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“Mobile app that measures lung functions headlines UW computer science show”

A terrific GeekWire article, with a huge number of great photos, on the UW CSE Open House held on Wednesday evening:

“We all remember school science fairs – lots of posters, people and presentations packed into a large area.  Consider Wednesday evening at University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering something similar, but instead a souped-up version hosted by computer science buffs.

“As part of UW CSE’s Industry Affiliates Annual Meeting, 89 research groups made up of over 150 grad students set up shop in rooms within the UW’s high-tech Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering to show off their latest work in a poster and demo session.  Industry representatives, regional alumni and friends of the department were on hand to see everything from animated learning games to candid portrait selection derived from video.”

Read more, and see lots of terrific photos, here.

October 25, 2012