The Department of Computer Science (DCS) is introducing the first video competition for all undergraduate Summer Researchers at the department! This is a great chance to show off your research, scholarly activities and your love for computer science. We hope to get interesting and fun submissions about your research experience this summer. Time to get creative!
Video about last year's event
We received 7 submissions. We had a committee of 7 faculty and 6 graduate students / postdocs voting for their top 3. Criteria used was originality, clarity of presentation, quality of research. All submissions were fantastic and it was very difficult to decide. We recommend you to watch all the videos!
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All videos have sound so turn on your speakers!
First place: Seyed Kamyar Seyed Ghasemipour
Second place: Michael Layzell
Third place: Chris Cremer
Jialiang Wang (homepage)
Daniel Marchena Parreira
The video should present and describe the main emphasis of your research this summer in a manner that is understandable and interesting to the general public. We encourage you to also include elements of your research life, summer activities and anything else you think will make the video interesting. You can create the video in pairs or even in a trio as long as you are willing to share the prize.
There's really just one guideline: Be creative, quirky and authentic!
Submission is now closed.