trophiesUWindsor teams won four trophies at the Computer Science Games.

Computer science students show skills in competition

UWindsor teams returned from the Computer Science Games with a haul of four trophies.

The collegiate competition, held in Montreal from March 15 to 18, involved challenges in everything from web and mobile development to artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and social school spirit activities.

Windsor sent two teams of 10 students each, led by captains Abbie Dewhirst and Vivian Tang. Each team earned a first place and a third place showing.

Gabriel Rueda and Tanzim Hossain of Code Green won first place in debugging; Hossain and Bradley Boratto finished third in high performance computing.

Borhan Saflo and Cameron Vandermeersch of //path/ogens took top honours in database; their teammates Faraan Rashid and Raymond Zeng earned a third-place finish in the chatbot competition.

“This success was made possible by the unwavering support of the Computer Science Society, School of Computer Science, and Faculty of Science,” says Tang. “With their backing, our teams continue to elevate UWindsor’s reputation and showcase our excellence in computing.”

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