Hackathon at SF State 2016

Group picture of attendees
 

Thanks to everyone for making SF Day of Civic Hacking a great success!

 

FIrst Place

First Place team group photo

Team Street Census - The Opportunity Project: Street Census App

Team: Bill Ly, Michael Muccio, Cherence Flores, Matthieu Tourne

Github:https://github.com/michaelmuccio/Street_Census

Second Place

Second place team group photo

Team Hobs - Affordable Housing

Team: David Katz, Michael Leung

Third Place

Third place team group photo

Team Earthquake - San Francisco building earthquake compliance

Team: Rushab Indi, Barclay Iversen, Anurag Nand, Sean Mandell, Victor Lam ,Gary Naham

Github: https://github.com/Spracto/SFSUHackathon

Honorable Mention

Ready for work

Team Ready to Work En Español SMS app

Team: Megan Chen, Victoria Chavez, Edward Li

All Team Projects

Team Zika

Team Z - Zika

Team: Vicki Lee, Chris Pesto, David Franquesa, Xian Ke
with brainstorming assists from Angelica Liu, Bryan Frey, Weston Davis

Github: https://github.com/xke/civic-hack-zika

 

team rest group photo

Team R.E.S.T SFSU - Community Outreach Tool
Team: Rahul Mukherjee, Edison Lam, Sophia Wenzel, Teck Jon Lim
Github: https://github.com/teckjon/RESTSFSU
 

SF State Shuttle team group photo

Team iMSA - Crowdsource Transit Information SF State Shuttle
Team: Robin, Jenny, Jennifer, Rowland, Sharon

Github: https://github.com/robinsswei/SFshuttle
 

Team Ready for Work

Team Ready to Work En Español SMS app

Team: Megan Chen, Victoria Chavez, Edward Li

Team Homeless Census

Team Street Census - The Opportunity Project: Street Census App

Team: Bill Ly, Michael Muccio, Cherence Flores, Matthieu Tourne
Github:https://github.com/michaelmuccio/Street_Census

Team Hobs

Team Hobs - Affordable Housing

Team: David Katz, Michael Leung

 

Team Earthquake

Team Earthquake - San Francisco building earthquake compliance

Team: Rushab Indi, Barclay Iversen, Anurag Nand, Sean Mandell, Victor Lam ,Gary Naham
Github: https://github.com/Spracto/SFSUHackathon

 

2016 Challenges

This list of the 2016 challenges with a few more to come
 

Design

Joshua Singer, Assistant Professor, Department of Design & Industry

Julia Schaber, Student, Department of Design & Industry

 

Judges 2016

Guidelines for Judging

  • Impact
  • Accessibility
  • Complexity
  • Sustainability
  • Product
  • Presentation

Carlos R. Julio

Carlos R Julio

Carlos R. Julio brings more than 20 years of hands-on experience in information systems, information technology and systems analysis.  Carlos has been working in an education environment for more than 6 years as IT consultant/Coordinator and now as an analyst programmer of accreditation systems for the Graduate College of Education. Previously, he worked in international shipping. He has developed systems in areas of: statistics, marketing, accounting, insurances & claims, logistics and satellite communication for vessels. He also has experience with assets recycling and ecommerce.

Julia Gitis

Photo of Julia Gitis

Julia is currently Product Manager at Edmodo, a venture-backed K-12 network that connects teachers, parents, and students. In entrepreneurial roles, Julia cofounded a consumer video startup, was Entrepreneur in Residence at General Catalyst Partners, worked as a TA for MIT's foundational entrepreneurship course, and earned a certificate in Entrepreneurship & Innovation in business school. Julia holds a BA from UC Berkeley, a Masters in Education from Harvard, and an MBA from MIT. In her free time she volunteers at Code for San Francisco.

Lowell Reade

Lowell Reade

Lowell is a design researcher at Medallia with a passion for accessibility. Prior to joining Medallia, Lowell was a UX researcher at Chase and Apple. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a Master's of Human-Computer Interaction in 2014. Lowell cares strongly about social justice, and volunteers outside of work for a local LGBTQ organization serving queer and questioning youth.

Vishal Ravi Shankar

Vishal Ravi Shankar

Vishal is currently pursuing his Masters in Computer Science at San Francisco State University. He is also a part-time web developer at SFSU with an additional interest in building apps for Android. Prior to his education, he had worked in a Visual Effects studio for over 5 years as a Production Engineer. He specialized in developing tools and plugins for production software for movies such as Chronicle, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and several others.

 

Sponsors 2016

SF State University Logo

Information Technology Services

College of Business

Institute for Civic and Community Engagement (ICCE)

 

Local Partners
 

UniteSF
 

Partner Organizations

Government partner — NASA


Organizing partner

 

Code for America

 

Location:

San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave, San Francisco 94132 
Cesar Chavez Student Center 
San Francisco, CA 94132

 

Saturday, June 4, 2016:     

9:45 a.m.    Check-in and Breakfast 

10:00 a.m.  Welcome - Schedule and logistics announcements

10:15 a.m.   Subject Matter Expert briefing - Challenges/Datasets/API

11:00 a.m.    Begin coding 

12:30 p.m.    Lunch 

1:30 p.m.     Coding continued 

4:30 p.m.     Optional progress briefing

7:00 p.m.     End of Day 1 

 

Sunday, June 5, 2016: 

10:00 a.m.    Breakfast 

10:15 a.m.    Logistics briefing & updates

10:30 a.m.    Begin coding

12:00 p.m.    Submission Deadline

12:00 p.m.    Lunch  

1:00 p.m.     Presentation of projects

2:30 p.m.     Judges Voting 

3:00 p.m.     Awards 

3:30 p.m.     Post event social