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ABOUT THE
HACKATHON

OxfordHack is a hackathon that brings creative minds together to solve challenging problems. Whether you want to build an app, game, website, or simply tinker with hardware, we will provide you the space and the support of our mentors to make your idea come true! Over a course of a weekend, you will have a chance to meet amazing people, push your limits, and unleash your potential.

Don’t let such an opportunity to slip through your hands and apply!

Schedule

09.00 AM

Registration

Foyer

10.00 AM

Welcome talk

L1

11.00 AM

Team Matchmaking

L1

12.00 PM

~HACKING BEGINS~

Whole Institute

01.00 PM

Lunch

Cafe

02.00 PM

Microsoft Workshop

L3

02.45 PM

Amazon Workshop

L3

03.30 PM

Visa Workshop

L3

06.00 PM

Dinner

Cafe

08.00 PM

!Light Game

L3

10.00 PM

Battleship

C2

12.00 AM

Midnight snack

Cafe

08.30 AM

Breakfast

Cafe

12.00 PM

~HACKING ENDS~

Whole Institute

12.00 PM

Lunch

Cafe

01.00 PM

Project Presentations

Whole Institute

03.30 PM

Finalists' Presentations

L1

05.15 PM

Awards

L1

06.00 PM

Closing Note

L1

SPONSORS

PLATINUM

Gold

Silver

bronze

PARTNERS

FAQ

Oxford Hack 2018 will be held 9 am on the 24th November at the Mathematical Institute, Woodstock Rd, Oxford OX2 6GG.
Coders over the age of 18 can apply to attend the Hack.
No – there will be time at the start of the event of meet everyone and form teams. You can even hack solo if you want to!
Teams have to be made up of 1 to 4 coders.
Absolutely nothing. Oxford Hack 2018 is completely free to attend! We will provide WiFi, meals and the workspace for the event.
All attendees must bring a valid ID for admission. Other common checklist items include: laptops, sleeping bags, chargers, and toiletries.
Meals are provided free of charge to all participants. There will be scheduled meal times throughout the event, held in the Mathematical Institute Cafe, located on the Mezzanine Floor of the Andrew Wiles Building. We have designated sleeping zones organised within the Mathematical Institute.
Projects will be judged on creativity, practicality, technical difficulty and polish by a panel of industry judges. And don’t worry, the IP for whatever you come up with is all yours!
We’re here to help! Send us an email at team@oxfordhack.uk and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.