Students win a first prize at the Student Innovation Competition in New York City (Expired)

Mark Laprairie and Spoorthy Seenappa, two CS graduate students supervised by Dr. Howard Hamilton, won a first prize in the UIST Student Innovation contest in New York City.  The competition had three categories: most creative, most useful, and best implementation.  They received first prize in the "best implementation" category.  They presented an invention called the 'Visual Clipboard.'  The UIST Student Innovation contest provided 30 student teams from around the world with the opportunity to develop software for the Adaptive Keyboard, a piece of unique hardware that cannot be found anywhere else. 

See http://www.microsoft.com/appliedsciences/content/projects/uist.aspx


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