QuHacks is a day-long hackathon by students, for students. Join us for a day of creation, innovation, and fun with fellow middle and high schoolers interested in coding!

Discover your ability to create change by developing technology to solve real-world problems, attend workshops, and meet some new friends. We can't wait to see you there!

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Prizes

$890 in prizes

Overall - 1st Place

$50 per person on the winning team

Overall - 2nd Place

$35 per person on the winning team

Overall - 3rd Place

$20 per person on the winning team

Best in Communication

$15 per person on the winning team

Best in Education

$15 per person on the winning team

Best in Entertainment

$15 per person on the winning team

Sponsor Prize: Best Use of echoAR

Build the best AR/VR application using the echoAR platform! The winning team will receive a $50.

Novice Division

$30 per person on the 1st place team
$20 per person on the 2nd place team
$10 per person on the 3rd place team

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

You are eligible to participate in QuHacks 2020 if you currently attend school (middle or high school) in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, or DC, and reside in one of those states (or DC). If you are homeschooled, you are eligible to compete if you reside in one of those states (or DC). Please contact us at freddy@quhacks.tech if you have any questions.

Requirements

TBA

Judges

Gautam Mittal

Gautam Mittal

Sam Shen

Sam Shen

Charles Xu

Charles Xu

Michael Pautov

Judging Criteria

  • Idea Definition
    Ideas should be clear and specific.
  • Idea Uniqueness
    Ideas should be unique and original solutions; they must be out-of-the-box hacks.
  • Solution Design & Creativity
    Does the program demonstrate thoughtful and creative design? Is the UI effective? Solutions should be well-designed. (Bonus for aesthetically pleasing OR advanced technical aspects.)
  • Functionality
    Does the product the product work? Does it fulfill its intended purpose?