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Daemon Dash brings Students, Alums, and Companies together for 24 hours of Coding

The Department of Computer Science hosted its third annual Daemon Dash Hackathon from September 13-14, 2014. Approximately 100 undergraduate students from a variety of majors including Computer Science, Engineering, Biology, and Math spent twenty-four hours building software projects around the theme of sustainability--echoing the University’s commitment to a greener future.   

Maryland Software Day was held November 3 as a forum for UMD and Fraunhofer software researchers to discuss their research with interested parties from on- and off-campus.

Maryland Software Day was held November 3 as a forum for UMD and Fraunhofer software researchers to discuss their research with interested parties from on- and off-campus.

V.S. Subrahmanian was a winner of a 2006 Computerworld Horizon Award for the Opinion Analysis System software developedhere at Maryland in partnership with the University of Naples in Italy.

V.S. Subrahmanian was a winner of a 2006 Computerworld Horizon Award for the Opinion Analysis System software developedhere at Maryland in partnership with the University of Naples in Italy. Article

V.S. Subrahmanian's IMPACT and STORY projects both received honorable mentions in Computerworld's Horizon Awards for innovative software. Of the 28 projects to receive awards, these were the only university projects.

V.S. Subrahmanian's IMPACT and STORY projectsboth received honorable mentions in Computerworld's Horizon Awards for innovative software.Of the 28 projects to receive awards, these were the only university projects.

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