Build Something Awesome
Revolution UC is open to all high school, undergraduate and graduate students, including freshmen! You don't have to attend the University of Cincinnati; you don't have to be a computer science major or even an engineering student, though you should have some coding or engineering experience. You aren't required to have ever attended a hackathon before: we will have tech talks beforehand so you can ramp up quickly. You can come with a team or come alone. We will have sessions to help people find team members and/or form teams, as well as an idea workshops to help people think of ideas to work on for the hackathon.
Up to 4 Nexus 7s and 1 year WolframAlpha Pro and Mathematica and GitHub TShirt
Up to 4 Pebbles and 1 year WolframAlpha Pro and Mathematica and GitHub TShirts
Up to 4 64GB Flash Drive and 1 year WolframAlpha Pro and Mathematica and GitHub TShirts
iPad Mini or Amazon gift cards
Nexus or Amazon gift cards
Project that most improves UC Student Experience
Lunch with Dean Lim & 3D-printed models of McMicken
Best Newbie Hack
- Participants: Any University or High School Student
- Teams: 1-4 Members
- Hacks that are started before aren't elibgible for the grand prizes
- Hacks that are started before are eligible for hackers choice, but progress that was made ahead of the hackathon must be clrearly noted on the homepage/github of the hack ahead of time
- Hacks that are started before must be submitted on the appropriate channels (TBA)
Professor Computer Science | University of Cincinnati
President-Executive Office | University of Cincinnati
UC Mobile App Lab | University of Cincinnati
Director of Engineering
Would the application have real social impact? Can it change the world, or at least help someone in your community? Does the project have a wow factor?
Is the solution novel? Does it solve a problem in a creative or never-seen-before way?
Did the participant(s) solve a hard technical problem? Did they get a working demo completed within the allotted time?