Help people with AI
Help people with Artificial Intelligence
Scalingo Challenge: The coolest Hack Hosted on Scalingo
Host your project on Scalingo
- Nerf blasters for the team
- Credit to host your future projects
- Scalingo swag
Signaturit Challenge: Best use of Signaturit API
Prize: Raspberry Pi 3
Esri Challenge: Improve Blablarcar search algorithm
Create an application that uses Esri’s Technology that…
Takes the users from A to B
Optimise drivers routes
Check to see if there’s any passengers along the way
Where those passengers need to be dropped off
Best hack by Bloomberg
Prize: A.R. Drone 2.0
FIB API Challenge
Build something with the new FIB API: api.fib.upc.edu
Prize: Goolsky JJRC H37 Mini Selfie Drone con Cámara
ShapeWays Challenge: Best 3D printing hack
Prize: voucher 25€ to print 3D objects
Best .tech domain
Best use of .tech domains
Prize: 50$ Amazon Gift Card
Best Domain Name from Domain.com
Domain.com Swag Bags
Amazon Web Services - Best Use of AWS
$30 AWS Credit
Use your tech skills for good and hack online harassment! Build a software solution that can help reduce the frequency and/or severity of online harassment. Members of the winning team receive Hack Harassment Battery Packs!
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
CTO - Verse
Professor - FIB - UPC
Hacker in residence - 3scale
Director Software Engineering - Red-hat
CTO - Typeform
CEO - Talaia
How technically impressive was the hack? Was the technical problem the team tackled difficult? Did it use a particularly clever technique or did it use many different components? Did the technology involved make you go "Wow"
Did the team put thought into the user experience? How well designed is the interface? For a website, this might be about how beautiful the CSS or graphics are. For a hardware project, it might be more about how good the human-computer interaction is.
Does the hack work? Did the team achieve everything they wanted?
Did the team stretch themselves? Did they try to learn something new? What kind of projects have they worked on before?