Computer Society International Design Competition

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The Computer Society International Design Competition is open to undergraduate computer science students. Teams must design and implement computer-based solutions to real world problems. The spirit of the competition is ingenuity and originality in using PCs or hand-held computers to create a computer-based system that performs a socially useful function. Teams may consist of a faculty mentor and four undergraduate students (not all members have to be computer science/engineering majors). The theme of this year's CSIDC is Preserving, Protecting and Enhancing the Environment. The deadline to apply for participation in the competition is January 7, 2007. Please visit the sponsor's Web site for additional information. Applicable Majors Computer Science, Computer Engineering