On 13 Feb 2019, the students and staffs visited JASMIN Data Center. It’s located at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. This event was organized by Dr. Huizhi (Elly) Liang. Thanks for the great support of Prof. Bryan Lawrence, Jonathan Churchill, and other staff members of RAL.
The Department of Computer Science and R. U. Hacking society of University of Reading is proudly bring you a hackathon and showcase event! Welcoming students from all over Thames Valley! Whether you’re completely new to programming or are a seasoned hackathon veteran, you are welcome to join us in this fun and collaborative invention marathon! On Day 1 and 2, you will have a 24 hours student Hackathon event. On Day 3, there will be a team event to analyze a data set, an extreme programming competition, workshop sessions for beginners, and a poster and demo session in the afternoon. Bring your laptops and bright ideas, and we’ll cover food, power and Wi-Fi – beginners welcome!
Day 1, 2: (16, 17 Feb), 24 hours student Hackathon event. Venue: Henley Business School Building. Organised by R. U. Hacking. More details please visit: https://www.ruhacking.me/?no-cache=1
Day 3: (18 Feb) Data Science Hackathon, Competition, and Showcase Event. Venue: Department of Computer Science, Polly Vacher building. Organised by the staff members of the department. We define Data Science Hackathon = creative ideas + data + programming (Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence/Data Mining/Data Visualization). Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/7OqIifNCGvcFa3ij2 . More details please visit: http://blogs.reading.ac.uk/computer-science/2019/01/25/data-science-hackathon-and-competition-day/
Prize of Day 3
The first prizes: Chiara Zucco Runner-up: Umarani Ganeshbabu, Bhuvana Dhruva, Ekene Ozioko
Best presentation: Andrejus Runner-up: Ben Magee
Best Video: Group 11 Tarab Shakeb, Sacha Walton Runner-up: Zixu Guo
Best Poster: James Bradley Runner-up: Eleni Charalambous