Participants can either submit their own problem statement related to the chosen theme or select one from the provided list.
If participants choose to submit their own problem statement, it should be relevant to the chosen theme and clearly defined
Problem statements and draft ideas must be submitted during the registration process.
1. Participants will be given a specified amount of time (e.g., 10 minutes) to present their projects to the judges and other participants in the final round.
2. Presentations can include live demos, slides, or prototypes, as per the participants' choice.
3.Judges will evaluate projects based on criteria such as innovation, technical complexity, feasibility, and potential impact.
4.The evaluation process should be fair and unbiased.
1.Participants must adhere to a code of conduct that promotes respectful and ethical behavior throughout the hackathon.
2.Harassment, discrimination, or any other form of inappropriate conduct will not be tolerated.
Full Papers can be submitted using the Unstoppable website Unstoppable.
Log in with the username and password you created during your initial submission. You then will be presented with a list of your submitted papers. You may then select to either edit your existing information (address, email address, etc), if needed, and/or resubmit your paper.
Submission of papers and/or creation of accounts can be done through the Unstoppable.