Winners Announced for UROC 2010

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The College of Computing's Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Computing Symposium features some of the top projects of the year.

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The College of Computing held its annual UROC Research Symposium on Monday, April 19, featuring some of the top undergraduate research projects produced during the year. Source: Office of Communications

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The College of Computing held its annual UROC Research Symposium on Monday, April 19, featuring some of the top undergraduate research projects produced during the year.

Below is a full list of all 2010 UROC winners:

 

Judges' Awards

First Place ($750)

Antonio Blanca

"Walking on Catalan Spaces"

"Algorithms Simulator"

Advisor: Prasad Tetali

 

Second Place ($300)

Sanjeet Hajarnis

"iQuest - Location Based Gaming"

Advisor: Mark Riedl

 

Third Place ($100)

Joshua Moore

"Extensions of a System for Robot Affordance Prediction"

Advisor: Jim Rehg

 

People's Choice Awards ($50)

First Place

Sanjeet Hajarnis

"iQuest - Location Based Gaming"

Advisor: Mark Riedl

 

Second Place (Tie)

Mansi Sharma

"Community Mosaic: Finding ways to eat more healthfully in a low-income African American community"

Advisors: Beki Grinter & Andrea Grimes

 

Brian Stebar II

"Ad Hoc Symbiotic Traffic Simulation"

Advisors: Richard Fujimoto & Michael Hunter

 

The UROC Research Symposium is supported by generous gifts from Yahoo! and Google.

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