May 1st

Schedule of Events

  • 10:00 - Registration
    Entrance - Auditorium 52.2.16
  • 11:00 - Introduction & Team assignment
    Auditorium 52.2.16
  • 13:00 - Lunch - Food vouchers are given
  • 14:00 - Hacking
    56.4 All Floor
  • 18:00 - Dinner - Food vouchers are given
  • 19:00 - Hacking
    56.4 All Floor
  • 22:00 - The Enlightenment Revolution - Speech by Dr. Roi Yozevitch
    56.3 Porch
  • 23:00 - Hacking
    56.4 All Floor

May 2nd

Schedule of Events

  • 00:00 - Pizza
    56.3 Porch
  • 01:00 - Hacking
    56.4 All Floor
  • 8:00 - Breakfast - Food will be servered
    56.3 Porch
  • 8:30 - LIVE broadcast of baloon in high altitude - Prof. Boaz Benmoshe
    56.3 Porch
  • 9:00 - Last preparations
    56.4 All Floor
  • 10:00 - Team pitches
    56.3 "Atid" Room
  • 11:30 - Break + Judging Session
    56.3 "Atid" Room
  • 12:00 - Winner announcements
  • 13:00 - End of hackathon


What is a hackathon?
Hackathons are awesome events full of creativity, technology and passionate tech-related students collaborating and creating. Attendees work in teams to create apps, games, robots… literally anything you want to build & learn about!
What is HackAU?
Hack-AU is the first student hackathon in Ariel. This will be our first edition with 100 awesome hackers and lots of side activities to learn new technologies, meet interesting people and have fun. Come make history with us!
Registration and for Hack-AU will open at 10:00am, May 1st. We expect to finish by 13:00pm, May 2st.
How much does it cost?
Hack-AU is free for all accepted hackers. We will provide you WiFi, meals, swag, and workspace.
What can I build?
Web, mobile, hardware, anything is on the table. Projects will be judged based on creativity, technical difficulty, polish and usefulness by a panel of industry judges and Hack-AU faculty.
What if I don't have a team?
No need to worry! Part of the fun of a hackathon is meeting new people. We will have time at the beginning of the event for everyone to meet and form teams.
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What should I bring?
All attendees must bring a valid ID for admission. Other common checklist items include: laptops, chargers, sleeping bags and toiletries. If you want to shower, bring a towel!
Who can attend?
Any student enrolled in any undergraduate program
How big can teams be?
Teams of up to 5 are welcome. You can also hack solo if you want!

What does it feel like?

Sponsors & partners

The Team

Haim Schlesinger
Shlomi Alon
Elad Keyshawn
Dr. Amit Dvir
Academic Director
Eveline Fomenko
Event Coordinator
Prof. Dana Shapira
Head of Computer Science Department

The Judges

Yair Miron
CEO & Founder at GiftWizard
Doron Solomon
Dr. Dvir
Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, Center for Cyber Technologies (CCT), Ariel University