Please join us for our second annual hardware hackathon Dragon Hacks 2015 at Drexel University, January 10th-11th.
Dragon Hacks 2015 promises to be a large and exciting 24-hour event. There will be tons of food, sponsors, free swag, big prizes, mini events, and of course a lot of hacking. We are proudly supported by IEEE and we are also an MLH (Major League Hacking) sanctioned event. Upon arriving, you will be able to choose from a vast variety of hardware including, but not limited to: Arduino, Raspberry pi, Oculus Rift, Microsoft Kinect, XBee, and much more. Judging and awarding of prizes will take place at the close of the second day.
Explore your ideas and your creative side while working in teams to create a hardware hack. All levels are welcome. Pre-hackathon workshops will be available one week before the event, and mentors will be available during the event to guide teams. Please register at : hack-dragon.com
Any questions? Feel free to email
Savannah email@example.com or Gary, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you ring in the new year with us!
Institutue of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
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Drexel IEEE, one of nearly 800 Student branches worldwide, serves as a gateway to scholarships, awareness outreach, technical conferences, local meetings, and educational programs. The IEEE publishes 25% of the world’s technical papers in electrical, electronics and computer engineering, and Drexel IEEE provides full access to this immense repository of knowledge.
Drexel’s chapter is one of the largest by membership and activity in the United States. We offer students academic assistance, leadership experience, and events that promote their growth in related fields. Drexel IEEE also acts as a liaison with the Electrical & Computer Engineering department to help students and faculty communicate effectively, and actively endeavors to help its members make the most of their college careers.
General Body Meeting 2014
Our regularly scheduled meetings for 2014 will be held on the last Monday of the month at 5:30pm, typically in Bossone room 302 (the ECE conference room, just to the right of the elevators). Come for friends, fun, and for a nice way to end your day!
Hope to see you there!