Come hack at Georgetown University! 36 hours to learn, collaborate, code, and innovate with fellow hackers.

Hoya Hacks is Georgetown's premier hackathon. We are gathering 300 talented students for 36-hours this winter to build and innovate in both software and hardware, as part of a larger technological revolution at Georgetown.

No experience necessary. We invite you to come learn something new!

View full rules

Eligibility

Participant Eligibility

  • You are a student over the age of 18 (Georgetown students are eligible regardless of age)
  • You have received an invitation to Hoya Hacks
  • You have confirmed your attendance to Hoya Hacks

 

Requirements

A link to a github is required.

Judges

No avatar 100

Joshua Meredith

No avatar 100

Michael Abel
Dell Services Federal Government

No avatar 100

David Anderson
Repperio

No avatar 100

Beth Ann Bergsmark
Georgetown University

No avatar 100

Buddy Berhard
Local Motors

No avatar 100

Buddy Berhard
Local Motors

No avatar 100

Andrew Berkowitz
Tradeversity

No avatar 100

Scott Durrant
LMI

No avatar 100

Tyler Gray
Gray Street Solutions

No avatar 100

Mark Greynolds
SAP America, Inc

No avatar 100

Rosemary Kilkenny
Georgetown University

No avatar 100

Rosemary Kilkenny
Georgetown University

No avatar 100

Daniel Marshall
Beeck Center for Impact and Innovation

No avatar 100

Judd Nicholson
Georgetown University

No avatar 100

Nicholas Oki
General Assembly

No avatar 100

Marcio Rosas
Georgetown University School of Medicine

No avatar 100

Mikah Sellers
Grafik

No avatar 100

Lisa Singh
Georgetown University

No avatar 100

Jean Stanford
Georgetown University

No avatar 100

Michael Stanford
Del Rey Analytics

No avatar 100

Vincent Stanford
NIST/U.S. Dept. of Commerce

No avatar 100

Art Taryan
First Data

No avatar 100

Scott Thompson
Foresight CFO

No avatar 100

Taylor Wan
FiscalNote

No avatar 100

Maxim Wheatley
LifeFuels / Phoresis Medical

No avatar 100

Conway Yao
FiscalNote

Judging Criteria

  • Originality
    How innovative is this project?
  • Practicality
    To what extent does this project solve a real problem?
  • Polish
    How well-built is the project?
  • Technical Difficulty
    How challenging was this project to build?