In order to participate in the Symposium, all participants must submit a paper related to the topics of pod construction, track construction, track power constraints, and the Hyperloop experience to the Hard Tech Fund email by May 6th: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Hard Tech Fund will also be holding and/or supporting events to help groups prepare for the Symposium, such as Caltrans’ HackATrain for University of California/California State University students. Please read more on our hyperloop page here.
Please also check out the executive summary for the Hyperloop Research Symposium.
Hard Tech Campus (HTC) is our organization's branch at UC Davis. We are represented as a club and assist student projects that involve improving sustainability and eco-friendly practices through hardware projects. See the Hard Tech Campus Website.