Hack. Design. Innovate. November 2015 @ Harvard
HackHarvard is an interdisclipinary hackathon hosted by and held at Harvard University. Join over 500 undergraduate students for a weekend of hacking, delicious food, and $wag. Make new friends, solve problems, and meet top tech companies. This hackathon is geared towards exploring interdisciplinary approaches to solving problems, whether it be in the government or health sector. Hack away!
$12,450 in prizes
HackHarvard Grand Prize
Grand Prize winner of HackHarvard. Each team member receives a hoverboard!
HackHarvard First Runner Up
First runner up winner of HackHarvard. Dell Venue 10 Tablet for every team member, sponsored by MLH.
Education Category Winner
Winner of the education field. Each team member receives a GoPro!
International Development Category Winner
Winner of the international development field. Each team member receives a GoPro!
Government and Finance Category Winner
Winner of the government and finance field. Each team member receives a GoPro!
Biotechnology and Health Category Winner
Winner of the biotechnology and health field. Each team member receives a GoPro!
Pure CS + Other Category Winner
Winner of the pure computer science and other field. Each team member receives a GoPro!
Best use of Microsoft API
Best use of Microsoft Azure API receives prize.
Best use of Capital One API
$250 Amazon gift cards to every team member.
Best use of Wolfram API
$100, a Raspberry Pi Kit, and 1 year subscription of Wolfram Tech for every team member
Wolfram Overall Winner
One year of Wolfram Development Platform and one year of Wolfram|Alpha Pro for every team member.
Best use of Facebook API
Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition for every team member.
Best use of AWS (MLH)
1TB Hard Drive for every team member, sponsored by MLH.
Best Domain Name (MLH)
Arduino Red Boards and swag bags for every team member, sponsored by MLH.
How to enter
To submit, please send details of the hack as well as images of the hack. If you are submitting for a category, please specify the category. Live links and video are highly encouraged!
Peter Boyce II
How do you define and solve the problem in an innovative, novel way?
What technical challenges did you have to overcome?
Ease of Use
How smooth is the user experience?
How useful is your hack to the world?