February 17-18, 2023. The event starts at 5pm on Friday and ends at 5pm on Saturday.


Must be a currently enrolled Texas A&M University student. Must be part of a 4-6 person group. Groups can be formed on the day of the event during the brainstorming period.

All participants must give consent to participate in the event by signing Consent Form during on-site registration.

To compete for the most Interdisciplinary award, a team must have at least two members from different disciplines. 

Teams will be required to 'OPT - in' to compete for a specific challenge.

Each team can only win one of three Challenges ($2,000).

Each team can win a combination of Prizes in addition to winning a Challenge.

The Grand Prize winner will be intelligible for any other prize.

Project and Submission Requirements

Projects are to be produced during the 24 hours of the event, either on-site or in other locations.

If projects are based on previous work, the original and the extent of the upgrade to the project are to be presented and the project will be judged on the incremental upgrade.

Powerpoint presentation required. Any additional format must be presented in the 3-minute time period.


Teams must be registered on Devpost to receive prizes.

by 1pm: Teams must sign up for Show & Tell. Link to form will be circulated via email, announcement and will be available here.  

by 2pm: Teams must upload Final Presentation (see submission requirements). 

To be considered for Most Interdisciplinary Award - teams must 'OPT IN' for the award during the submission process. 

Teams must 'OPT IN' for specific Challenge(s) they are addressing during the submission process.

3-4pm: Teams must present their project to the panel of Judges, Challengers, participants, and interested parties during Show & Tell in Geren Auditorium, Langford building B.

Code of Conduct

All participants must abide by the MLH Code of Conduct.

This is a Texas A&M University event, and all students must also abide by the Student Code of Conduct.