HackCWRU brings together the brightest and most creative students to promote unrestricted technological innovation. Hosted at Case Western Reserve University, over 150 students will spend 36 hours bringing their imagination into the real world. Attendees will work with peers, mentors, company sponsors, and a whole suite of rapid prototyping equipment. From 3d printers to pcb routers to fully blown wood and metal shops, Sears think[box] has it all. Don't be intimidated, however. You don't have to know what you're doing to attend. If you are new to hackathons, we look forward to introducing you to a world of creation. Lastly, at HackCWRU we abide by and enforce MLH's Code of Conduct.
Open to all highschoolers and college students.
Others may participate but are not eligible for prizes.
$7,844 in prizes
USG Most Helpful to Student Life
Most innovative use of technology.
Prize: 4 Bluetooth Speakers
Most Ridiculous Hack
Prize: 4 bluetooth speakers
Most Musical Hack
HitchHacker's Guide to the Galaxy Prize
Most Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy themed
4 Not-Quite-Tea Makers (Travel MiniPressos)
4 luxurious towels
Best Automated Project
Sponsored by Rockwell Automation
Best Use of Amazon Web Services
-4 1 TB Dell Hard Drives
Best Use of Domain.com
- 4 Redboards
- 4 Domain.com swag bags
Best project created by a team with a beginner (first hackathon) on it
Prize: 4 Dell Venue 10 tablets
Gaverick Memorial Award
for best hardware hack
-4 $25 Adafruit giftcards
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
We suggest you submit your project at least one hour before the deadline.
Most Helpful To Student Life
Most Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy/ SciFi Themed
Best Hardware Hack
Best Project with a Beginner Team Member (first Hackathon)