First ever Science Hackathon in India!

 Science, an investment and operating company based in Los Angeles, CA is going to organise its first ever Hackathon in India.

You'll get to work with SpringRole - the fastest growing recruiting marketplace, Delicious - the world's first bookmarking service, HelloSociety - the influencer-powered pinterest marketing and HiQ - a locksreen app to unlock your IQ.

The hackathon will start at 9am on 24th January and end at 9pm on 25th Jan. (so you can take off the entire republic day). We'll provide good home cooked food and drinks to keep you hydrated and energetic throughout the event.

All participants will get an exclusive Science T Shirt and swag from our companies!

  Each team will also get $100 AWS credits.

 

Click here to apply. Thanks!

 

View full rules

Eligibility

  • You need to have your own hardware - laptop, power cords and any hardware you want to use.
  • You need to have basic programming knowledge
  • Prior hackathon experience is a plus

Requirements

1. If you have an idea and you want to work on it, then it should be

  • creative
  • innovative
  • practical and useful.

You can use any of the Science portfolio companies APIs. Our API partners are:

2. Your submission must be one of the following:

  • iOS Mobile App
  • Android Mobile App
  • Web App
  • Hardware hack

3. While submitting the app you should be ready with the demo/presentation for the pitch. Please note: Your app should be properly tested before presentation.

 

How to enter

Just fill the following Registration Form and submit.

Science India Hackathon 2015

Thats it. We will send a confirmation mail to confirm your participation. Thanks!

Judges

Mike Jones

Mike Jones
CEO, Science Inc.

James Hicks

James Hicks
Asset Manager at Science Inc.

Adam Huie

Adam Huie
Head of Mobile at Science Inc.

Judging Criteria

  • Innovation
    How creative is the solution? How much risk-taking or innovation was involved?
  • Usefulness
    Does the solution solve a real problem? Is it a good candidate for incubation?
  • Relevance
    How relevant is the hack to Science or Science portfolio companies?