Building 15, Room 3201
The School of Computing Symposium features course projects, thesis projects, and other types of faculty research projects carried out by undergraduate and graduate students. Students and faculty will share their work via poster presentations. This event will provide you an opportunity to have one-on-one interaction with our faculty and other computing students.The event is open to the public. Light refreshments is served. The symposium is free but registration is required (Registration for this event is now closed).
Thanks to all for taking time to attend the symposium and providing comments to our student presentations. Please provide your suggestions to improve the next symposium.
Fall 2016 Symposium Feedback Survey
Special thanks to corporate sponsors for supporting our students in this event. This symposium is supported by annual contributions by members of the School of Computing Advisory Board and local companies. You can find list of advisory board members at CAB.
2:15 PM to 2:45 PM – Students setting up their poster2:30 PM to 3:30 PM – Check-in and registration3:00 PM – Event kickoff 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM – Attendees view posters and provide feedback6:00 PM to 6:30 PM – Event closing and announcement of symposium winnersDuring the event, each attendee will be allowed to invest 100 UNF e-Dollars on poster of their interests. Attendees can cast an investment vote via smartphone using QR reader apps. QR Code Reader App should be available for free in the App store relevant to your phone. We will also have few computers at the event location for casting votes. Posters that receive the highest number of votes would be announced as the symposium prize winners.
Event Location and Parking
UNF Adam W. Herbert University Center
12000 Alumni Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32224 - 2678
The University Center offers complimentary parking to all event attendees. You can find driving instructions at the below link:
During the event, attendees were provided with 10 votes with instructions to rate up to 10 posters in the scale of 1 (low) to 10 (high) that are award worthy. Winners of the symposium were decided based on the ratings received. Winners were recognized with cash prizes and certification awards. School of Computing Advisory Board members along with Dr. Sherif Elfayoumy, School of Computing Director presented cash prizes and award certificates to winners of the symposium.
Presenters: Christian J. Bartram, Molly Johnson, Whitley E.
Turner, and Clayton Walters
Course: CIS 4327 - IS Senior Project I
Presenters: Matthew Boyette, William Mejia, Demetrius Myers, and Slaven Popadic
Course: CEN 4010 – Software Engineering
Presenters: Felicitas Carter, Tillman Chen, Ashley Darling, and Shawna Gerard
Course: CIS 4327 - IS Senior Project I
Honorable Mention Winners
Seven posters were recognized with honorable mention award for best-in-class poster presentation. Honorable mention winners received $50 cash prize and award certificate. See below for list of honorable mention award winners:
Apart from above winners, two other posters received special recognition for the most innovative and the best real world application projects. The most innovative and real world projects were selected by representatives from Randrr (http://www.randrr.com/).
Most Innovative Project Poster Title: Tensorflow
Students and Faculty from following courses and research projects will be presenting their work at the symposium.
Spring 2016 SoC Symposium
Fall 2015 SoC Symposium
Spring 2015 SoC Symposium
Fall 2014 SoC Symposium
Spring 2014 SoC Symposium
Fall 2012 SoC Student Symposium
Spring 2012 SoC Student Symposium
Fall 2011 SoC Student Symposium
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