HackRiddle is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's premier collegiate hackathon held in Daytona Beach, FL.

Held on the beautiful campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in bright and sunny Daytona Beach, Florida, this hackathon is guaranteed to be a unique experience for all attendees. Our event partners represent big players in the aviation and aerospace industry, not to mention all kinds of software startups from Florida's rapidly growing Space Coast economy. HackRiddle just so happens to be an MLH Member Event, which entitles you to a whole host of perks and benefits just for showing up. Learn more here: https://mlh.io/about

You'll be competing against students from the smallest private universities and students from some of the largest, most well-respected universities in the entire country.

Last year, HackRiddle awarded over $2000 worth of prizes and received more than 30 project submissions in our first 24-hour hackathon. Come back this year for a bigger, better, and unbelievably innovative hacking experience like never before.

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How to enter

Registration for HackRiddle 2017 is no longer available, and submissions are only available to those that have pre-registered.


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Amy Monaham
STEM Specialist at Volusia County Schools

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Wes Milks
Principal Technical Director at Virtual Heroes, a Division of Applied Research Associates

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Leo Ghelarducci
PhD Student / Instructor for EGR101 at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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William Layne
Software Engineer at Boeing, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Alumbus

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Sean Thomas
IT Security Services, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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Vaibhav Singhal
Sr. Software Engineer at Rockwell Collins

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Mike Repko
Engineering Manager at Rockwell Collins

Judging Criteria

  • Overview
    Projects will be judged based on a variety of factors. This might include the technical complexity of your project, the depth of your idea, and more.