FHS.hacks() is Franklin High School’s annual hackathon. A hackathon is an opportunity where students get together to develop creative solutions to real world problems. During the hackathon, students will get access to mentors, information sessions, other student coders, as well as “hacking” time to turn their ideas into reality. FHS.hacks() is open to all high school students from anywhere in the US with competitive and innovative spirits. Whether you’re a new coder or a seasoned hacker, come join the FHS WARRIORS for a weekend of learning, connection, and fun!
This year's theme is centered around
Passion, Service, and Technology.
**Bring your phone for fun and games!**
Initially this presentation will provide background on Franklin Food Bank and the important impact it is having across Franklin Township and neighboring communities. Then we will discuss the technology which is currently enabling the Food Bank's operations, and progress to key areas where FFB is seeking new technology / new solutions.
Hayagreev Shankar Karthik
Quantum code, quantum gates, superposition, entanglement, quantum encryption, quantum teleportation, and other quantum principles.
Maya R. Walton
This presentation will detail the unique journey I took to become a data scientist. A journey that all started with an enthusiastic teacher that came to my 10th grade science classroom and convinced me to think about engineering, spanned through two degrees at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and has landed me seemingly the perfect job working for a medical research company from the comfort of my home every day.
With sessions like 5G Protocol Software and Quantum Computing Principles, everyone is bound to learn something new at this year's hackathon.
Find people who share your passion and curiosity for Computer Science through team building sessions.
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