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WHAT IS ARCHHACKS?

ArchHacks is a hackathon hosted at Washington University in St. Louis Oct. 27-29 for students of all backgrounds with a passion for technology, design, and, most importantly, building things. ArchHacks brings together more than 350 students from around the country for 48 hours of collaboration, problem solving, and building. We will provide a unique opportunity for students to work with resources and companies they cannot find anywhere else, and our theme, HealthTech, means that the products our participants create will make a real difference. You will have the opportunity to make invaluable connections with corporations, collaborate with friends and, most importantly, develop something that will contribute to the HealthTech community.

WHY HEALTHTECH?

Health is no longer limited to the realm of doctors and pharmacists. Today the health industry has expanded to incorporate engineering, technology, digital design, and more. Today health is the interface you use to schedule doctors appointments, the technology that organizes the operation of all the computers in a massive medical facility, the Nest CO and fire alarm in your house, the next big thing in 3D printing biological materials, and more. The room for future innovation is infinite. We have chosen this theme for ArchHacks because the HealthTech industry is growing exponentially with some of the most innovative technology available today, and we as college students will be the driving force behind this development.
Email us at info@archhacks.io to find out more.

Namrata Vakkalagadda

Co-Director
  • Senior, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Computer Science minor
  • For Fun:

    I have yet to break a bone! (although I have gotten a stress fracture from overuse)

Noah Luddy

Co-Director
  • Sophomore, Computer Science, Marketing minor
  • For Fun:

    I once drank 8 cups of coffee in a single day

Jay Vaidya

Director of Administration
  • Senior, Computer Science / Math
  • For Fun:

    Studio: TESLA, Engineering Projects Review Board, RPM, Scuba Diving, Cycling
  • Why HealthTech?

    "Affordable HealthTech has the greatest potential to change the lives of billions of people living without access to basic healthcare in developing countries around the world."

Josh Landman

Head of Tech / Webmaster / Director of Workshops
  • Grad Student, Computer Science / Linguistics

Katelyn Miyasaki

Co-Lead Designer
  • Junior, Biomedical Engineering, Design minor
  • For Fun:

    I enjoy playing the melodica

Nick Rogers

Co-Lead Designer
  • Junior, Communication Design
  • For Fun:

Brian Kim

Designer
  • Senior, Entrepreneurship and Finance
  • For Fun:

    I'm launching a skincare brand this summer!

Jack Leshem

Treasurer
  • Junior, Computer Science / Finance

Tahj Alli-Balogun

Logistics
  • Junior, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science minor
  • For Fun:

    I know all the lyrics to the Marshall Mathers LP by heart.

Trent Andraka

Workshops
  • Sophomore, Computer Engineering
  • For Fun:

    One time I ate 14 Insomnia cookies

Haley Berg

Marketing
  • Junior, Economics, Computer Science and English minors
  • For Fun:

    I love learning languages, knitting, and dancing

Gwen Byrne

Marketing
  • Sophomore, Healthcare Management
  • For Fun:

    I have been to 11 countries

Thao Cao

Logistics
  • Sophomore, Biomedical Engineering

Jordan Chisam

Workshops
  • Junior, Computer Science, Finance minor
  • For Fun:

    I make a new music playlist every week

Julia Downey

Student Connections
  • Sophomore, Computer Science, Leadership and Strategic Management minor
  • For Fun:

  • Why HealthTech?

    I'm a vegetarian

Shreya Goddu

Logistics
  • Junior, Computer Engineering, Bioinformatics minor

Michael Greer

Logistics
  • Junior, Computer Engineering, Robotics and Design minors

Peter Hook

Marketing
  • Junior, Economics / Psychology

Priyanshu Jain

Workshops
  • Sophomore, Computer Science

Tonya Jiang

Student Connections
  • Junior, Computer Science / Economics and Strategy

Pierson Lund

Student Connections
  • Sophomore, Mechanical Engineering

Geoffrey Mendoza

Logistics
  • Sophomore, Mathematics / Financial Engineering

Xueyan Xie

Student Connections
  • Junior, Computer Science

Wei Weng

Workshops
  • Senior, Computer Science / Philosophy

A special thank you for the continuing support of these members of 2016's ArchHacks Executive Board:

Stephanie Mertz

Harbinger
  • Computer Science / Systems Engineering

Allen Osgood

Harbinger
  • Computer Science / Finance

Jake Kent

Head of Tech / Webmaster / Lead Website Developer
  • Computer Science
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Have any other questions? Email us at info@archhacks.io