A hackathon is an event where students build an idea into reality. TAMUmake is a hackathon that is geared more toward hardware hacking and learning new skills and coming up with creative solutions using technology. To assist all levels of hackers, we will provide mentorship, workshops, and tutorial videos. Beginners are welcome!
Whether you are new to hackathons or a hackathon veteran, we welcome hackers of all levels of experience. For those who are new to hackathons, we will offer workshops and instructional videos to help you figure out a potential project. We will also have mentors and volunteers to guide you through your hardware hack.
More to come for next year's hackathon!
IEEE Career Fair
IEEE held our first Career Fair in Rudder September 8, 2017. This was a great opportunity for students interested in electrical fields to meet with companies that are looking for interns, co-ops and full time hires!
Dell, Maxim Integrated, General Motors, Accenture, Viasat, Biotronik, Exxon Mobil, Eaton Corporation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Marathon Petroleum, Essentium Materials, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Applied Research Labs UT, Destination Management Company, Dashiell Corporation, International Paper Co.
IEEE | TAMU Fall Kickoff
IEEE | TAMU held its semesterly kickoff at the beginning of the fall semester, and turnout was fantastic! If you could not make it and are still interested in learning more about us, we have uploaded the slides used during the presentation here.
IEEE | TAMU held the first ever hardware hackathon on April 22, 2017. The competition was great! We have a gallery of photos here showcasing the inventive Rube Goldberg machines our competitors came up with.