What is the CS Fair?
The CS Fair is a UVM event where Computer Science students (majors, minors or just taking a class) may submit and showcase their computer projects. The purpose of the CS Fair is to give students a chance to present their work to their peers and professionals in an open and exciting environment. A panel of judges critique the student work where the prize amounts are up to $300 with many opportunities to win. This year the CS Fair will take place in the Davis Center in the Grand Maple Ballroom.
December 9th 2016 1:10 PM to 4:20 PM
Davis Center, Grand Maple Ballroom, University of Vermont
- All Participants must have been enrolled in a Computer Science course at UVM or be an active CS or Data Science, Major or Minor during the 2016 calendar year (Jan to Dec).
- Group or individual projects are allowed.
- Course projects are allowed (the more unique they are from your classmates' the higher your chances of getting in and winning).
- Non course projects are highly encouraged (i.e., something you did on your own).
- You may enter more than one project but you cannot present more than one project in a time slot. It is your responsibility to confirm you have not been assigned to present more than one project at a time.
- Registration does not guarantee project will be accepted.
- All entries must be present at their booth. We will provide space on a table, but you need to provide a laptop (with a good battery -- no power is available) and/or other display (e.g., poster).
- You are eligible to win only one competitive prize, you may forfeit a lower prize.
- Unclaimed prizes will be forfeited after one week after the fair.
- All entries allow us to use photos for promotional material.
- All entries must be received by November 12th in order to receive a t-shirt. T-Shirts not picked up before Thanksgiving Break are forfeited to a first come first serve.
- Monetary prizes will be in the form of UVM gift card.
- UVM monetary prize policy and scholarship policy.
Prizes & Judging
Prizes are picked by a team of judges for each category. Student projects will be interspersed throughout the room but will be given a color code so a judge can easily identify which project to judge. The people's choice award goes to the projects with the most votes.
Prizes are picked each hour via a random number generator. A winner will be selected for each hour, you must be present to claim your prize.