Hackathon Projects

  • ASU's Southwest Hacks

  • Studiosus | Mar 2017
  • We help students connect with their classmates to create study groups. A user would register for an account using their university email address. The user could edit their profile to include a picture, bio, courses/classes, learning styles, preferred study group size, noise factor, and study locations. The user can edit settings to search for other students based on course/class, study group size, and study locations. On the discover panel, other student profiles would appear. If two users "like" each other's profiles, a match will occur. The students can then chat with each other to coordinate a study group session. You can view the detailed project description and app mocks on our HackerEarth submission page.
    • Software: Node, Express.JS, Jade.JS, HTML, Mongo.
    • Project Accomplishments: mean stack structure, database for user account data, skeleton of desired UI features.
    • My contribution: app planning; mock design; wrote code for UI features (warning messages, theme colors, icons).




  • ASU's Fulton Furnace Fallout Hackathon

  • Very Advanced Technological System (VATS) | Sept 2016
  • The exposition for this project is a post-apocolyptic radio-active world, based on the Fallout video game. VATS is a database tool that can inventory resources, track the rate of consumption, calculate days to depletion, and provide optimiziation suggestions with alerts. The leader interface could access the inventory and consumption logs, as well as view all feedback. All other users would only be able to submit data for found resources and depleted resources. All calculations, optimizations, and archived alerts were on the VATS backend.
    • Software: Matlab, Java.
    • Hardware: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, Screen, Keyboard, Battery Pack.
    • My contribution: stochastic models; trading use cases; and Matlab calculations for consumption, depletion, and optimization.