2013 UVM CS Fair

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Projects

Total Projects (Sorted by Project Name): 93

A Game of Cards

By:

  1. Christina Yu
6 Likes

Booth Number: 30 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

When you play this game of cards, you win or you lose. Programmed in Java - a GUI simulation of the card game "War."

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

A Twitter-based Social Media Advertisement Plaftorm

By:

  1. Ahmed Hamed
6 Likes

Booth Number: 8 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

Using real-time public Twitter feeds, our platform can process Tweets to identify individuals who are expressing interest in seeking a product or service at the time of need. Once this need is identified, the customer is driven to path-to-purchase website and to either buy the product or learn more about it. We tried this platform on Nicotine Patches, and offered it to smokers who are seeking help to quit smoking. The platform, however, is flexible and extensible which can be further customized for marketing any other product or a service. Vermont Local Companies such as (Dealer.com, Teddy Bear Factory, Liberty Mutual, Ben and Jerry, Green Mountain Coffee, Vermont Coffee Company, Vermont Chocolate Company and literally any other) are most welcome to check with me on how I can customize the platform to do advertisement for them on Twitter.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 251 CS330

Alpine Painting

By:

  1. Taylor Wunsch
6 Likes

Booth Number: 18 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

This web page will have info about a painting company called alpine painting. Customers will be able to get info about the company and submit estimates

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Animation Program

By:

  1. Cassidy Cote
6 Likes

Booth Number: 22 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Animation project for Professor Pechenick's programing for engineers class.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 020

BIBLIOTECH my CS 008 Final Project

By:

  1. Mandy Erdei
6 Likes

Booth Number: 10 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

A fictitious website for a high-end restaurant in New York City called BIBLIOTÈCH which combines fine dining with books and technology. The site includes special features and some graphics made by me. Intrigued? Stop by my table and check out what the story is behind this novel restaurant idea. Who knows, maybe this restaurant will actually come into fruition someday. CS 008 Skills: PHP, CSS, HTML5 (semantic & responsive!)

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Big 5 Personality Traits Test

By:

  1. Chris Hopkins
6 Likes

Booth Number: 24 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

The Big 5 Personality traits is an Organizational Behavior concept that many, if not most, companies and corporations use to evaluate the personality of prospective employees. Ever applied for a position at BestBuy, Target or another big company and had to take half an hour filling out that survey? That is them determining if you have traits that will possibly make you a "bad" employee. This program will do the same thing and tell you how you compare to others.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008 and BSAD 120

BlinkLock

By:

  1. Narine Manukyan
  2. Fritz Davenport
  3. Jake Ryan
  4. Ram Timsina
  5. Andrew Cramer
  6. Evan Gould
6 Likes

Booth Number: 16 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Blink Secure gives computer users complete security without ever entering a password. There are two major problems with today’s password system: 1. Passwords are frustrating for users to remember and tedious to enter; 2. Passwords are insecure, stolen freely and shared throughout cyberspace. Blink solves both of these problems by replacing the standard system of password entry completely. Blink Secure (Blink) makes Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) bracelets that communicate with mobile and PC applications to replace traditional, alphanumeric passwords with invisible, dynamic authentication. This allows a user to experience a completely password-free experience when she is within reach of her devices followed by total security the minute she steps away. The installed Blink app detects the distance of the user by measuring the signal strength of the bluetooth radio in her bracelet. Blink then authenticates the device using a dynamic security algorithm. This process goes on once every second, in the background, so that when the user approaches her devices, they are already on and waiting for her. Furthermore, because the password has been replaced by dynamic authentication, there is no password for hackers to intercept — the password changes every time it is used.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 395

Caitlins Project

By:

  1. Caitlin Baker
6 Likes

Booth Number: 18 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

A program written for gyms to use

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Calvin Johnson Project

By:

  1. James Caswell
6 Likes

Booth Number: 17 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

A web site dedicated to Calvin Johnson

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Casino Blackjack Simulator

By:

  1. Corinne Comeau
6 Likes

Booth Number: 18 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

User will be given two cards to start with, and will take turns, either putting yes or no into the hit or stay function until the user either busts, or chooses to stay. Fairly simple, but fun.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Cellular Communication with the Snowcloud Wireless Sensor Network

By:

  1. David Buckingham
  2. Paul Kiripolsky
  3. Gus Johnson
  4. Robert Krattli
6 Likes

Booth Number: 7 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Develop communication via cell modem with the Snowcloud Wireless Sensor Network.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 295/395

Clear as Glass.

By:

  1. Craig Mitchell
  2. Meg Gallagher
6 Likes

Booth Number: 21 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Our project will focus on life in the future through discussion on topics such as Architecture and Technology.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Clip Note

By:

  1. Alexander DiSanto
6 Likes

Booth Number: 26 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

An online clipboard and sticky note board for leaving yourself and others short notes and files.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 148

Computational Counterpoint

By:

  1. Nicholas Rossi
6 Likes

Booth Number: 5 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

I have composed a MATLAB script that creates a cantus firmus, first and second species counterpoint over one measure. This is completely novel music being generated based on the principles of composition developed by artists such as Bach and Scarlatti. The script generates matrices that mathematically obey the defined rules and then renders them as sound.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 020

Country Clicker

By:

  1. Luke Lakea
6 Likes

Booth Number: 9 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

A simple game in which two images appear on the screen and a user has to determine which photo corresponds to a given city and country. A player has three chances for mistakes, and score is calculated by a timer.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Creative Coders Search Engine

By:

  1. Daniel Elliott
  2. Rafe Teer
6 Likes

Booth Number: 10 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

Internship search engine

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

CS 008 Final Project

By:

  1. Shelby Morris
  2. Astrid Carter
  3. Nicole Sala
6 Likes

Booth Number: 24 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This is going to be a website that has the ability to fill out a registration form, with many different types of images and information about the Arbonne company. This site's main purpose is to help our Arbonne consultant, Carrie Sala, improve her sales with the company.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

CS 008 Website

By:

  1. Stephen Manning
6 Likes

Booth Number: 8 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Website for Final Project

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

CS 021 Internship Search

By:

  1. Stephen Manning
6 Likes

Booth Number: 21 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Internship searching program designed in Python.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

CS 21 final project

By:

  1. Christopher Hutchinson
6 Likes

Booth Number: 19 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

internship search engine

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

CS008 Final Project

By:

  1. Madison Harris
  2. Christina Brooks
  3. Jon Cannon
6 Likes

Booth Number: 8 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Our final project for CS008. More to come.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

CS008 Web Design Demonstration

By:

  1. Canaan McKenzie
  2. Joseph Dyke
  3. Spencer Reynold
6 Likes

Booth Number: 25 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This will be a demonstration of the concepts we have learned in CS 008.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

CS21 project

By:

  1. Kate Libby
6 Likes

Booth Number: 21 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Undecided project

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

DEvoLisa

By:

  1. Thomas Little
  2. Jonathan Carter
6 Likes

Booth Number: 10 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Approximating an image with polygons using differential evolution.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 352

Drizzle

By:

  1. Kira Kelley
6 Likes

Booth Number: 27 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

A short animation made by creating a function to capture xy points and placing them in a 2 by n matrix (where row one is x, row two is y, n is the number of points),and manipulating them around a figure using matrix multiplication and various colors and shapes in the handle.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 020

E-Interns

By:

  1. Kevin Mee
  2. Brian Melanson
  3. Vika Bespalov
  4. Andrew Laderoute
  5. Luc Martin
6 Likes

Booth Number: 27 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

We have created an internship search engine that will allow the user to search for interns for over 20 companies.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Efficiency Vermont Electric Usage Tool

By:

  1. Sara Piette
6 Likes

Booth Number: 23 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

The Efficiency Vermont Electric Usage Tool is an interactive way for users looking for energy data on household appliances to sort through infographics displaying pertinent information. The information was formerly in a long table, but one of my supervisors and I implemented a JavaScript-based sorting library called Isotope. Apart from helping to create the JavaScript Functionality, I hardcoded every appliance icon's HTML elements and helped develop the CSS.

Class project is for (or related to): Internship

Evolutionary Algorithms and Orbital Trajectory Problems

By:

  1. David Hinckley
  2. Karol Zieba
6 Likes

Booth Number: 12 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

We examined the application of Evolutionary Algorithms to calculate minimal time/energy orbital trajectories.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 352

Evolving an Artificial Neural Network for Quadruped Locomotion with Covariance Matrix Adaptation Evolution Strategy

By:

  1. Roman Popov
  2. Brandon Tries
6 Likes

Booth Number: 9 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Artificial neural networks (ANN's) are a well-known method in machine learning. Optimizing an ANN for a particular task, however, is non-trivial. While a simple optimization algorithm such as hill climber is easy to implement for this purpose, it is prone to premature convergence to local optima. An evolutionary strategies algorithm, such as Covariance Matrix Evolutionary Strategy (CMA-ES), should be less likely to fall into this trap. Using both algorithms, we attempt to optimize an ANN to control the locomotion of a quadrupedal robot in an artificial physics environment. We show that CMA-ES outperforms hill climber in this application.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 352

Evolving genetic networks using a top-down approach

By:

  1. Jessica Lindle
  2. Javier Bernardo
6 Likes

Booth Number: 10 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

A regulatory network in an organism is a collection of genes which interact with each other, and the environment, to govern the expression levels of proteins. These networks produce rich, complex behaviors that regulate the entire organisms and many of them are not known or fully understood by biologists. The biological evolution of those genetic networks is slow and counter intuitive, with some key steps found by chance. One example is the repressillator network motif which is a system of three proteins, with each protein stoping the production of another protein; this system has an oscillatory response. The probability of evolving the repressilator system is tiny, since it is difficult to find a combination of genes which will result in oscillation. It is beneficial for an organism to have smaller regulatory networks in order to minimize waste. In nature, the evolution of a genetic network is bottom-up: starting with a simple network and then adding genes to get a desired behavior. Here, we start with a large number of genes and let our evolutionary algorithm eliminate unnecessary ones. This allows us to find specific combinations and apply selection pressure to obtain a genetic network with the minimum possible number of genes. The objectives of this project are three: 1. Prove that our approach works. We will recreate some genetic networks with difficult behaviors as oscillations or persistent delays. Preliminary results with oscillation are promising (See image of the project). 2. Create new, useful genetic network using the same approach. 3. Understanding why some genetic networks are more common when several combinations would give rise to the same results. We will compare stochastic pulsing with deterministic oscillation and study if stochastic pulsing is easier to evolve. If proved useful, this top-down approach can be translated to other areas of evolutionary computation where implementing a bottom-up approach is difficult.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 352

EZelectronics

By:

  1. Ivan Spizizen
6 Likes

Booth Number: 18 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

I am building a website for my own personal company where people can go to sell their old iphones, laptops, and other electronics.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Final Project for CS008

By:

  1. Courtney Andersen
6 Likes

Booth Number: 21 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This is the final website project for my Intro to Web Design Class (CS008).

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

For Better Oar Worse

By:

  1. Dominique Powers
6 Likes

Booth Number: 5 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

noun \?r?-i?\ : the sport of racing in long, narrow boats that are moved by using oars. It's amazing how Merriam Webster's Dictionary can make such a beautiful and painful sport sound so simple. As if the technique involved in keeping a shell as long as a school bus and maybe two feet wide at it's widest balanced isn't the most dificult thing ever. The precision required in the sport is incredible ...

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Genetic Programming For Association of Genetic Data and Drug Abuse

By:

  1. Robert Howe
  2. Fletcher Hazlehurst
  3. Thomas Mcandrew
6 Likes

Booth Number: 12 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

We are using a genetic algorithm on a 153 single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) panel to determine how likely a person is to become cocaine dependent.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 352

GlowMote

By:

  1. Marco White
6 Likes

Booth Number: 5 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

GlowMote is a bluetooth operated RGB LED strip controller. The controller connects directly to an analog RGB LED strip and can be paired with any bluetooth device. I've written an Android application that provides easy control of the light strip. The user can change the color of the lights, set flash patterns, control brightness, or automatically cycle through different colors. GlowMote also has two stereo jacks serving as an audio in and an audio out, so that it can be connected to music allowing the lights to pulse to music and still allow the user to change colors while doing so.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 020

Grammer Police

By:

  1. Connor Yamada
6 Likes

Booth Number: 5 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Grammer Police was a Chrome extension/ standalone web app that enabled users to collectively edit content for grammar on a given webpage. A user can highlight a passage or word that may be incorrect, input a comment or correction, and submit their change. Other plugin users would see the highlighted passages (if any) upon arriving at a page, and could mouseover highlighted text to view comments. The project was built in Javascript with the original goal of being packaged into a Chrome extension. The Script utilizes JQuery for dynamic HTML/CSS injection and input handling, JASPI for authentication, and Firebase for the backend.

Class project is for (or related to): Independent

Health and Wellness

By:

  1. Alexandra Lockhart
6 Likes

Booth Number: 19 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This website is a blog website about health and wellness. The purpose is to provide people with ideas and knowledge on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle through various ways. There will be three pages, each dedicated to a way in which people can achieve wellness, that will incorporate what I have learned in CS 008 Web Design.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

hire us as interns

By:

  1. Simon Anguish
  2. Jordan Guzak
  3. Will Barnwell
6 Likes

Booth Number: 23 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

This project will be composed of a website wherein we advertise ourselves, out abilities, and our resumes to potential companies, so they will hire us for jobs or at least internships.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Homey - For Sale By Owner Real Estate Landing Pages

By:

  1. Bennett Siegel
6 Likes

Booth Number: 25 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Give your home the attention it deserves with a custom website, auto-generated PDF flyers, viewer analytics and user messaging system. Start with a webpage for your home. Simply enter in home specifics, a description and photos for your home and a webpage is created for you. Then, take it into the world with auto-generated PDF flyers. Keep track of hits on your home listing with viewer analytics via the Homey dashboard. Homey comes complete with a user messaging system. So, when someone wants to buy your home they just send you a messages that gets forwareded on to your email.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 148

InternNet

By:

  1. Blake Colyer
  2. Cole Wangsness
  3. Tyler Fitzgerald
  4. Griffen Fox
6 Likes

Booth Number: 31 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

InterNet is an internship database, written in Python, the main function of the program will be to search for internships by different types of criteria.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Internship Search

By:

  1. Calvin Lee
6 Likes

Booth Number: 17 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Create a program that searches a text file of internship or job postings and allows a user to save their favorite internship or job.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Internship Search Engine

By:

  1. Joe Pakulski
  2. Kate Libby
  3. Ryan McCague
  4. Michelle Marin
  5. Taylor Wunsch
6 Likes

Booth Number: 7 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

Our program is a search engine for internship opportunists. It will have you login or create and account, search internships by different categories, and save them to favorites for easy use later. It will me done in python.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Internship Search Engine

By:

  1. Luke Lakea
  2. Julianne Daly
  3. Mallory Joy
  4. Rivka Kelly
6 Likes

Booth Number: 25 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

A simple search engine that allows users to log in, search for Vermont job/internship postings, save their favorite postings, and write it to a text file.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

It is all in the Heart.

By:

  1. Dionisio Canales
6 Likes

Booth Number: 8 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

Short animation.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 020

Java Card Game

By:

  1. Jacob Dubois
6 Likes

Booth Number: 19 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Creating a War game with Java and GUIs.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Java CS 110- War

By:

  1. Caitlyn Bishop
6 Likes

Booth Number: 31 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

This project simulates the card game War

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Java or Matlab Image Pixelator Program

By:

  1. Colin Luther
6 Likes

Booth Number: 29 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

A Java or Matlab program that accepts an image and returns a more pixelated version of it by averaging the individual color values for designated groups of pixels. It will help simplify the creation process of pixel art.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Java Project based on CS 110

By:

  1. Sara Piette
6 Likes

Booth Number: 31 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

A Java GUI Program based on the knowledge learned in CS 110

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Job Panther

By:

  1. Jackie Cid
  2. Zach Gruver
  3. Aidan Carey
  4. Sadik Mussah
6 Likes

Booth Number: 24 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Internship search engine in Python

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Joes Window Garden

By:

  1. Joe Nowlan
6 Likes

Booth Number: 17 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

I'm making a blog about my potted plant hobby. I've recently become obsessed with my potted plants, so for my final project, I chose to make a blog about them.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Kailas Project

By:

  1. Kaila Gervais
6 Likes

Booth Number: 29 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

My project incorporates my love for sports with my passion for computer programming. I have created a program in java that will allow you to keep statistics for your favorite sports player. After the program is complete, a print out of all the stats will be printed allowing you to see what the player has accomplished during the game.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Leap Motion Integrated N64

By:

  1. Connor Yamada
6 Likes

Booth Number: 5 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

The goal of this project was to integrate Leap Motion gesture control into classic N64 games using an Arduino. The Leap is connected to a computer running Processing using the LeapMotionP5 library, which is used to generate serial commands to be sent to the Arduino. The Arduino is preprogrammed with code to simulate button presses and joystick position which is then sent out to the Nintendo. Gestures, hand, and finger mapping are customizable and only limited by the Leap Motion API.

Class project is for (or related to): Independent

M and B 500

By:

  1. Martin Chandler
  2. Bryan Bathalon
6 Likes

Booth Number: 29 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

Web pages with cool Image effects. We're not exactly sure what it will look like, but it will be creative. We'll probably try to work in a visual basic program, and a python program.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008, CS 021

Magic Card Database

By:

  1. Benjamin Kaufman
6 Likes

Booth Number: 7 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

As any collector knows, keeping track of what you have collected is half the battle in maintaining a good collection. My project is the creation of an interactive site that allows users to create their own online magic card collection, add or remove cards (if they have the correct permissions) from the database, and create decks to become an active member of their magic community.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 148

Math Internship Search Engine

By:

  1. Caitlin Baker
  2. Emily Phelps
  3. Rachel Heiser
  4. Clara Luna
6 Likes

Booth Number: 30 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Internship database for Math and Statistics majors

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Montreal LESA

By:

  1. Michelle Marin
6 Likes

Booth Number: 10 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

I am creating a website for the Montreal Local Expatriate Spouse Association. It will be a website to help inform people about this organization.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Multi-Scientific Calculator

By:

  1. Alex Green
6 Likes

Booth Number: 19 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

My project will be a python program that will be preloaded with a considerable number of fundamental mathematical and scientific formulas. The formula will all be accompanied explicative images or some other means of facilitation of use and understanding of the formula in the program, possibly with the inclusion of an 'Explanation of Concept' option to each section.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Music Studio

By:

  1. Matt Johnston
6 Likes

Booth Number: 12 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

I have created a music program that allows the user to interact with the program to create a simple melody from a piano roll, synths, basses, and drums.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

My Gluten-Free Burlington --CS110

By:

  1. Aaron Brunet
6 Likes

Booth Number: 30 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Have Celiac disease, or a gluten sensitivity? Remembering what restaurants offer a gluten-free menu can be a pain (sometimes literally). I plan to create a program (using Java) that stores information on gluten-free restaurants in the Burlington area, including name, menu, and contact information (and possibly links to Yelp reviews) in a handy Java applet.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Navigation of a Three-Dimensional Environment Using a Leap Motion

By:

  1. Aaron Morton
  2. Keegan Woodward
6 Likes

Booth Number: 34 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

This project allows a user to control their player using intuitive hand movements and gestures, as they fly through a three-dimensional maze.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 228

Personal Portfolio Website

By:

  1. Julianna Roen
6 Likes

Booth Number: 25 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Display various art pieces and websites that I have created over the past few years.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 148

Philip Vernimb CS008 Final Project

By:

  1. Philip Vernimb
6 Likes

Booth Number: 21 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

My CS008 Final Project

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Pier Pizza Company

By:

  1. Nicholas Agel
6 Likes

Booth Number: 19 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

I have given the opportunity to redesign a local RI pizza shop's website.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Predicting terrorism

By:

  1. Javier Bernardo
6 Likes

Booth Number: 34 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

Studying the magnitude of terrorist attacks, the number of attacks with a determined size and the time between attacks can unravel the dynamics behind them. Surprisingly, the relation between those variables is constant for most terrorist groups and deviations from it can indicate the strength and type of warfare (Conventional, guerrilla). Here, we will study the Spanish terrorist group ETA and will try to relate different parts of the conflict with the frequency and size of attacks; furthermore, using a computational model, we will check if the size of the terrorist cells predicted correspond with the size of the cells that have been break up in the past, and if the time between attacks indicated the weakening of the group, as it has been shown for terrorism in Irak and Afghanistan.

Class project is for (or related to): CSYS 300

Python in Java

By:

  1. Taylor Ryan
6 Likes

Booth Number: 29 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

My project will be to create a game in Java (CS110). The game will be high score based as apposed to level-based.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Quadrupus Golf

By:

  1. Shane Celis
6 Likes

Booth Number: 12 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

This project allows a user to control a quadruped, a four-legged robot, using only their hand and fingers. The goal is to get the robot to go into the hole like golf. It uses a LeapMotion controller, which is like a XBox Kinect for the hand rather than the body. This project grew out of a research project focused on low-level user demonstrations[1] but was adapted for outreach activities like the Mini Maker Faire and New Student Orientation. [1]: Celis, S., Hornby, G. S., Bongard, J. C. (2013) Avoiding Local Optima with User Demonstrations and Low-level Control. 2013 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Cancun, MX. http://shanecelis.github.io/papers/2013_CEC_Celis.pdf

Class project is for (or related to): CS 228 CS 206

Remodeling the Spectrum

By:

  1. Johann Kulsic
  2. Christine Bolognino
  3. Deven Desai
6 Likes

Booth Number: 9 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

This project will be a website that endeavors to educate people of the fluid and ever-changing gender/sexuality spectrum, and to better model their own sexuality in a comprehensive and understandable manner.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

RERC Website and Efficiency Vermont Electric Usage Tool

By:

  1. Sara Piette
6 Likes

Booth Number: 23 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

This Renewable Energy Resource Center is a website I created as part of my summer internship with Vermont Energy Investment Corporation. The existing site had not been updated since the 1990s and I was charged with designing the layout, adding functionality, and updating content. The project allowed me to develop my web design skills as well as gain experience with Content Management Systems, code repositories such as BitBucket and Git, using .less files for CSS compilation, and working with client demands/requirements.

Class project is for (or related to): Internship

Restriction Digest Analyzer

By:

  1. Alan Chu
6 Likes

Booth Number: 9 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This python program will analyze a sequence of DNA stored in a file, and determine the restriction enzyme sites and the number of sites it contains. This program is still in its beta stage, but the full fledge program will allow a user to select returned "hits" from restriction enzymes and determine what fragment sizes would be expected. The program will be useful in setting up a proper digestion reaction for cloning and any other recombinant DNA work.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Retro Gaming

By:

  1. Eric Mousin
  2. Sara Birchard
  3. Anel Korajkic
6 Likes

Booth Number: 26 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

A site dedicated to the theme of retro games, NES, SNES, etc.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

ReviewVM

By:

  1. Alex Bonfigli
6 Likes

Booth Number: 18 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This website is designed to give UVM students a place to post and read other student reviews about UVM Courses, Professors, Clubs, and Activities. The site is currently in its "beta" stage but I hope to continue working on it because I believe it has the potential to become a great resource for UVM students.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Rex Calabrese Presents Experimental waves.

By:

  1. Rex Calabrese
6 Likes

Booth Number: 27 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

Analyzing various forms of waves.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 020

RinkNote

By:

  1. Joshua Dickerson
  2. Anders Melen
  3. Michael Toth
  4. Benjamin Mosher
  5. Guillaume Pepin
6 Likes

Booth Number: 8 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

An iPad app and web-application for helping athletic recruiters create and store recruiting data.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 296

Robotics Team Website CS008 Final Project

By:

  1. Owen Marshall
6 Likes

Booth Number: 17 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

A website for the UVM Vex Robotics club which I am starting. It will display information about the team and have a form for contact information of interested students.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Scheduler

By:

  1. Dillon Beliveau
  2. Elliot DeMatteis
6 Likes

Booth Number: 9 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

A web application written in Python/Django allowing users to create and share their daily schedules with others.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008 and CS 021

Scott Kilgus Design

By:

  1. James Kilgus
  2. Bajro Pasic
6 Likes

Booth Number: 19 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

This website will be dedicated to showing off the houses designed by Scott Kilgus to gain more business. It will have a main page, a photos page, a blueprints page, a contact page and some organization structure to arrange Existing photos of houses along with their blueprints and sketch ups along with other sketches and designs that were never built. This is the rough idea there will probably be more pages and a lot of time spent on looks and flow. The idea is to make a catchy page with good looking houses and designs to get drafting and design work. We want the page to look good and come up easily on google.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Ski areas around Burlington

By:

  1. Romario Bailey
6 Likes

Booth Number: 22 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This site will allow students to(mainly first years) who want to ski/snowboard/hike, but are not sure where they want to go. It will give the user a little information about the ski resort, it will provide them with feedback from other students about the different areas, and it will also provide the user with directions and let the know when rides are available.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Soldiers of the Snow Prototype

By:

  1. Brandt Newton
6 Likes

Booth Number: 12 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

A prototype of a retro style isometric turn based strategy game.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 110

Stock Market Simulation in Python

By:

  1. Ian Foertsch
6 Likes

Booth Number: 5 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

A rudimentary stock market was simulated in Python 2.7 using an agent based modelling approach. The project is designed to demonstrate the role of rational price-oriented decision making and trend influence in market behavior.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

team internship database

By:

  1. Simon Anguish
  2. Nicholas Agel
  3. Eric Casavant
  4. Owen Marshall
  5. Will Barnwell
6 Likes

Booth Number: 26 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

This project will be an internship database, allowing the user to sign up, log in, search for, and favorite certain internship opportunities.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

Text Based Adventure Game

By:

  1. C.j. Pecor
6 Likes

Booth Number: 17 - B

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

A text-based video game using what I've learned so far in my programming classes.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 021

The Vermont Cynic Website Redesign

By:

  1. Keegan Woodward
6 Likes

Booth Number: 26 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

A redesign of the Vermont Cynic website.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 148

The Wall

By:

  1. Austin Lanham
6 Likes

Booth Number: 18 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

A website containing photos of all CS students and other students enrolled in CS classes.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Trauma Recovery Tracking App

By:

  1. Rebecca Norton
  2. Joshua Barry
  3. Jenna Bushor
  4. Tosha Hawley
  5. Madison Harris
  6. Tyler Sawyer
6 Likes

Booth Number: 15 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

We are creating an iPhone app to help trauma patients track their recovery. While most people eventually make a full recovery after a traumatic incident, some develop further problems such as depression. This project is for CS 295, and is in collaboration with Dr. Matthew Price of the UVM Department of Psychology. Our app will prompt users several times a day to answer short survey questions about their mood, current thoughts, etc. This data will be securely transmitted to a web server where the medical professionals involved in the case can view it. Our hope is to allow doctors to identify and reach out to patients who need additional help.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 295

University Of Vermont Womens Ultimate Frisbee Website

By:

  1. Corey Atkins
  2. Chris Hopkins
6 Likes

Booth Number: 23 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

This is a final project website created for CS008.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

UVM Salsa and Swing Society Website

By:

  1. Eric Newbury
6 Likes

Booth Number: 24 - B

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

As PR Chair of the UVM Salsa and Swing Society, I wanted to find ways to bring together all the stranded assets that the club has such as our facebook, twitter, youtube, flickr, etc. I also found that information was usually transferred word of mouth and one of the biggest blockages for people joining was that it seemed too confusing or scary. As a PR Chair and a web designer, I set out to achieve one main goal for SASS, at that was to bring in new members to invigorate the club.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 142

Vector Invaders

By:

  1. Iain Portalupi
6 Likes

Booth Number: 22 - A

Presentation Time: 12:50 pm

Are you a fan of retro arcade games? Vector Invaders is my recreation of the classic game Space Invaders using Matlab.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 020

Veridian Dynamics

By:

  1. Samuel Reinhardt
6 Likes

Booth Number: 30 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

A humorous website for the CS008 final project.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Votey Solar

By:

  1. Paul D'Amora
  2. Jackson Maslow
6 Likes

Booth Number: 34 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

As part of the Clean Energy Fund three solar panels were installed on the roof of Votey Hall. What we did was create a web interface that intuitively utilizes that data.

Class project is for (or related to): Independent

Walking Tour of UVM

By:

  1. Alexander Ziminski
6 Likes

Booth Number: 31 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

The project is of a website which will feature videos of different locations around the UVM campus

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Web Site for an Electrology Studio

By:

  1. Roger Bombardier
  2. Travis Bartlett
6 Likes

Booth Number: 22 - B

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

A web site for a local small business, an electrology studio to include business presentation, hours, information about operator certifications, business processes, a form to gather client data and appointment information.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Welcome to Vermont

By:

  1. Michael Kazour
  2. Alexander Levin
6 Likes

Booth Number: 22 - A

Presentation Time: 3:00 pm

The web site is about all the different attractions Vermont holds as well as the different activities that Vermonters participate in. The project uses tables, forms, and image maps to help describe and inform the viewer about Vermont.

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008

Wheasley Wizard Wonderworks

By:

  1. Jayson Conyette
  2. Jack Hurley
  3. Rayne Hanke
6 Likes

Booth Number: 27 - A

Presentation Time: 1:55 pm

The site is a play off of the business “Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes” from Harry Potter. There will be an order form and/or a customer interests survey form. The site will include products from the Weasley twins’ joke shop and a bio for the Weasley twins. This fun, interactive site will blow your mind!

Class project is for (or related to): CS 008