A beginner-friendly, 12-hour hackathon held at UC Riverside.
Here's a short and sweet hackathon for beginners and veterans alike. Cutie Hack promises to be welcoming of all skill levels and hack ideas. Come and build whatever you can imagination!
- Participants: Any admitted student
- Teams: Team membership is capped at 4 members
It is the responsibility of the teams to opt in to judging criteria categories on Devpost.
Assistant Professor at UC Riverside (Graduate level Networks, Virtual Reality)
Assistant Professor at UC Riverside (Formal Languages and Automata, Natural Language Processing)
Assistant Professor at UC Riverside (Introduction to Data Mining, Advanced Data Mining Techniques)
Software Engineer at Google. Former director of Citrus Hack. UC Riverside - Class of 2015.
Senior Director of Development for BCOE, UC Riverside
UC Riverside Computer Science PhD Candidate (GPUs, Machine Learning)
Cutie Hack 2018 must be the first hackathon for the majority of the team. (3 out of 4, or 2 out of 3)
The project must utilize external hardware.
The project has a clean, easy-to-use interface. Design is an important aspect here.
Awarded to the most impressive hack overall, beginners and veterans alike.
Awarded to the most impressive runner-up hack, beginners and veterans alike.
The project shows exceptional use of a .tech domain