Frequently Asked Questions
Both college graduate and undergraduate students. Max 4 per team.
Yourself, a valid student ID (college), your laptop, phone, and chargers as well as extra clothes, sleeping bag, and blankets to keep yourself comfortable for the weekend.
Yes. We provide various snacks, beverages and meals throughout the whole event but you are allowed to bring your own food, if desired.
Zero. No registration, parking, equipment, meals or amenities fees.
Yes! Registration is required as space is limited and registration will close once it is filled. Walk-ins are not permitted.
Options include Stony Brook University's R&D Park shuttle; Hack@CEWIT shuttle bus (to and from campus and to the LIRR station). Driving? Parking is both available and free!
No, we do not reimburse travel expenses.
The Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) is a New York State-designated next generation research and education facility at Stony Brook University specializing in emerging, critical information technologies.
Yes! They will be annouced at the event.
Tech talks and deep-dive workshops to improve your skills and learn new programs while meeting fellow hackers, gurus, and companies looking to recruit their next generation of talent + games, and multimedia experiences.
The Hack@CEWIT team and our hacker gurus will be on site 24/7 to help build teams and kick-start ideas.
No. CEWIT allows students to stay overnight but we understand if you need to leave (or if you want to sleep in a real bed for the night).
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