- 28. 2. 20, Friday - 29. 2. 20, Saturday
- free entry
- Fakulta informačních technologií ČVUT
For the first time in the history of FIT ČVUT, the doors of research laboratories will open as part of the HackFIT – 24-hour hackathon focused on the topics of virtual reality, artificial intelligence, robotics, and open data work. And it will be spectacular! Do you have an idea, but you haven’t had time or opportunity for realizing it? You will then have a clear task of creating a team of three to five students, using the faculty’s technology, absorbing the mentors’ know-how and winning one of the three categories.
The event is open to all high school and university students. Participants can also register as individuals, and teams can be created at the beginning of the event. Experienced mentors from among researchers and practitioners will be available during the event, providing technical, business and presentation advice.
Admission is free and refreshments will be provided throughout the event. In addition, you will be able to enjoy a nightly screening of films in the SAGELab lab. Capacity is filling, so hurry to make your registration!
Registration and more information – here. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.
Friday, February 28, 2020
13:30 – Registration of participants
14:00 – Introduction to the organization
14:30 – Short presentation of individual topics from guarantors
15:15 – Individual mentoring on individual topics
16:30 – Start hacking
18:00 – Dinner
24:00 – Midnight snack
Saturday, February 29, 2020
8:00 – Breakfast
12:30 – Lunch
16:30 – End of hacking and snack
17:00 – Presentation before the jury
19:00 – Evaluation and conclusion of the evening
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