Capstone Symposium displays applied knowledge by Camosun students
Monday, June 17, 9am-3:30pm
Hotel Grand Pacific, 463 Belleville Street, Victoria
Public Service Annoucement
June 12, 2019
Camosun College's Information and Computer Systems Technology students will showcase their Capstone projects to potential employers and the public.
Now, at the culmination of their studies, these students possess the ability to design and create exciting and innovative projects. Public and media are welcome to attend.
The events major sponsor Checkfront Inc, will have a guest speaker in addition to presenting The Capstone Symposium Award for Innovative Excellence. This is a great event to network with up-and-coming technologists and check out the software development projects. There is no cost for admission but guests are encouraged to pre-register online. Refreshments will be provided.
Special thank you goes to all the project sponsors, event sponsors, and Camosun faculty for their great efforts and generous contributions to make the Symposium a success.
In addition, thank you to Vivid Solutions and StarFish Medical for their support.
More details and registration are available online at capstone.camosun.ca
Saryta Schaerer, MSc.
Program Chair, Computer Science
250-370-4451 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Capstone Symposium Project Descriptions
Web application to assist instructors lecture by converting Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) into Portable Document Format (PDF)
Web application add-on to aid in creating parts lists for rooftop solar panel installations
Database with Web integration for Capital City Yacht Club
Online discussion platform for people to post and share ideas about their neighbourhood
Web application to book interview meetings based on candidates, interviewers and resources.
Virtual Reality Motion Actuated Racing Simulator for iRacing and VRX Simulator
A mobile application with a React Native Framework for check-in kiosks for Checkfront
Web-based inventory management application for Camosun’s Electronics Department
Team E2 + V
A mobile game application to teach children word association developed in Unity
Web-based learning application to showcase different learning techniques through games
Key tracking web-based application to provide real time inventory management
Ministry of Environment’s (MoE) Social Media Support Application (SMSA)
Mobile application and a web application for Three Trees Technical
Web-based API scanning service tool for the BC government's Chief Information Office
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Last updated: June 12, 2019 1:16 pm