January 13 - 15th, 2023
Please take a moment to read through our FAQ section below. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will be run according to the MLH Code of Conduct.
(Returning hackers can scroll down to the bottom of the registration form and click "Sign In" to acces the Hack@WPI dashboard)
06:00 PM Doors Open / Check-In Begins
06:30 PM Opening Ceremony Begins
07:30 PM Opening Ceremony Ends - Start Brainstorming and Team-Forming!
07:30 PM Team Formation Activity (in-person only)
12:30 AM In-person venue closes for the night
09:00 AM Breakfast
01:00 PM Lunch
06:00 PM Dinner
09:00 AM Breakfast
11:00 AM Project Submission Deadline (Upload to DevPost!)
02:00 PM Closing Ceremony and Awards
04:00 PM Event end - in-person venue closes
Due to updated COVID-19 protocols, no food or beverages of any kind will be permitted at the event venue. We will be providing snack packs for WPI participants to pick up and eat at home. We will also be providing coupons to all U.S. based participants to order food to their place of residence - details on this will be announced at the opening ceremony!
WPI students commuting to campus who are unable to return to their place of residence to eat are encouraged to reach out to us at email@example.com to discuss accommodations.
WPI students who are compliant with WPI's COVID testing protocol can attend the event in-person in the top floor of the Rubin Campus Center.
All other participants (e.g. participants from other schools, states, etc.) may only participate in Hack@WPI 2022 virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions.
You do not need to know how to code in order to participate! Hack@WPI 2022 is open to all kinds of STEAM disciplines, and we encourage both software and hardware hacks. This means the event isn't limited to just CS majors or programmers -- practically anybody can participate.
Tools, hardware and machines are available to WPI students in the Makerspace in the Innovation Studio; students should see makerspace.wpi.edu for more details.
Virtual participants will need to find their own tools, hardware, and machines to utilize for the hackathon.
Teams can range anywhere from 1 to 5 people.
(For teams of WPI students also participating in the Social Innovation Challenge, please note that you must have a team size of at least 2 per their event requirements)
Due to updated COVID-19 protocols, we are required to vacate the building at the end of the night on Friday and Saturday. If this is an issue, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or DM an organizer via Slack to discuss accommodations.
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