Introducing FutureHacks! FutureHacks is a free online coding competition where teams of up to 4 people create a project that they will present to a panel of judges for a chance to win cool prizes. This is THE event for 7-15 year old students to attend! FutureHacks will let you apply your skills to real-world problems as well as collaborate with many like-minded individuals too! FutureHacks is focused on bringing the best experience to you as a programmer, computer scientist, and problem solver! Don’t know much programming but still want to attend? Don’t worry! We will have fun and engaging coding demos that teach the basics of programming. For more information, check out our website: futurehacks.net. If you have signed up for competition, please follow the hackathon guide: https://futurehacks.net/guide


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Prizes

$504 in prizes

Arduino Kit

each participant in group gets one

Battery Bank

each participant in group gets one

Amazon Gift Cards (8)

each participant in group gets one

Nitendo Switch Lite

each participant in group gets one

Headphones

each participant in group gets one

Gaming Keyboard

each participant in group gets one

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Participants must be 7 - 15 years old. Groups are permitted, but a maximum of 4 participants per group. Each group can submit as many projects as they want.

Judges

Wanying Ding, PH.D.

Wanying Ding, PH.D.
JP Morgan

Samuel Jackson

Samuel Jackson
Student / University of Georgia

Li Liu

Li Liu
Facebook

Shuangning Liu

Shuangning Liu
Apple

Yang Liu

Yang Liu
Apple

Sokona Mangane

Sokona Mangane
Student / Bates University

Alejandro Marquez Cervantes

Alejandro Marquez Cervantes
Student / UC Berkeley

Trevor McSharry
Student / University of Tenessee

Brady Munroe

Brady Munroe
Student / Carnegie Mellon University

Jorge Orbay

Jorge Orbay
Google Brain

Qing Ping, PH.D.

Qing Ping, PH.D.
Amazon

Shaky Salimjonova

Shaky Salimjonova
Student / Princeton University

Vikram Sharma

Vikram Sharma
Student / Duke University

Ye Wang

Ye Wang
VP of Engineering, Agilis Chemicals, Inc

Bing Wu

Bing Wu
Waymo

Alex Yang

Alex Yang
Google

Miranda Zhang

Miranda Zhang
Fintech

Qiang Zhang, PH.D.

Qiang Zhang, PH.D.
AI

Buqian Zheng

Buqian Zheng
Google

Benjamin C
member / aigolearning

Steven Chi

Steven Chi
member / aigolearning

Sriram Kompella
member / aigolearning

Daniel Shen
member / aigolearning

Yuying Wang
member / aigolearning

Annie Li
member / aigolearning

Chintan Vajariya
member / aigolearning

Christina Kaddouh
member / aigolearning

Michael Walker

Michael Walker
student / Digipen Institute

Dr. Zhi Wei

Dr. Zhi Wei
Professor / NJIT

Andy Zhou
Georgia Tech

Siddarth Narayanan
member / aigolearning

Angela Chen
member / aigolearning

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    How unique is the project? Does it fit the theme?
  • Code
    Does the code run? Are there any bugs?
  • Presentation
    Does the group have a good delivery of their ideas?
  • Q&A Session
    Can the group answer the judges' questions?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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