AtlasHacks



AtlasHacks is a 36 hour, online hackathon. We're inviting everyone to innovate. Work in teams or fly solo to create your next aspiring software or hardware projects.



Schedule (PST):



Saturday, June 27th


8:00 AM: Hacking Begins

1:30 PM: echoAR Workshop

4:30 PM: FLEO Workshop

Sunday, June 28th


8:00 PM: Hacking Ends

(Results announced 7/5 at 6 PM)

Sponsors






Interested in Sponsoring? Check out our:


Sponsorship Prospectus

Meet the Team


Nishant Ray

Nishant Ray

Technology Director
Pranav Harakere

Pranav Harakere

Operations Director
Loden Campbell

Loden Campbell

Outreach Director
Michael Chian

Michael Chian

Logistics Director

Mentors



Andrea Wu

University of California Berkeley

Google, Firebase


  • HTML/CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Java
  • Python
  • Firebase
  • GCP
  • Flutter
  • Android
  • (none)
  • Angular
  • React
  • Vue
  • Node




Markos Georghiades

University of Waterloo

  • C++
  • HTML/CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Python
  • (none)
  • GCP
  • Solidity
  • MongoDB
  • Node.js/Express

Garry Fanata

University of California Irvine

  • HTML/CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Java
  • Python
  • iOS (Swift)
  • MySQL
  • ReactJS
  • PHP
  • (none)

Frequently Asked Questions


What is AtlasHacks?


AtlasHacks is a 36 hour, digital hackathon. We're inviting everyone to innovate. Work in teams or fly solo to create your next aspiring software or hardware projects.

Why "Atlas"?


Atlas is a Greek titan who is encumbered with the weight of the world. In light of Covid-19, we felt it would be a fitting name for our hackathon which promotes making a project to avail society and ease the burden from the world.

Who Can Attend?


Anybody can attend AtlasHacks! We do not have any restrictions on registration, meaning that all of you are invited to participate!

When & Where will AtlasHacks be Hosted?


AtlasHacks will be hosted completely online on Devpost! Hacking will take place from 8:00 AM PST on 6/27 to 8:00 PM PST on 6/28!

Will There Be Prizes?


Yes! There will be gift card prizes for the first, second, and third place teams, along with the best hardware and Covid-19 hack. Refer to our Devpost page to find more information.

Can We Use Pre-Written Code?


No, you cannot use pre-written code. All projects must be fully made within the given time period. However, you are allowed to use open-source libraries and APIs.

Does AtlasHacks Cost Money?


No, AtlasHacks is completely free of charge! Additionally, you will have the chance to win cool prizes!

How Do We Submit Our Projects?


Submissions will be made on Devpost by 6/28 at 8:00 PM PST. Don’t forget to create a demonstration video that is at most 3 minutes, which should be included in your submission.

Have any other questions?
Contact us at [email protected]