.hack(); 2021 aids innovative minds breathe life into their visions, experience the thrill of working together on problems that keep them on the edge of their seats and learn from skilled and acclaimed mentors and their own colleagues. We bring to you a hacking culture that is open to all students, irrespective of age, experience in coding and whatsoever because we value your enthusiasm and your love for technology and aim to bring before you the best hackathon experience you can get. Get ready to think out of the box and put your problem solving skills to test as you hack alongside some of the most brilliant minds from around the globe, all unified under the roof of .hack(); 2021.
Hack The Time # This is the tentative timeline for .hack(); 2021
Problem Statements Release Starts
Final Problem Statement Released
Participants receive confirmation mails
Preliminary Abstract Submission
Competiton ends and winners announced
Life on Land
Actions to reduce the loss of natural habitats and biodiversity and support global food and water security, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and peace and security.
Affordable and Clean Energy
Solutions that encourage alternative energy sources and upgrades technology to provide clean energy sources that encourage both growth and helps the environment.
Sustainable Cities and Communities
Solutions that make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
Rewind hack 20
We are what we remember. If we lose our memory, we lose our identity which is, in fact, an accumulation of our experiences. So let's take a walk down memory lane and revisit all those moments of fun, coding and the bonds we formed together at .hack(); '20.
“.hack(); was my first ever hackathon and it helped me get to know many students from different colleges and universities who had some really astonishing ideas. It helped me learn something and realise that I had to develop my skills and that's my biggest take away from .hack(). ”
“I had participated in multiple other hackathons before, and .hack(); was special because my team won 2nd prize. There were a few talks to inspire us at the beginning of the hackathon. All the teams were very competitive and had high standards. The event was well organized, and the volunteers kept us active throughout the whole event. ”
“Before this, I had a common misconception that a hackathon only involves coding for an entire day. In actual fact, not all hackathons are about coding, as the main aim of a hackathon is problem solving. .hack(); really helped me learn new technologies and meet new people. We experimented with many new concepts and achieved the second prize! ”
“My team and I had a lot of fun developing our prototype and it was a wonderful opportunity to learn and improve our knowledge. The program was well planned and properly executed, which is something MACE SB can be proud of considering that it is definitely not an easy task to pull off an event at this scale. The event not only allowed us to bond as a team but also network with a lot of other students from various parts of kerala. ”