During a 36-hour event that broke records for the fourth year in a row, nearly 1,300 university students gathered virtually September 25-27 to participate in ShellHacks, Florida’s largest hackathon held annually by FIU during the fall semester.

Many of the participants were students from FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing and other universities from across the state. This year’s virtual setting, however, allowed students from around the world to also join in on the fun.

Organized by Upsilon Pi Epsilon, FIU’s largest technology-focused student organization, this year’s ShellHacks featured seven tracks that provided participants with a unique opportunity to learn about the latest technologies in engineering and create innovative solutions to problems in our community.

Read more at FIU News.