Where is HackGT 6?
The event will take place on Georgia Tech's campus in the Klaus Advanced Computing Building.
How does registration work?
Register here. The deadline for participants who need travel reimbursement is August 14th, 2019. The deadline for other participants is September 20th, 2019. Applications for mentors and volunteers will open in September.
What should I bring?
Bring your laptop, charger, headphones, and anything else you need. We'll supply hardware, meals, snacks.
Who is eligible to participate?
Any student over the age of 18 enrolled in a college or university is allowed to participate. Teams can be up to four members - you can register with your team when you apply, any time after you're accepted, or create a team at the event! If you are younger than 18, but a Georgia Tech student, you can still participate.
Who is eligible to mentor/volunteer?
Anyone can mentor or volunteer. If you are interested in helping participants through their projects, then apply as a mentor. If you are interested in helping us run the event, then apply as a volunteer.
Do I need any experience to apply?
No! Experience is not required. Hackathons are open environments for everyone. You can see projects submitted last year here.
Are there any costs?
HackGT provides food, swag, mentors, and more. Everything at the event is free thanks to our sponsors! Travel reimbursement up to $300 is available - just apply by August 14th, 2019 and fill out the travel reimbursement portion of the application. Volunteers and mentors are not eligible for travel reimbursement.
Can I use past projects?
True to the spirit of hackathons, you may not submit your past projects to HackGT.
Do projects need to be themed?
No, you can make anything. Sponsors challenges will be released soon.