|Day 1: January 27|
|1140||1230||Participants’ briefing and Sponsor Talks|
|1230||Start of the hackathon|
|1900||2000||Optional Sponsored Talks|
|Day 2: January 28|
|End of the hackathon|
|1240||1410||Project fair and public voting on Devpost|
|1410||1550||Closing Address and Prize Presentation|
|1550||End of Hack&Roll 2018|
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More than 160 students came together at Hack&Roll 2015 and hacked out more than 30 projects, all of which are available to browse here. There was an increased interest in hardware projects, which made up half of the list of winners. Prizes include Razer BlackWidows, NERF guns, as well as cash prizes for the top three winners.
About 120 students participated in Hack&Roll 2014 in the largest turnout yet. Their projects include a dengue monitoring web application, NFC-based capture the flag (CTF) game and a distributed file sharing web application. Find out more at this website. Prizes include Razer products, Pebble watches, SimplerCloud servlets and various electronic prizes.
Hack&Roll 2013 saw about 80 students building projects ranging from a WiFi-based room headcount system to a remote-controlled car driven by facial tracking. Prizes included a weeklong all-expense-paid trip to Silicon Valley, smartphones, and quadrocopters.