The Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) will host the inaugural Hack@CEWIT, an 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 square-foot, next-generation research and education facility at Stony Brook University.
The 43-hour hack will be held February 17 through February 19, 2017, featuring an interactive speaker series; hands-on, deep-dive workshops; industry hacker guru program; games; multimedia experiences and opportunities for recruitment. Top industry prizes will be given for the most intuitive, most learning (0-100), most original and most ambitious IoT hacks in the areas of IoT Productivity, Smart Home, Health and Fitness, Dev Board, Gaming, VR, Visual Arts and Voice.
Hack@CEWIT is open to all Long Island and New York City undergraduate and graduate students, limited to 150 hackers. For more information and student pre-registration, visit cewit.org/hack.