Middlebury team places third at ACM programming contest
October 16, 2010
Middlebury's programming contest team placed third at the ACM Boston Preliminary (BOSPRE 2010) programming contest. The team, consisting of junior CS majors Joe Redmon, Alex Bullard, and Will Martin, put in a strong showing despite facing a stiff competition including schools like Harvard, MIT, Brown, and Tufts. The scoreboard and programming problems are available at the BOSPRE website.
Congratulations to Joe, Alex, and Will, on their great performance!
Middlebury CS major David Fouhey '11 presents paper at conference in Istanbul
August 23, 2010
Middlebury Computer Science major David Fouhey, class of 2011, presented his paper "Multiple Plane Detection in Image Pairs using J-Linkage" at the 20th International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR 2010) in Istanbul, Turkey. The paper discusses the results of David's summer 2009 research project under the supervision of computer science professors Daniel Scharstein and Amy Briggs.
David spent the spring semester abroad in Scotland at the University of Edinburgh, and this past summer he worked at Carnegie Mellon's National Robotics Engineering Center as part of CMU's Robotics Institute Summer Scholars Program.
Congratulations to David on this huge accomplishment!