Hack@CEWIT: IoT & Security, President's Day Weekend 2018, Stony Brook University
Calling All Hackers, Builders & Innovators,
Hack@CEWIT is back at the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) at Stony Brook University! In partnership with our friends at Major League Hacking and Softheon, this year's theme is IoT & Security and will incorporate both physical build and capture the flag components.
Join us for President's Day weekend, February 16-18, 2018, to improve your skills, learn new programs, and meet fellow hackers and industry gurus while competing for over $7K in prizes!
Interested in hacking, partnering, or have questions for our team? Visit hack.cewit.org or contact us at email@example.com. Check out the 2017 recap and register today.
See you at Hack@CEWIT!
All currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students or recent December 2017 college graduates. Valid student ID required at check-in. Max 4 per team.
How to enter
Hack@CEWIT is an open event, no application required. To join us, register via Major League Hacking at hack.cewit.org.
Founder & CEO, Softheon Inc.
Managing Director, SVAM International, Inc.
Product Specialist, Cisco Meraki, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Matthew Del Signore
UI Developer, 1010data
Software Developer, Global Innovation Center, Henry Schein, Inc.
VP of Marketing, Digital Fly
Advanced Software Engineer, Zebra Technologies
Chief Innovation Architect, Northwell Health
Chief Architect, CrossFlow
CTO & Director of Arts and Education at VR World
CTO, Center for Advanced Technology in Diagnostic Tools and Sensor Systems (SensorCAT), Stony Brook University
Criteria I: Innovation
Innovation - The most innovative apps are new concepts that solve a problem in a unique way with new features.
Criteria II: User Interface / User Experience
User Interface / User Experience - The best apps are intuitive, visually appealing, and designed for the intended user.
Criteria III: Overall Quality
Overall Quality - The best apps are aligned with system design and software engineering best practices and are well polished.
Criteria IV: Technical Complexity
Technical Complexity - The best apps have a sophisticated design.
Criteria V: Quality of Pitch / Project Impact
Quality of Pitch / Project Impact - The best apps have a clear business potential or broad impact (e.g., social, educational, etc.).