Knight Hacks - University of Central Florida

The mission of Knight Hacks is to empower students to do something they've never done before. We hope you'll join us!


Saturday, October 7th
  • 2:00PM - Doors Open
  • 4:00PM - Opening Ceremony
  • 5:00PM - Sponsor Mingling/Team Building
  • 6:00PM - Hacking Starts!
  • 6:30PM - Power DMS Workshop
  • 7:00PM - Dinner
  • 7:30PM - Sonobi Workshop
  • 8:30PM - SIGAI Neural Net Workshop
Sunday, October 8th
  • 8:00AM - Breakfast
  • 12:00PM - Lunch
  • 3:00PM - Hacking Ends
  • 4:00PM - Expo/Judging Begins
  • 6:00PM - Ending Ceremony


Mentor Schedule

Saturday, October 7th
  • Charlton Trezevant: 6:00PM - 10:00PM | Java, Arduino, Front-end Web Development, PL/SQL, Python, Bash, Linux.
  • James Faix: 6:00PM - 10:00PM | C#, SQL, JavaScript, TypeScript, F#
  • Shea Silverman: 6:00PM - 12:00 AM | Python, 3D Printing
  • Krishna Glick: 6:00PM - 11:00 PM | Front-end Web Development
  • Divas Grover: 6:00PM - 12:00 AM | Arduino, Python
Sunday, October 8th
  • Charlton Trezevant: 11:30AM - 2:00PM 
  • Jamez Faix: 6:00AM - 3:00PM
  • Divas Grover: 6:00AM - 3:00PM

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Any college student or college graduate who graduated less than a year ago. The event is open to all students to attend but only students who have registered, confirmed registration, and checked into the event are elligible for prizes.

The maximum amount of people in a prize elligible team is four.


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Eric Smithson

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Fulton Garcia

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Perla Del Castillo

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Deya Mares

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Prince Wilson

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Pierce Mooney

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Asher DeVuyst

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
  • Originality
    Teams that submit projects that they come up with themselves have a better chance of winning!
  • Completeness
    Judges should check to make sure submissions have solid code backing them, rather than just being a proof of concept demonstration.