Calling all Hackers, Builders & Makers

iNTUition is the only student-run 24-hour hackathon at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore! In the spirit of true hacking, there are no themes or limits to the hacks.

If you're a student in any educational institution in Singapore or South-East Asia, and are passionate about learning new technologies, building awesome projects and meeting like-minded hackers, we want you here!

It's happening on the 14th & 15th of October at Nanyang Technological University and it's completely free to attend!

You can find out more and sign up at http://intuition.ieeentu.com!

If you have questions feel free to email us at ieeentuchapter@gmail.com or shoot us a message at our Facebook page.

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Eligibility

This event is open to students of all educational levels. 

  • Students enrolled in educational institutions.
  • Students awaiting entry into an education institution - example: NSFs.

Requirements

Build anything new. We're open to all ideas. However, you must have a prototype. Slides-only submissions are a big No-No.

Judges

Ursula Chiang

Ursula Chiang
Director, Head of Professional Services APAC, PayPal

Andrew Gregovic

Andrew Gregovic
Architect/Engineer, Consumer Financial Services,PayPal

Jiin Joo Ong

Jiin Joo Ong
CTO & Co-founder, Garuda Robotics

Shantanu Gupta

Shantanu Gupta
Software Engineer, Google

Luther Goh

Luther Goh
Co-founder, 12Geeks

Sanjeev Malik

Sanjeev Malik
Managing Director, APAC Head of Technology and Operations, BlackRock

Gary Bigley

Gary Bigley
Managing Director, Head of Global Digital Workplace, BlackRock

Sarah Percy-Dove

Sarah Percy-Dove
Managing Director, Head of APAC Fixed Income Research, BlackRock

Judging Criteria

  • Technical Difficulty
    How objectively difficult were the technologies used to build the hack? Was it a combination of simple frameworks or something more challenging to master? Bonus marks for solutions requiring a niche skill set or immense background/domain knowledge.
  • Creativity
    Was the problem solved something completely new or un-touched? Was the solution to it novel or innovative, regardless of the problem itself being common? Was the use of various technologies together creative or previously unseen?
  • Polish
    Based on the problem they set themselves, how complete was their solution? We don't expect production-ready products, but we also don't want wireframes or slides either.
  • Impressiveness
    How impressed were you by the project, overall? If someone told you about this project, would you want to look into it further?