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Wednesday
Feb 15
ErieHack Toledo Information Session
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Join us on February 15th at 6 pm for the first information session about ErieHack Toledo.

ErieHack Water Data and Engineering Hackathon is a tech-driven water innovation competition and accelerator program that will bring together coders, developers, engineers, data experts, water professionals and every day concerned citizens to generate creative solutions to Lake Erie's biggest challenges.

The ErieHack competition runs from February to May, with regional competitions happening in Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland and Buffalo. The ErieHack Toledo coding days will take place from March 24th-26th and the best teams will move on to a semi-final in Detroit in April and the final summit in Cleveland in May. There's $100,000 in prizes up for grabs!

This is the first information session happening in Toledo, with a second to take place on March 2nd. The purpose of the evening is to provide more information about the event as a whole, detail some of the key challenges we'll be hoping to "hack," and connecting with fellow participants. To that end, the first half of the event will be focused on providing information, while the second half will be devoted to general socializing.

Food will be provided so come hungry! Please RSVP at Eventbrite and we hope to see you on the 15th!

Parking is free.

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Thursday
Mar 2
ErieHack Toledo Information Session
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Join us on March 2nd at 6 pm for the second information session about ErieHack Toledo.

ErieHack Water Data and Engineering Hackathon is a tech-driven water innovation competition and accelerator program that will bring together coders, developers, engineers, data experts, water professionals and every day concerned citizens to generate creative solutions to Lake Erie's biggest challenges.

The ErieHack competition runs from February to May, with regional competitions happening in Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland and Buffalo.

The ErieHack Toledo coding days will take place from March 24th-26th and the best teams will move on to a semi-final in Detroit in April and the final summit in Cleveland in May.

There's $100,000 in prizes up for grabs!

This is the second information session happening in Toledo. The purpose of the evening is to provide more information about the event as a whole, detail some of the key challenges we'll be hoping to "hack," and connecting with fellow participants. To that end, the first half of the event will be focused on providing information, while the second half will be devoted to general socializing.

Food will be provided so come hungry! Please RSVP and we hope to see you on the 2nd!

Parking is free.

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Friday
Mar 24
ErieHack Toledo Hackathon
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Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Join us for the Toledo regional hack-a-thon for ErieHack on Friday, March 24th through Sunday March 26th!

ErieHack Water Data and Engineering Hackathon is a tech-driven water innovation competition and accelerator program that will bring together coders, developers, engineers, data experts, water professionals and every day concerned citizens to generate creative solutions to Lake Erie's biggest challenges. The ErieHack competition runs from February to May, with regional competitions happening in Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland and Buffalo.

During the Toledo Hack-A-Thon participants will form teams of up to five people to tackle the competition challenges. The teams will then have 48 hours to develop their project as much as possible and present their work on Sunday the 26th. The best teams as determined by a panel of judges will move on to a semi-final in Detroit in April and the final summit in Cleveland in May. There's $100,000 in prizes up for grabs!

The event will kick off on Friday the 24th at 6 pm with speakers talking about major challenges with Lake Erie and then a presentation of project ideas people have and the formation of teams. Work will continue through the weekend until early evening on Sunday. The facility will be open and accessible for all 48 hours, although participants will not be required to stay the whole time. All food and drink will be provided by the organizing team. Parking is free.

You are welcome to find some friends or colleagues to create a team or just come to the opening evening and find a project to hook up with. Hack-a-thons are a fun, exciting atmosphere that facilitates not only the growth of a project idea but also of the participants. It's a great place to develop new skills and meet new people.

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Sunday
Mar 26
ErieHack Toledo: Closing Ceremonies
Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Join us for the closing ceremonies, where the ErieHack Toledo teams pitch their work and judges select winners!!!

ErieHack Water Data and Engineering Hackathon is a tech-driven water innovation competition and accelerator program that will bring together coders, developers, engineers, data experts, water professionals and every day concerned citizens to generate creative solutions to Lake Erie's biggest challenges. The ErieHack competition runs from February to May, with regional competitions happening in Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland and Buffalo.

During the Toledo Hack-A-Thon participants will form teams of up to five people to tackle the competition challenges. The teams will then have 48 hours to develop their project as much as possible and present their work on Sunday the 26th. The best teams as determined by a panel of judges will move on to a semi-final in Detroit in April and the final summit in Cleveland in May. There's $100,000 in prizes up for grabs!

The event will kick off on Friday the 24th at 6 pm with speakers talking about major challenges with Lake Erie and then a presentation of project ideas people have and the formation of teams. Work will continue through the weekend until early evening on Sunday. The facility will be open and accessible for all 48 hours, although participants will not be required to stay the whole time. All food and drink will be provided by the organizing team. Parking is free.