HackHarvard 2019: Connecting the Dots

Welcome to HackHarvard 2019! Join us for the fifth iteration of HackHarvard, a 36-hour hackathon hosted on Harvard University's historic campus. 

This year, our theme is connecting the dots. Let creativity and innovation blossom as you push the intersection between technology and society forward. Allow your vision to fly free and flourish as ideas bridge across fields and disciplines in ways you’ve never imagined. Today, technology is tightly intertwined with everything around us. At HackHarvard 2019, we want you to connect the dots, and we can’t wait to see how you do it.

As Steve Jobs once said: “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future… Because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart even when it leads you off the well worn path; and that will make all the difference.”

For more info, check our website www.hackharvard.io.

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Judges

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Rameshkumar Jatiya
John Hancock

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Byron Glueck
John Hancock

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Jamie Caines
Harvard SEAS Society of Women Engineers, President

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Sruthi Palaniappan
Harvard Undergraduate Council, President

No avatar 100

Diane Williams
MIT/Harvard, EdTech Entrepreneur

No avatar 100

Shereen Bellamy
Intel

No avatar 100

Nathan Wu
Harvard Undergraduate Capital Partners, President

No avatar 100

Juliana Rogoff
Harvard University

No avatar 100

William Drew
Harvard University

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Jacob Khan
Harvard Extension School

No avatar 100

Leo Shao
Harvard University

No avatar 100

Kendall Weistroffer
MIT Lincoln Laboratory

No avatar 100

Shriank Kanaparti
Harvard University

No avatar 100

Austin Li
Harvard University

No avatar 100

Shaan Singh
Harvard University

No avatar 100

Riley McDermott
Harvard University

No avatar 100

Fianko Buckle
Harvard University

No avatar 100

Cory Levy
First Text, Founder

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
  • Depth
  • Design
  • Usability
  • Technical Difficulty