Trinity Undergraduate Science Symposium

The HFOSS Project was well represented at the Fall 2009 Undergraduate Science Symposium held at Trinity College.   Students from Trinity and Wesleyan presented posters on their summer projects. 

Rachel Foecking (Trinity ‘11) and Ted Nichols (Wesleyan ‘10) presented the work they did (along with Ryan Gee, Wesleyan ‘11) with the GNOME Accessibility Project, including a demo of their MouseTrap project.

Nicolae Dragu (Trinity ‘12) presented a poster on the work he did (along with Fouad el Khoury, University of Hartford ‘11) on early disease detection for the  InSTEDD project.

Chris Fei (Trinity ‘10) presented the summer work of the HFOSS POSIT team, which also included Qianqian Lin (Wesleyan, ‘11), Gong Chen (Trinity ‘12), Antonio Alcorn (University of Connecticut, ‘10), and Prasanna Gautam (Trinity ‘12).

Dimitar Gochev (Trinity ‘11) presented a poster on the work he did, together with Eli Epstein-Fox (Wesleyan ‘11) and Sam DeFabbia-Kane (Wesleyan ‘12)  on the Collabbit project.

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