Testing cybersecurity defenses in additive manufacturing and computer aided design
The Hack3D competition serves to raise awareness and generate discussion in engineering and research communities about security in the additive manufacturing field.
Competitors will have the opportunity to learn and use skills in graphics programming, file manipulation, and reverse engineering while gaining an understanding of the additive manufacturing supply-chain. Students who are interested in learning more about CAD, reverse-engineering, security, and additive manufacturing are encouraged to participate.
CSAW summer games are here! The Hack3D Summer Challenge provides an opportunity for students to test the security limits in additive manufacturing and to decode the security features in computed aided designs. Participation in the summer is not a requirement for the fall CSAW competition, but it's a great way to get involved and stay engaged. Plus, the top 3 teams from the Summer Challenge will get direct entry to the final round of the CSAW'22 Hack3D competition in November 2022 and cash prizes!
5 - 7 July 2022
Hack3D Final Presentation
15 July 2022
10:30 AM - 12 PM ET
14 - 15 July 2022
1st Place: US $750
2nd Place: US $500
3rd Place: US $250
Congratulations to our Summer Challenge Winners & Finalist Teams!
The Hack3D competition is organized by Professor Nikhil Gupta, post-doctoral researcher Hammond Pearce, and PhD student Gary Mac, from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at NYU Tandon School of Engineering.