Every Idea Would Be Evaluated On Multiple Criteria. Every Team Is Expected To Submit A Packet Of

  • Completed prototype GIT repo, Azure link to the application
  • Brief deck – Explaining the idea, approach, solution, and benefits
  • 2 – 3 minutes video of the prototype

Matt Hale, Ph.D.

Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, Seton Hall University

Shajina Anand, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Seton Hall University

Alanna Papetti

Director of Engagement, Solar Landscape

Yvette Viasus

Community Solar Engagement Manager,
Solar Landscape

The Idea Would Be Evaluated On:

  • Novelty of the idea.
  • Completeness of the solution (code and the app).
  • Documentation completeness.
  • Articulation of the idea.
  • Scalability of the solution (architecture and data).
  • Additional data sources and research that each team has conducted.
  • Articulation of benefits.

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