Build a physical project from scratch through the integration of hardware, software, and the cloud.

Come be a part of Canada’s largest Makeathon!

IEEE UofT and Major League Hacking are back with MakeUofT to help your team make, design, and create hardware and software projects from start to finish in 24 hours. So come out the weekend of February 15-16th to compete with teams from across North America, learn from industry experts, and gain hands-on technical experience!

Check out ieee.utoronto.ca/makeuoft for more information!

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Eligibility

  • Participants: Students of any professional learning institution are eligible to enter. Individuals must be the age of 18 or over.

 

  • Teams of 3-4 are required to participate in MakeUofT. Individuals or teams of only 2 members are ineligible. Further information on team formation can be found in our information package.

Requirements

In order to submit your project, you must submit the following items through Devpost:

  1. Project Name
  2. Team Member Names
  3. A short description of your design and a demo video must be submitted as part of the submission package.

Pictures are always welcome, but we do NOT need to see your code for the submission. Please ensure that you select all of the prize categories that you wish to be considered for!

Judges

Sai-Kit Eng

Sai-Kit Eng
Director - Qualcomm

Xiaoming Zhou

Xiaoming Zhou
Principal Engineer - Qualcomm

Julio Villalta

Julio Villalta
Telus

Jake Greene

Jake Greene
ML Engineer - Flipp

Muhammed Anwar

Muhammed Anwar
ML Engineer - Flipp

Motasem Salem

Motasem Salem
ML Engineer - Flipp

Lorna Lan

Lorna Lan
ecobee

Kevin Eng

Kevin Eng
ecobee

Dominique Lung-Hung

Dominique Lung-Hung
ecobee

Astawa Alam

Astawa Alam
Innovation and Technology Coordinator - City of Brampton

Rodrigo Geve

Rodrigo Geve
Solace

KeFei Su

KeFei Su
Solace

Patrick Deng

Patrick Deng
Huawei

Zhan Xu

Zhan Xu
Huawei

Derek Wang

Derek Wang
Huawei

Tanmana Sadhu

Tanmana Sadhu
Huawei

Peter Chung

Peter Chung
Huawei

Judging Criteria

  • Idea Originality
    Idea is original and described with great detail. Idea is useful in that it solves a problem, provides a service, or enables a significant function.
  • Hardware Technical Complexity
    Multiple peripherals are used to provide the necessary functionality required. Interfacing circuits are created with no problems.
  • Technical Integration
    System is well-designed and all components with their respective interfaces are working and well-designed. No bugs are present and there is some handling of non-ideal components.
  • Working Demo
    Demonstration works flawlessly, is repeatable, and impressive. Demonstration is clear and presents the underlying design principles.
  • Presentation
    Presentation is convincing and summarizes learnings, troubles, and deep understanding of technology used. Presentation is well rehearsed, demonstrate contributions by individual members, and reflect how the team was able to work effectively together.

themes

  • Machine Learning/ AI
  • IoT