Submit Your Project
See you at BOOM 2024
Why should YOU present your project at BOOM?
Projects are the heart of BOOM.
Are you working on a digital technology project this semester that you would like to showcase? Student projects will be featured across many disciplines, including games, robotics, autonomous vehicles, data science, mobile phone apps, and more!
Presenting your project at BOOM is a great opportunity to show off your hard work to many other students, faculty and young STEM students. Each student participant will also be given BOOM swag , entered into a resume book present to sponsors, and an invitation to a networking reception following BOOM. In addition, each student participant will be included in a resume book given to sponsors. Finally, there will be a number of Awards given to selected teams.
Eligibility and Requirements
All Cornell students are invited to present their projects in cutting-edge digital technology; projects may be the result of a class, an independent study, or an ongoing project. You are required to provide two resources for each project: presenters and a poster. Devices and demos are optional, but if your project includes elements that people can interact with, all the better!
Teams will be limited to a maximum of 5 registered presenters who will be eligible for swag, awards, networking opportunities, and the resume book.
The number of approved projects may be capped depending on available space and other considerations. Be sure to submit your project on time.
- Submit your projects in early Spring semester.
- Project final approval at the beginning of April.
- Resumes submitted for approved projects in early April
Day of Boom
- 2pm: Arrive and set up
- 3pm: Early judging begins
- 4pm: BOOM expo begins
- 5:45pm: Awards presented
- 6pm: BOOM reception for Presenters, Sponsors, Faculty and Organizers
Project Submission is closed for 2023.
When you submit your team's project, you and your listed team members will receive a confirmation email from the submission system. Once projects are collected, they will be reviewed by BOOM staff and the project submitter will receive a follow-up email with more information about your project's status. Projects will be reviewed for approval by the end of March. If your project is approved your listed team members will be sent a link to submit your resume to be shared with sponsors and additional information for the expo.
Space and Materials
Projects typically receive between 8 and 12 square feet of table space based on their project type. You will also be provided with access to a power outlet, typically via a provided power strip. You will not be permitted to use additional extension cords or "daisy chain" power strips. You will be provided a surface (wall or easel with foam board) on which to affix your poster.
We recommend that your poster is readable from about 5 feet away, typically between 22″x 28″ and 24"x 36"in size. Cover the key points of your work. Detailed information should be included on your web page, handouts, and/or short oral presentation. Printing services are available on campus and via local retailers.
If poster printing presents a financial hardship for your team, please via the project confirmation email for assistance prior to printing your poster.
Check out previous BOOM Projects
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