TEAM UP. BUILD. WIN

TEAM UP. BUILD. WIN

3rd Hackathon at the Technical University of Munich

 

hackaTUM 2018 is here!! 

It's gonna be HUGE!

  • More than 700 applicants
  • 30 volunteers
  • 22 sponsors
  • 9 cool tracks

AMAZING COOL PRIZES TO WIN !!!

Join us this year from 16th to 18th November 2018 at the FMI building of Technical University of Munich, Garching Campus. Show your coding skills, work with our sponsors, meet new people, exchange ideas, build something new, and get awesome prizes.

During the event, enjoy delicious food, snacks, and drinks all day long.

Participate in fun events conducted by organizers and sponsors.

Please make sure you have access to hackatum2018.slack.com 

All event notifications will be published on slack.

Find more information here: hack.tum.de 

Looking forward to seeing you at the event !!

View full rules

Eligibility

Please go through our terms and waiver agreement.

All participants are requested to sign this form while collecting your badges at the entrance of the event.

Requirements

You need to submit your projects before the deadline (Sat Nov 17, 2018 at 18:00 EST)

 

  1. One person from each team will Enter a Submission (which is a button you'll see after you Register for hackatum18 on Devpost). Where it asks you to add your teammates' email addresses, make sure to use the same ones they used to create their Devpost accounts.
  2. Make your submission pages attractive for the judges.
  3. Submit early and include as much information as you can, so you won't be rushed toward the end. You can add screenshots, videos, idea summary, technologies used, link to the deployed prototype, etc. Please look at some of the previously published submissions for inspiration.
  4. And remember, you can keep updating your project until 10:00 am on Sun Nov 18, 2018. 

During the pitch sessions, you can use presentation slides/videos to present your ideas to judges. Further information regarding the time duration and judging process will be communicated over Slack.

Judges

Anton Brass
Iteratec

Franz-Joseph Busch

Franz-Joseph Busch
Sixt

MArco Baldauf
Deutsche Telekom

Wolfgang	Glock

Wolfgang Glock
Landeshauptstadt München

Thomas Baumgarth

Thomas Baumgarth
Zeiss

Tomas Tulka
Zeiss

Carsten Meyer

Carsten Meyer
Zeiss

Aleander Niggebaum

Aleander Niggebaum
Ledvance

Shailen Sobhee

Shailen Sobhee
Intel

Severine Habert
Intel

No avatar 100

Stephan Tschajka
Intel

No avatar 100

Jun-Ho Song
Intel

No avatar 100

Aleksandra Borowiecka
Intel

No avatar 100

Sophia Wilde
Intel

Uwe Liess

Uwe Liess
Ledvance

Daniel Stahr

Daniel Stahr
Iteratec

Judging Criteria

  • Innovation / Ambition
    Was the idea unique or had a different take on an existing/similar app? What was added to the app that made it special or more useful? Was the idea behind the app ambitious? Creative? How well did the app execute upon the theme/category chosen?
  • User Interface / User Experience
    Does the UI of the app look professional/fun, or is it sloppy? Is the app easy to use? Does the workflow of the app make sense, is it intuitive?
  • Overall Quality
    Does the app work completely from start to finish? Were any bugs encountered during the presentation? Was the most critical feature successfully implemented? Did the team scope their app's features well given the time frame?
  • Quality of the presentation
    How well prepared were the presenters? Were the presenters able to communicate their idea to the audience? How was the overall presentation?