All are welcome to attend the eighth annual Computer Science Demo Day on Thursday, April 6. Head downtown Windsor and check out the innovative pitches by computer science students as they showcase their latest programming projects.
The event takes place between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the 300 Ouellette Ave. building which houses the Master of Applied Computing (MAC) program.
“Demo Day provides a unique opportunity to the School of Computer Science students to showcase what they are able to achieve in a few months’ period and to encourage other students and also allows them to connect to local tech industry,” says Imran Ahmad, acting director of the School of Computer Science.
CS Demo Day features more than 20 presentations, including research and real-time projects from current undergraduate and graduate students. The School of Computer Science offers everyone a chance to network with students, faculty, and industry partners.
Refreshments will be served. Register now.