2020
UVM | December 4, 2020 | 1:10 PM to 4:20 PM CS Fair

A Showcase of Student Projects

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The CS Fair is a UVM event which provides Computer Science students the opportunity to display web, app, and other computer related projects for the chance to win up to $300 in cash*. This year the CS Fair will be held December 4th in the Davis Center's Grand Maple Ballroom virtually in MS Teams.

Total Projects: 54 Total Students: 91


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Advanced App Projects (CS 2xx/3xx level) (2 projects, 9 students)

1st Place $300

Space Truckin’ by Megan Doyle, Gavin O'Sullivan, Ben Temkin, Ethan Nerney, Nat Youngren

2rd Place $200

Racial Disparities in Police Killings by US State by Isaac Lee, Grace Bart, Phillip Nguyen, Yousef Khan

3rd Place $100

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Advanced Machine Learning Projects (CS 2xx/3xx level) (6 projects, 15 students)

1st Place $300

League Table Predictor by Nana Nimako, Andres Salcedo

2rd Place $200

Detecting saxophone in jazz ensemble context by Clayton Cafiero, Matthew Thompson, Brandon Gamble

3rd Place $100

Twitter Food Trends by Alaina Carstensen, Jek Kuhn, Amanda Bertschinger

Advanced Projects (CS 2xx/3xx level) (4 projects, 5 students)

1st Place $300

Randomly-Generated 3D City by Marcus Elia

2rd Place $200

(Will Change) X-ray Analysis by Jek Kuhn, Alaina Carstensen

3rd Place $100

ASL (American Sign Language) Teaching Software! Learn to Sign Digits and Letters. by Robby Beattie

Research Projects (independent research projects e.g. part of thesis or dissertation) (2 projects, 4 students)

1st Place $300

A novel spatiotemporal approach for constructing high resolution, daily climate products by Maike Holthuijzen

2rd Place $200

Wireless Data Acquisition System for Electric Race Car by George Spearing, Joe Vassallo, Jonathan Saunders

3rd Place $100

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Intermediate Programming Projects (CS 121 and 1xx level) (5 projects, 6 students)

1st Place $300

4-Dimensional Rendering Engine Sandbox by Jackson Hall

2rd Place $200

Flashback by Andrew Richter

3rd Place $100

Electric Car Systems by Justin Conklin

Intermediate Web Design (CS 142 or 148 level) (12 projects, 21 students)

1st Place $300

Website Themer (JavaScript Browser Extension) by Johnathan Urbani

2rd Place $200

Hit And Run by Jonathan Girdzis, Mario Vega, Matt Nguyen

3rd Place $100

The Solecism: a satire website and blogging tool by Brigitte Durieux

Beginner Programming (CS 21 level) (9 projects, 11 students)

1st Place $300

UVM Police incident report filter by Emily Mcnichols

2rd Place $200

gym recorder admin by Jay Hwasung Jung

3rd Place $100

Message Encryption Using Matrices and Inverses by Celia Liberman

Beginner Web Design (CS 8 level) (14 projects, 20 students)

1st Place $300

Real Estate Company Website by Aland Rinehart, Marley Beers

2rd Place $200

Makaha Poke Bowls by Theresa Schafzahl

3rd Place $100

UVM Active Minds Website by Anthony Stem, Julia Bolton, Ruby Bryan

People's Choice Award

1st Place $300

Bobbies Hobbies Stephen Carlson, Zach Kiefer

2nd Place $200

Predicting COVID: A County by County Analysis Luke Beatty, Oliver Groten, Prasidha Timsina

3rd Place $100

You Begin in a Tavern: A D&D Beginner's Crash Course Allie O'Connor

*Prizes will be announced at the conclusion of the fair. Prize amounts are subject to change based on funding. Prizes may be awarded as a UVM gift card. You may pick your gift from Penni French Innovation E220 during normal business hours.

Rules

  1. 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 2020 calendar year (Jan to Dec).
  2. All Participants must be currently enrolled as a student in the semester the CS Fair is being held.
  3. Projects
    • 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.
  4. Code should be original or clearly documented if code is not yours.
  5. All entries must be present in MS teams for their presentation. at their booth. We will provide space on a table, but you need to provide a laptop (with a good battery power should be available) and/or other display (e.g., poster).
  6. You are eligible to win only one competitive prize, you may forfeit a lower prize.
  7. Prize amounts may be reduced when there are less than 10 projects in a category.
  8. Unclaimed prizes will be forfeited after the last day of final exams.
  9. Monetary prizes will be in the form of UVM gift card. Gift cards will be ready for pick up the week after the fair from the CS deptartment office, 2nd floor Innovation.
  10. UVM monetary prize policy and scholarship policy.
  11. All entries allow us to use photos and videos for promotional material.
  12. All entries must be received by 2020-10-22 23:59:00 in order to receive a t-shirt. T-Shirts not picked up by November 24, 2020 are forfeited to a first come first serve.
  13. Violation of the rules will result in disqualification.