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Hackathon Jury

 

Lauren Moores - VP, Strategy, Dstillery, USA

Kjersten Moody​ -​ Vice President Information & Analytics, Unilever, UK

 

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

2019.09.14 Nadarzyn | Premier Mateusz Morawiecki odwiedził największy w Europie Hackathon HackYeah w Nadarzynie.

 

Fot. Adam Guz / KPRM

Hackathon label post on the toy

HackNY Student Hackathon, April 9-10, 2011

 

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Scientists from IBM Research – Africa, H3ABioNet, and the University of Notre Dame hosted a hackathon at IBM’s new lab in Johannesburg to address complex biomedical research questions related to anti-malarial drug resistance.

HackNY Student Hackathon, April 9-10, 2011

 

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol,

journees de travail les differents groupes de participants et leurs intervenants "mentors" au Tank espace de coworking rue des Taillandiers a Paris.

Jour 3

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol,

journees de travail les differents groupes de participants et leurs intervenants "mentors" au Tank espace de coworking rue des Taillandiers a Paris.

Jour 3

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

hackathon openbsd (Boston) ......stacken

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol

 

Crédit : Jean-Lionel Dias / Picturetank

 

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol

 

Crédit : Jean-Lionel Dias / Picturetank

Hackathon Egalite Hommes / Femmes

Avec Mme La ministre Laurence Rossignol

 

Crédit : Jean-Lionel Dias / Picturetank

 

Waag Society organised a hackathon with Spaarne Hospital.

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Osmosoft decided to provide space for an impromtu, informal bit of geek co-working which Tom wrote up rather nicely. I did more chatting than hacking, but came away very inspired, in particular to play with print and paper tech.

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

Photo credit: Elena Olivo

Copyright: NYU Photo Bureau

 

The Fall 2010 Student Hackathon brought in hundreds of students from 30 universities to NYU's Courant Institute for 24 hours of creative hacking on New York City startups' APIs.

 

Selected startups presented their technologies at the beginning of the event, and students formed groups to brainstorm and begin coding on their ideas. Many students worked into the night, foregoing sleep to fulfill their visions.

 

On Sunday afternoon students presented their projects to an audience including a judging panel, which selected the final winners.

 

hackNY hosts hackathons one each semester, as well as a Summer Fellows Program, which pairs quantitative and computational students with startups which can demonstrate a strong mentoring environment, a problem for a student to work on, a person to mentor them, and a place for them to work. Startups selected to host a student are expected to compensate student Fellows. Students enjoy free housing together and a pedagogical lecture series to introduce them to the ins and outs of joining and founding a startup.

 

For more information on hackNY's initiatives, please visit www.hackNY.org and follow us on twitter @hackNY

The official shirt for the ApacheCon US 2006 Hackathon.

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