43-Hour IoT and Microservices Hack, President's Day Weekend 2017, The Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) at Stony Brook University
Hack@CEWIT is the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT)’s inaugural region-wide, interdisciplinary student hackathon focusing on industry-relevant internet of things (IoT) and microservices challenges to advance enterprising, student-powered software solutions in the Center’s 100,000 s.f., next-generation research and education facility at Stony Brook University.
Hack@CEWIT is a 43-hour hack over President’s Day Weekend 2017 featuring an interactive speaker series, hands-on, deep-dive workshops, industry hacker guru programs games, multimedia experiences, and opportunities for recruitment with top industry prizes for the most intuitive, most learning (0-100), most original, and most ambitious IoT hacks.
A Lab to Marketplace Approach: Hack@CEWIT is designed in conjunction with our core industry partners, sponsors, and member entrepreneurs to select scenarios that will have a direct, real-world application to their product portfolios.
Open to: Stony Brook University, Long Island, and NYC Colleges and Universities: Undergraduate and Graduate Students. Max 4 per team, 150 total hackers. Stony Brook University students will be given top priority to participate in Hack@CEWIT.
Founder & CEO, Softheon Inc.
Founder & CEO, Digital Fly; VP of Software and Business Development, Intelligent Product Solutions (IPS)
CTO, Center for Advanced Technology in Diagnostic Tools and Sensor Systems (SensorCAT), Stony Brook University
Creative Researcher, The Office for Creative Research, Brooklyn Research;
IoT Solutions Specialist, Cisco Systems Inc.
Founder & CEO, Mobileware Inc.
Sr. Principal Product Manager, Accelerator East,, CA Technologies
Development Manager, Dental Lab Software Division and the Global Innovation Center, Henry Schein, Inc.
Hack@CEWIT will evaluate projects on metrics centered around innovation, originality, creativity, and entrepreneurial ambitiousness, as well as application to real-world product portfolios.
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.).