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2017 dec-1-purdue-unal gold iron hacks 2017 - award ceremony Final version

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2017 dec-1-purdue-unal gold iron hacks 2017 - award ceremony Final version

  1. 1. Hacking with Social Impact - Turning Open Data into Digital Innovations Dr. Sabine Brunswicker | Maria L. Whipple | Pekham Dey | Marlen Promann | Jia Lin Cheoh | Peng Li | Junayd Merchant | Gagandeep Singhkhanuja | Jesus Enrique Aldana Sigoña | Neha Singh Chauhan | Dr. Jairo Aponte PhD | Professor Sandra Lilliana Rojas | Nicolas Munera | Alejandro Diaz Vecchio | December 1st, 2017 Research Center of Open Digital Innovation (RCODI) Purdue Gold IronHacks Fall 2017 – Award Ceremony
  2. 2. CONTENTS IronHacks Award Ceremony Program Welcome messages Professor Jairo Aponte, PhD Professor Sandra Lilliana Rojas, PhD Nicolas Munera, Lecturer Alejandro Díaz Vecchio, Student Ambassador Award Ceremony Purdue Gold IronHacks Experience Issuance of Participant Certificates Announcement of Winners 1 Community Spirit 2 Winning Spirit 3 Best Solution and live demos Outlook Professor Sabine Brunswicker, PhD Purdue University Post Ceremony: Picture taking, testimonials Alejandro Diaz Vecchio
  3. 3. § Messages from UNAL Staff and Professors §
  4. 4. § Award Ceremony §
  5. 5. Dr. Sabine Brunswicker Director, RCODI Marlen Promann User Experience Evaluation Expert Pekham Dey Project Manager Junayd MerchantJia Lin Cheoh Peng Li Tech Team Maria L. Whipple Assistant Manager RCODI RCODI-IRONHACKS TEAM Gagandeep Singhkhanuja Jesus-Enrique Aldana-Sigona Computational researcher Alejandro Diaz Vecchio Our students, future software engineer, data scientist, and operations manager play an integral part of RCODI and the running of IronHacks, an NSF supported program. Neha Singh Chauhan
  6. 6. The UNAL team works closely with IronHacks to make it a great success UNAL TEAM Jairo Aponte PhD Software Engineering I & II Alejandro Díaz Vecchio, Student Ambassador Nicolas Munera Lecturer
  7. 7. § The Purdue Gold IronHacks Experience
  8. 8. INTRODUCTION § Initiative to create openness in Government to ensure public trust and establish a system of transparency, public participation, and collaboration (President Obama, 2009). WHAT IS OPEN GOVERNMENT AND OPEN DATA? The Open Data Movement is here… just search Open data have become an important source of digital innovation (www.data.gov)
  9. 9. EXAMPLE ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF AN OPEN DATA MASHUP SAFETY: Open data apps can also address important societal challenges such as crime rates and safety.
  10. 10. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE Current infrastructures do not support collaboration and social learning CURRENT HACKING: Open Data has become foundational for creating digital innovations (Auer et al., 2007). INNOVATION PRODUCTIVITY: We study how new digital infrastructures and analytics support re-use and make individuals more productive (large-scale online experiments) REAL WORLD IMPACT: Support innovators in designing mash-ups that use info to support better decision making.
  11. 11. IronHacks is not your ordinary hackathon; its an iterative learning experience Traditional ‘Hackathons’ The Purdue IronHacks 36 hrs of high energy; less creativity. 3 weeks: 4x high-energy hacking + time for creativity. Proprietary code: no sharing with others. Open access: shared and can build on others’ code. Mentorship during the 36 hrs; Feedback on final solution. 5 iterations: hackers get valuable technical, market, and user feedback from experts; constant guidance. Constant physical presence and interaction. Virtual presence and communication; hackers can work on problems when they wish. GOAL: Facilitate entrepreneurial individuals to turn open data into digital innovations (mash-ups) that create value for citizens. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  12. 12. INNOVATE WITH OPEN DATA: Create a novel, cool, and performative mash-up embedded in a website that helps users solve a problem. OUTPERFORM & LEARN FROM OTHERS: IronHacks is a competition, but you also get feedback and learn from others. HACK VIRTUALLY & MEET PHYSICALLY: We offer training on open data, APIs, and programming (HTML, CSS, javascript basics, jQuery, D3.js) through active learning. GAIN & FAME IN MANY WAYS: Learn, improve your score, gain reputation and win a prize. 5 cycles: hack, breathe, learn, iterate, and win... PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  13. 13. Our challenges focus societal questions that matter to all of us AFFORDABLE HOUSING Help new students find safe and affordable housing near their university. HEALTHY LIVING Help users buy cheap, seasonally fresh vegetables from local markets. TRACK EPIDEMOLOGY Help travelers assess the probability of disease exposure on travel routes and across geographies. TRAVEL SAFETY Help travelers remain safe on the road and avoid hazardous weather conditions. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  14. 14. Our process is set-up to support in a 5 stage iterative development Hack Phase 1 Eval. phase 1 Hack Phase 2 Eval. phase 2 Hack Phase 3 Eval. phase 3 Developers UX Experts Winners award ceremony Hack Phase 4 Eval. phase 4 2x week: mentoring and help sessions (virtual and physical) Tech Experts Training sessions 3 day hacking sessions 1x week: mentoring and help sessions (virtual and physical) PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE Eval. phase 5 Hack Phase 5
  15. 15. 1-2 Nov Check out scores Scores in at 8 pm 29-31 Oct Work hard, be creative SUBMIT: Oct 31 6-7 Nov Check out scores Scores in at 8 pm 8-10 Nov Work hard, be creative SUBMIT: Nov 10 11-12 Nov Check out Scores Scores in at 8 pm Final winners and Awards Ceremony! The IRONHACKS Phases: Milestones/ Metrics: 13-15 Nov Work hard, be creative SUBMIT: Nov 15 16-17 Nov Check out scores Scores in at 8 pm Developers: Hacking Phase 1 October 29– November 30October 11-28 December 1 3-5 Nov Work hard, be creative SUBMIT: Nov 5 18-20 Nov Work hard, final push! SUBMIT: Nov 20 21-30 Nov Wait… Hacking Phase 2 Hacking Phase 3 Hacking Phase 4 Hacking Phase 5 Evaluation Phase 1 Evaluation Phase 2 Evaluation Phase 3 Evaluation Phase 4 Evaluation Phase 5Expert Panel: RCODI Symposium Oct 11 Virtual classes, tutorials, exercises & sample projects Post-hack survey Nov 26 Award Ceremony Dec 4 The Fall 2017 IronHacks time-line was action - packed PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  16. 16. February 2017 we launched a new fully integrated system Presentation Module () Code Module Contest Platform ENGAGEMENT PROCEDURES Contest Forum (Front- end) RegistrationPortal Database of Forum Behavioral Analytics (Clicks, Posts, etc.) Review Module (including automated scoring) Code error detection, automatic hosting, posting of scores, etc. Judges/Reviewers Participants Admin PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  17. 17. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE In August 2017, we added a social coding feature • No installation process involved. • No Git involved. • A one-click submitting process. • No frustration about machine used. • More – time devoted to coding.
  18. 18. The task you had to engage in: Help your peers to find a safe and affordable place to rent in NEW YORK CITY Imagine you’re moving to New York as a new student at NYU Stern School of Business and have no knowledge about the communities and neighborhoods in the town. But you know you want to live in an area that is safe and affordable… TASK: § Develop a website with a mashup, utilizing open data from data.gov. § Help students rent houses near NYU Stern School of Business (40.7291° N, 73.9965° W). § Only governmental data: URL. § Optimize the value for the consumer: highest safety AND within budget. § Interactive visualizations (map, charts, etc.) to give insights and support optimal decisions. § Optional: parks and recreation, location of services, schools, alternative modes of transportation, street lighting, closeness to highway, crime rates and types of crime, closeness to police/fire stations and education, real estate prices, criminal/offender registry. “Find me a safe and affordable place to rent near New York University - Stern School of Business” PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  19. 19. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE § Screenshot of new site! This is what you should have been doing during our training efforts
  20. 20. …many of you made use of it PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  21. 21. During the pre-hacking phase we offer 3 weeks’ training in the technologies needed PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE Tutorial Start Date Content of class/Training 1st Wednesday October 11 • Intro to HTML • Intro to CSS 2nd Wednesday October 18 • JavaScript and JQuery 3rd Wednesday October 25 • D3.js • Google Maps 4th Wednesday November 1 • Usability basics • How to make data useful
  22. 22. Just like in a real-world setting, you had to learn by doing PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  23. 23. Your level of motivation increased throughout the 5 iterations PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE Phases of the Hack Number of Lines added per Phase
  24. 24. Solving the challenge question was not trivial; many questions arose during the process 4TH phase3RD phase à2ND phase à1ST phase à PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  25. 25. TECHNOLOGY • Has a low number of errors (relative to the size of the app) • Meets minimum technical requirements INFORMATION VISUALIZATION • Affords recognizable interactions • Reduces cognitive work load (option) • Minimal reliance on memory • Meets minimum user requirements NOVELTY • Combine different datasets in a novel ways • Move beyond standard visualizations We use a rigorous and objective evaluation methodology: We used automated tools and trained experts to assess your app PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  26. 26. Pre-Survey Analysis : Many students are only basic programming skills PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE Programming skills (Javascript) - Frequencies on a scale from 1 (very low) to 7 (very high)
  27. 27. We offer you more than just a (hopefully) wonderful experience Internship Possibilities IronHacks Certificate Amazon Giftcards Class Credit Mobility Opportunity PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  28. 28. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE We work in close collaboration with corporate and government sponsors
  29. 29. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  30. 30. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  31. 31. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE
  32. 32. PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS EXPERIENCE REDHAT IS OFFERING 2018 INTERNSHIPS
  33. 33. § Issuance of Participant Certificates
  34. 34. § Purdue Gold IronHacks Winner Announcement
  35. 35. Best Solution ($500 Amazon Gift Card): 4 equally weighed criteria applied in the final round: (1) Technology, (2) User Requirements, (3) Usability, and (4) Novelty. The highest aggregate score wins. Winning Spirit ($250 Amazon Gift Card): Those among the top 25% (average of all 4 criteria) in each of the 4 hacking phases qualified for this award. Community Spirit ($150 Amazon Gift Card): Those who made the most valuable contributions to the discussion qualified for this award (nr of posts, nr of people that found the comment useful, and expert judgment). Today, we are here to award the winners of our Purdue IronHacks 2017 PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS WINNER ANNOUCNEMENT
  36. 36. Best Community Spirit PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS WINNER ANNOUCNEMENT
  37. 37. Up votes 0 Comments 11 Posts 5 Views 151 Total Score 244
  38. 38. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation U N A L THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLYPRESENTEDTO COMMUNITYSPIRITAwarded to those who make the most valuable contributions to the discussion during the hacks Cristian Camilo
  39. 39. Up votes 2 Comments 18 Posts 2 Views 53 Total Score 155
  40. 40. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLYPRESENTEDTO COMMUNITY SPIRITAwarded to those who make the most valuable contributions to the discussion during the hacks Alejandro Santamaria Perez
  41. 41. Up votes 2 Comments 18 Posts 2 Views 53 Total Score 155
  42. 42. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLYPRESENTEDTO COMMUNITY SPIRITAwarded to those who make the most valuable contributions to the discussion during the hacks Pedro Alexander Higuera Firacative
  43. 43. Best Winning Spirit PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS WINNER ANNOUCNEMENT
  44. 44. Up votes 7 Comments 4 Posts 1 Views 120 Total Score 157
  45. 45. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L WINNING SPIRITAwarded to those among the top 25% in each hacking phase THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLY PRESENTED TO Juan Camilo Lozano
  46. 46. Up votes 7 Comments 4 Posts 1 Views 120 Total Score 157
  47. 47. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L WINNING SPIRITAwarded to those among the top 25% in each hacking phase THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLY PRESENTED TO Cristian Giovanny Laiton Gonzalez
  48. 48. Up votes 7 Comments 4 Posts 1 Views 120 Total Score 157
  49. 49. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L WINNING SPIRITAwarded to those among the top 25% in each hacking phase THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLY PRESENTED TO Andres David Gonzalez Ortiz
  50. 50. Best Solution PURDUE GOLD IRONHACKS WINNER ANNOUCNEMENT
  51. 51. Number of Datasets used: 2 Novelty: 77.78% What is cool about this Open Data App? Info Visualization: 96.3% Technology: 92.59% GOLD IRONHACKS: BOGOTA 0
  52. 52. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLY PRESENTED TO BEST SOLUTION Awarded based on four categories: technology, user requirements, information visualization, novelty Santiago Orloff
  53. 53. Number of Datasets used: 8 Novelty 96.3% What is cool about this Open Data App? Info Visualization: 96.3% Technology: 92.59% GOLD IRONHACKS: BOGOTA 1
  54. 54. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLY PRESENTED TO BEST SOLUTION Awarded based on four categories: technology, user requirements, information visualization, novelty David Esteban Perdomo Cristancho
  55. 55. Number of Datasets used: 5 Novelty: 85.19% What is cool about this Open Data App? Info Visualization: 96.3% User Experience: 74.07% GOLD IRONHACKS: BOGOTA 2
  56. 56. PURDUE IRONHACKS Professor Sabine Brunswicker Director Research Center for Open Digital Innovation FALL 2017 U N A L THIS CERTIFICATE IS PROUDLY PRESENTED TO BEST SOLUTION Awarded based on four categories: technology, user requirements, information visualization, novelty Diego Felipe Rodriguez Chaparro
  57. 57. § Outlook
  58. 58. Since 2015, we have been growing; in UNAL we work with Software Engineering 4 2015: Open Pilot 2016: Open Pilot 2016: In- class 2016: In-class 2017: Purdue, UNAL 22 26 68 200 Numbers represent participants per hack 2017 Fall 2018 Spring Bubble represents the number of participants at the IronHacks competition, globally. 108 OUTLOOK
  59. 59. OUTLOOK 1. EDUCATIONAL IMPACT Students develop an understanding and application of open data and open source through real- world exposure and experience. 2. ENTREPRENEURIAL IMPACT A new virtual movement of hacking has emerged at Purdue and beyond: expansion to Indiana University. Virtual setting encourages a more diverse audience. 3. BROADER IMPACT ON OPEN DATA MOVEMENT Partnerships established with Code for America, Indianapolis, Purdue Hackers, and City of West Lafayette to put Open Data on the Indiana map and agenda. 4. SCIENTIFIC IMPACT Opportunity to support research about effective metrics and information design principles for coding for development contests and crowd-based innovation. This is the impact we are aiming to make
  60. 60. NEXT STEPS FOR THE WINNERS STEP 1: December 1 1. Take picture with organizers 2. Give a video testimonial STEP 2: By December 8, 2017 • Email winner package for (cv, video, cover letter) internships to Maria L. Whipple whipple@purdue.edu • Email winner package (cv, video, cover letter) for mobility program to Maria L. Whipple whipple@purdue.edu • Receive Amazon Gift cards OUTLOOK
  61. 61. Post Ceremony: Picture taking, testimonials §

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