Human Computer interaction

John Dobrosielki, Tiffany Gray, Anna Nhan (CS Seniors) and Martin Stolen (Aerospace Engineering graduate student) will present Carpool.UMD at the Computer-Human Interaction conference.

John Dobrosielki, Tiffany Gray, Anna Nhan (CS Seniors) and Martin Stolen (Aerospace Engineering graduate student) will present Carpool.UMD at the Computer-Human Interaction conference in San Jose, CA from April 28 to May 3.Carpool.UMD was awarded a place in the semifinals for the Student Design Competition with 12 other teams selected out of 54 teams from across the world (19 different schools in 11 countries).

Evan Golub's paper was the first runner-up for the Best Paper Award at the 20th Annual Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Eastern Conference.

Evan Golub's paper was the first runner-up for the Best Paper Award at the 20th Annual Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Eastern Conference.

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