Join us for 36 hours of coding, hardware hacking and free food!
HopHacks is a student run, 36 hour Hackathon at the Johns Hopkins University. This event brings engineers, designers and entrepreneurs together to explore new ideas, compete for prizes, and create amazing applications. It allows skilled students to showcase their hard work and knowledge. The great applications students build in the 36 hours are meant to be the starting point for world changing ideas.
Any university student, regardless of university, may participate. Graduate and undergraduate students from all departments and divisions are welcome.
At the end of the hackathon, your team can submit a project on ChallengePost. Your project will then be judged during your 2 minute presentation during our scheduled presentation time.
How to enter
To participate in HopHacks you must be registered through hophacks.com.
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Judges will rate how polished your product and code looks, so make sure you submit the neat stuff!
Judges will rate how well your product fills its intended need.
Judge will rate how unique and innovative your idea is.
Judges will rate how advanced your design and execution is, so don't be modest!