About the HackathonElectric City Hacks is back for the fourth season. Apply for the chance to become one of 300 hackers at a weekend filled with awesome fun, learning, idea sharing, and innovation.
Trent University, Peterborough, ON
WhenNovember 1st - 3rd, 2019
If you would like to attend but are from out of town, we may be able to cover some or all of your travel expenses. Please email email@example.com and provide us with the following information:
- Your name and the name of anyone else who would be traveling with you
- Your university or location that you would be traveling to Trent from
- Your estimated travel costs (for you and for anyone else you may be traveling with)
- Any other additional information you would like us to take into consideration
Additionally, if you are from out of town, you can request travel funding from external sources such as your Computer Science Department at your institution. Most universities have travel awards available for students to attend conferences, hackathons and other career development opportunities. If you are thinking of attending but are unsure about how to make that happen, please contact us and we will do our best to help you attend!
WHAT DO I NEED IN ORDER TO REGISTER?
To complete the registration, you will need the following information:
- Contact information (Name, email, university / institution)
- Dietary restrictions / allergies
The hackathon will take place in the Trent University Student Centre.
Trent University, Peterborough
Trent University is known for having one of the most beautiful campuses in Canada. The Otonabee River runs directly through our campus, splitting it into two sections with a bridge connecting the West Bank and the East Bank. At Trent, you can see the Otonabee from virtually every building, including the Trent Student Centre, which is where the hackathon will be hosted. Trent’s campus is 1450 acres and offers over 30km of hiking trails, so students will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the Kawartha region while visiting Trent University.
Our University is located approximately 15 minutes from downtown Peterborough, which offers live music, theatre, trendy cafes and pubs, and much more. The Peterborough area also has many activities for tourists, including the (free) Riverview Park and Zoo, the Canadian Canoe Museum, and the Warsaw Caves. Trent University is centrally located in Canada, just 90 minutes from Toronto, and is easily accessible to students from all provinces, with bus routes from many major cities travelling directly to Peterborough.
Contact us by email, or through social media!
Mailing AddressElectric City Hacks
c/o Department of Computing & Information Systems
#327 Science Complex
2151 East Bank Drive
Address of the HackathonTrent University Student Centre
1680 West Bank Drive