CS-CON logoThe ninth annual Computer Science Conference is free to the campus community, March 27 in the Odette Building.

Conference to showcase work of computer science students

The con is on, say organizers of the ninth annual Computer Science Conference, and it’s booting up fast.

Fourteen students at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels will present research into computing human behaviour, data management, image processing, evolutionary algorithms, agent-based models, and more, during the March 27 event organized by the School of Computer Science.

A new session to show off projects as varied as apps to animation, games and technology is dubbed 4C for “Cool, Clever, Creative Computing.” Those interested in participating may submit 60-second videos until March 20.

The conference is open for everyone to attend. Find more information, including submission instructions, online registration and a complete schedule, on the event website.