MHacks 9 is Happening | University of Michigan Hackathon

February 19, 2017

Date : March 24-26
Venue : University of Michigan

MHacks is a 36-hour hackathon run by University of Michigan students. At MHacks, you would be able to turn your ideas into reality by collaborative help and learning. You’re welcome to come with or without a team. They’ll provide you with all the resources and mentors you need to help you work on something cool or learn new skills. You’ll have the freedom to create a product, learn new techniques for your future work, or just have fun working on a project with friends. Moreover, there will an amazing chance to network with other creators and professionals.

Hacking Cortices

  • iOS Development
  • Augmented/Virtual Reality
  • Game Development.
  • Android Development
  • Web Development
  • Hardware
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning

What’s new with MHacks 9?

MHacks has always been about the freedom to create what your heart desires.  MHacks hackers are well-known for creating technically unique and complex hacks, but this year MHacks 9 will promote an Empathy-Driven Design process. They will guide you through using empathetic drivers to create solutions that are not only functional but also user-friendly.


If you’re enrolled in a high school, college, or university, or if you left school during the current school year, you’re good to go! (Minors are welcome to apply, but will need to fill out a couple extra forms in order to attend.)

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