A photo from the Computer Science Showcase 2019

Computer Science Showcase 2019

Computer Science Showcase 2019 wows visitors!

Our annual CPSC Showcase on April 15th featured over 55+ projects from undergraduate and graduate students from both the Computer Science department and Computational Media Design program. It was an incredible display of creativity, ingenuity, programming, and computing at its best.

We thank all of the students that agreed to come out and showcase their work, as they were the stars of the show. These teams came largely from third and fourth year project classes, but we also were excited to host a number of first and second year project teams who also presented their work extremely well.

We are very proud that we had projects from a wide variety of areas that represent a broad spectrum of computer science and design concerns, including:

  • haptics
  • virtual and augmented reality
  • artificial intelligence and data mining
  • human-computer interaction
  • games
  • internet of things
  • data analytics
  • graphics
  • hardware and maker spaces
  • and so on...

Visitors included three high school groups, external visitors from local companies, and faculty and staff across the University.

Thank you to all the organizers, including Leonard Manzara, Pavol Federl, Usman Alim, Erin Moloney, Beverly Shevchenko and Tony Tang.

We hope to see you all next year!

Showcase highlights