Project Submission

Devpost is being used for our submission system. The "registration" for this event on DevPost is separate from your registration at sbhacks.com. You must be registered and checked in with our sbhacks.com (MyMLH) system in order for your registration and submission to count on DevPost.

There are 2 main steps to submitting on DevPost

  1. Title & descibribe your project, assembling presentation mateirals
  2. Complete your hackathon submision (where you select the challenges you are going for)

You can edit you submission up until hacking ends at 9:30am on Sunday.

We will assign you a table to present on when you checkin your team/project in the foyer between 9:30 and 10am. Unless you have a large setup (such as the team with the 3D printer) your table should be cleared before you come to "check in" you project in the foyer. 

If you are in the upstairs GSA lounge please move into Corwin Pavillion as soon as hacking ends. All judging will occur there. 

Note that DevPost offers more features than we are utilizing. Most communication will still happen over Slack (#submission channel) and via the microphone. More info on the challenges can be found at sbhacks.com/prizes. 

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Eligibility

Participants must be students or have graduated college within the past year.

How to enter

Registration was done online via MyMLH and is now closed - you should have been checked in at the door. Use DevPost to enter your team and project.

Judges

Ben Y Zhao

Ben Y Zhao
Professor of Computer Science, UC Santa Barbara

John Greathouse

John Greathouse
UCSB Technology Management Program, Partner of Rincon Venture Partners

Tobias Hollerer

Tobias Hollerer
Professor of Computer Science, UC Santa Barbara

Evan Hynes

Evan Hynes
Head of Community, Makeschool