Fun Hacks Festival  

All-day activities on June 18th, 2022  (virtual via zoom)

 

join-in prizes and winner prizes

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Science, AI, Math and more…


 

  

A high-pressure coding event for programming pros?

Not at all! Fun Hacks is fun! We are funny!

No any coding experience?

No problem! Grandmas can hack.

Just like to watch and learn, but a little uncertain about jumping in?

Sure! You are welcome to mute the speaker and laugh loudly at our fun workshops.

Competitions for different-level participants.

(The access to the competitions will be available on June 18, 2022)

Computer Science

Big Tech in Little Hands

(beginners, K-12)

  •  
  • Division 1 – Elementary Schoolers
  • Division 2 – Middle Schoolers
  • Division 3 – High Schoolers

Start

Tech Masters

(experienced programmers, K-12)

  •  
  • Division 1 – Elementary Schoolers
  • Division 2 – Middle Schoolers
  • Division 3 – High Schoolers

Start

Grandma Can Hack

 

(beginners, adults)

 

 

Start

Math

ALPHA

beginners
elementary schoolers

Start

BETA

intermediate
middle schoolers

Start

GAMMA

advanced
high schoolers

Start

Event Schedule

 

9:00 – 10:00

Opening Ceremony

Welcome, agenda, officers’ talent show, prize!

Competition links become available.

10:00 – 11:00

ART OF PROBLEM SOLVING

Presented by the director of AoPS Academy, Ian Parks.

* Prize draw at 10:10 by the speaker.

11:00 – 12:00

advances in Technology

Presented by a Principal Solutions Architect in
Amazon Web Services (AWS)

* Prize draw at 11:10 by the speaker.

12:00 – 12:30

Medical Device Development

Toxicology in Drug

Presented by a Senior Toxicologist at Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.

12:30 – 1:00

How to Solve Competition Math Problems

 

Present by Michael, a USAJMO holder

United States of America Junior Mathematics Olympiad

1:00 – 2:00

Geospatial Technologies and their Applications

Presented by a Lead System Architect & Administrator

Big Data & Data Integration
Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO)
Government of the District of Columbia

* Prize draw at 1:10 by the speaker.

2:00 – 2:20

workshop:

Intro to Python

2:20 – 2:40

Workshop:

AI & Machine Learning

build your first AI model.

2:40 – 2:50

workshop:

Robot Design project I

Presented by Alicia,  FLL Challenge winner

First Lego League, Mind Shaper

2:50 – 3:00

Workshop:

Robot Design project II

Presented by Alicia,  FLL Challenge winner

First Lego League, Mind Shaper

3:00 – 4:30

Biomedical Science Opportunities

Presented by a Senior Pharmacologist at US FDA

– Intro to science fairs and research competitions;
– Conduct an impactful research and make effective presentation;
– Biomedical internship opportunities.

* Prize draw at 3:10 by the speaker.

4:30 – 4:45

Demo:

My Grandma’s AI Project

a real AI project developed by an 80-year-old lady with zero experience in CS.

4:45 – 5:00

Drone Technology

Presented by Sydney, a top student at Career and Technology Center.

His Drone project has been featured in the school’s Year Book.

4:30 – 5:00

demo:

Use Machine Learning Methods to conduct Social Behavior Research

presented by a student researcher

5:00 !!!

Competition ends.

Final Judging starts.

5:00 – 6:00

Final Judging

Our judging group will select and set up online interviews for potential winners. 

5:00 – 6:00

Data Mining in Finance

Presented by a CEO of a Finance Consulting company in DC.

* Prize draw at 5:10 by the speaker.

 

 

meeting link

 

6:00 – 6:30

closing ceremony

Winners announcement!

sponsors

AWS

Tyler Technologies

Education One

aplus education

Xyzoom tutoring

Momentum learning

www.momentumlearning.org

Sizigi Studios

WCHS AI & ML Club

I am a single mother of 3. I had never thought of STEM and no any sense of CS. But when my daughter asked me to join the Mommy & Me coding session last year, I started coding and found I really enjoyed it. Wish Fun Hacks a big success!

info@funhacks.org