Originating at UC Merced in 2011, the CITRIS Mobile App Challenge (MAC) is a semester-long competition that empowers undergraduate students to develop mobile apps for social impact while fostering innovation, community service, and career development. Guest speakers, industry mentors, and peer networking help students move rapidly from idea to prototype over the course of a semester.
23 teams of UC Merced undergraduates are competing in this year's Mobile App Challenge. These student-driven projects are centered around four main initiatives: connected communities, sustainable infrastructure, health, and people & robots.
Here are the 2018 teams:
LunchLine, DramaticOatmeal, CATX, CSS Blocks, Forder, Team Aquarium, CatCommuter, Team Segfault, CourseFlow, Munchie, PlayUnity, CyberMerced, Team Snake, Team AAC, Find My Track, CoursePlanner, PocketChange, Cute Asian Girls, Return To Schleep, HouseKeep, WokeCourses, Direv