Forge the future
October 17th-19th - Purdue University
36 hours, 500 students, $10,000 in prizes
Our team's goal is to drive a culture of innovation, creativity, and achievement across the nation.
That’s why we’re organizing BoilerMake, a 36-hour hackathon at Purdue where teams of students create software and hardware projects that solve important, real-world problems. BoilerMake brings together highly talented university students with top-tier companies to support the development of remarkable student projects and personal relationships.
Watch the video from BoilerMake 2013.
CEO and Co-founder, Sensai Corporation
Jonas Lamis is a Boilermaker now living the startup dream in Silicon Valley.
Arthur has over 12 years of full-stack development experience, and is currently the co-founder and CTO of All4Staff, a Techstars company based in Boulder, Colorado.
CEO and Co-founder, One Month (YC S13)
Mattan started One Month, the "For Dummies" of online education.
Founder, Authy Inc.
Daniel is the founder of Authy Inc and a passionate security expert and entrepreneur.
What can I make?
Web, desktop, mobile, hardware- it’s up to you to make whatever kind of project you want as long as it is software-related.
How do I get there?
We’re sending buses to the universities from which we receive the most interest and offering travel reimbursements to everyone else.
Who can apply?
Any student from around the world is welcome to apply. Join your friends and create a team of up to four people! Students who aren’t undergraduates are also encouraged to apply.
How do I apply?
Submit your application before September 1st by clicking 'Apply Now' above. We'll send decisions out shortly after September 1st. We'll also be maintaining a waitlist of those who are not accepted.
Have more questions?
Feel free to email us at [email protected] !