Do you love creating new ways to represent and visualize data? Or are you a data science/ML/AI guru who can't get enough of Major League Baseball?
The Baseball Analytics Hackathon, hosted by the Baltimore Orioles and Booz Allen Hamilton, is the perfect opportunity to work with baseball executives and data scientists to refine your data science and analytic skills and show off your creativity by finding new ways to change the game. Hackathon participants will work to develop innovative data science and visualization solutions using unique datasets that we will provide alongside anything else that is openly available on the Internet. We hope that bringing together creative minds in a competitive environment will lead to novel solutions to some of the questions that the baseball industry is trying to answer.
Projects will be judged by Orioles executives and other data scientists. Prizes will be awarded for the most impressive projects.
Teams of 3-6 people. Space is limited, so make sure to sign up before the deadline of January 22nd, 2016. Participants will receive notice of their acceptance by Monday, January 25th. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided. Please contact us through the button below with any questions or concerns.
You may register as either an individual or group participant.
As an individual: If you register individually, we will do our best to place you on an existing team or a team of other individual applicants.
As a group: Click the register button at the top of the page and select the group option. You'll need to create an Eventbrite account to create a group, so follow the prompts to sign up if you do not already have one. Choose to create a group and proceed with the registration process. When complete, you will get an email confirming your group registration. You can then invite others to join your group from your team page. Each invited member should then register for the event as part of your existing group.
Questions: Please e-mail Kevin Tenenbaum at email@example.com with any questions.