CyientifIQ Innovation League

5536 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 5
5536 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 5

Winners are announced.

starts on:
Sep 16, 2023, 04:00 PM ()
ends on:
Oct 16, 2023, 12:00 AM ()
starts on:
Oct 23, 2023, 05:00 PM ()
ends on:
Nov 20, 2023, 01:00 AM ()


Submission Guideline

Ideation Phase

Please provide a Slide Deck: Seven Areas of Focus

Optional 2 min MP4

  1. Slide 1
    • Problem Statement: Clearly define the problem or challenge that your idea aims to address. Provide context and background information to help the judges understand the significance of the problem.
  2. Slide 2
    • Solution Overview: Present a high-level overview of your proposed solution. Explain how your idea tackles the problem statement and provides a meaningful solution. Highlight the unique aspects or innovative features of your solution.
  3. Slide 3
    • Value Proposition: Clearly articulate the value and benefits that your solution brings to the target audience or users. Explain how it addresses their pain points or improves their current situation.
  4. Slide 4
    • Feasible:  How will this be implemented?
    • Unique:  How is this different than what is currently in the market (differentiator)?
  5. Slide 5
    • Impact and Sustainability: Highlight the potential impact of your solution in terms of sustainability and its contribution to the overall theme of the hackathon. Discuss any environmental, social, or economic benefits it may bring.
  6. Slide 6
    • Team Introduction: Introduce your team members and their roles in the project. Highlight their relevant skills, experiences, or expertise that contribute to the success of your idea.

Remember to keep your deck concise, visually appealing, and easy to understand. Use graphics, charts, or diagrams to enhance the presentation and convey your ideas effectively.

Development Phase

Please provide a pdf or slide deck that includes a short paragraph on each of the 4 areas.

  1. Problem Statement: Clearly define the problem or challenge that your solution aims to address. Provide context and background information to help the judges understand the significance of the problem.
  2. Solution Overview: Describe your solution and how it addresses the problem statement. Explain the key features, functionalities, or innovations that make your solution unique or effective.
  3. Technical Implementation: Provide details about the technical aspects of your solution. Explain the technologies, frameworks, programming languages, or APIs used in the development process.
  4. Impact and Benefits: Highlight the potential impact and benefits of your solution. Discuss how it improves the current situation, addresses user needs, or contributes to the overall theme or objectives of the hackathon.

Must include a Live Demo:  Please submit availability for the weeks of November 20 & 27.  This can be a web application, mobile app, or any other form of demonstration that showcases the functionality and user experience of your solution.

Code Repository or Source Code: Share the link to your code repository (e.g., GitHub) or provide access to the source code of your solution. This allows the judges to review the code and assess its quality and implementation.

Team Information: Include information about your team members, their roles, and relevant skills. Highlight any unique contributions or expertise that each team member brought to the project.

Remember to adhere to the submission guidelines provided. Pay attention to any specific requirements or limitations regarding file formats, video demos, or documentation. A well-prepared and comprehensive submission increases your chances of success in the hackathon.

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