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Student Projects

All computer science and interdisciplinary computing majors are required to complete a year-long project during their senior year. This capstone project provides students an opportunity to demonstrate their mastery of various subjects in computing and their ability to solve real-world problems in a creative way.  In addition, many of our students enjoy unique opportunities to work with faculty during the school year or the summer on research or creative projects.  The research projects are funded either by external agencies such as National Science Foundation, or internal grants provided by the college.  In the past several years, our students have co-authored papers based on their research findings and presented them at various professional conferences.​​

Senior Projects

2016/2017

LOCAL-E: Connecting You Back to Your Community
Pranav Bhandari ‘17, click here to view poster

An Analysis of Political Social Media Data Using Natural Language Processing
Rahul Chandrashekhar ‘17, click here to view poster

What's Your Tongue Saying: Development of a Mobile App for Tongue Image Storage and a Desktop GUI to Extract a Diagnosis from an Image of a Tongue
Courtney B. Driscoll ‘17, click here to view poster

ARCHIDNI: Your Personal Guide & Assistant to Travels
Maria Dyane ‘17, click here​ to view poster

QUICKMUSIC—All-in-One Music Tool
Yaoqi Guo ‘17, click here to view poster

TRINREPORT: A Secure and User-Friendly Incident Reporting App for Trinity College’s Campus
Basileal Imana ‘17, click here to view poster

Aesthetic Feature Extraction and an Emotion Guessing Machine
Peter Jung ‘17, click here to view poster

目覚(MEZA) : An Exploration of the Modern Alarm Clock
Adam Krog ‘17, click here to view poster

Electronic Music Generation with MAGENTA
Bingqing Li ‘17, click here to view poster

Evaluation the Learnability of K-Means Clustering
Yuxuan Li ‘17, click here to view poster

J3DGE: An Educaiotnal 3D Game Engine Written in JAVA
Minghui Liu ‘17, click here to view poster

Off the Grid (OT): A Native iOS 9.3+ Application with End-to-End Encrypted Group and Private Chat
Soham Madnani ‘18, click here to view poster

FINDMYRESTRO
Kishwor Pokharel ‘17, click here to view poster

NOTEWORTHY: A Wearable Device Approach to Perfecting Human's Auditory Memory
Phongpol Punyagupta ‘18, click here to view poster

Literary Teaching Assistant
Harrison Quarls ‘17, click here to view poster

Measuring Improvements to GRÖBNER Basis Computation with S-POLYNOMIALS
John Wallace ‘17, click here to view poster

Dream Island: A 2D Video Game Adventure
Ian Weist ‘17, click here to view poster

USMACROTRENDS: A Geospatial Analysis of Macroeconomic Trends
Nicholas Wray ‘17, click here to view poster

PROJOSHARE​
Shamika Nelson ‘17, click here​ to view poster​

Coincide​
Stephen DeMonico ‘17
Winner of the 2017 Travelers Companies Foundation Senior Research Prize​

ODYSSEY, A Storytelling Tool​
Jacobo Carbó ‘17, click here​ to view poster

2015/2016

Covert Command & Control (C2) Channel
Luke M. Bradford-Winkler '16, click here to view poster

Yelpilyzer - Sentiment Analysis Based on Yelp Reviews (Power of Natural Language Process)
Yisheng Cai '16, click here to view poster

My Gym Buddy
Michael F. Castellana '16, click here to view poster

Ball Don’t Lie
Reid H. Delaney '16, click here to view poster

The Chronicles of Ragg (Based on the book The Chronicles of Ragg: The Sword of Gabriel)
Robert D. Flanagan, Jr. '16, click here to view poster

GenRelate
Igwe Igwe-Kalu '16, click here to view poster

Introduction to Quantitative Analysis ("IQA") Platform
Maximillian A. D. Le Merle '16, click here to view poster

Sports Ex
Robert F. Paine '16, click here to view poster

Efficient Pseudorandom Number Generation on the GPU
Peter W. Reheis '16, click here to view poster

Enhancing Usability of App Inventor in Mobile Devices With Touch Event Handling
Kyungmin Ryu '16, click here to view poster

Random Walks on Expander Graphs
Yicheng Shao ‘16, click here to view poster
Winner of the 2016 Senior Poster Award

T-Mart - E-Commerce for Bantams
George I. Thekkedath '16, click here to view poster

TrackRecordRace
Claudia R. Trafton '16, click here to view poster

METAMANAGER: A Metacognitive Trainer
Morgan K. Williams '16, click here to view poster
Winner of the 2016 Travelers Companies Foundation Senior Research Prize

Shoo$n’ Straight
Steven J. Yee '16, click here to view poster


2014/2015

TryCode
Christine Boyle '15, click here to view poster

 Stock Opt
Jason Katz '15

 Fantasy Football Draft Ranker
Jake Hyland '15

 Classifying Drivers Based on Android Phone Data
Joseph Magardino '15

 Email Filter
Angel Castromonte '15

 FitHub
Chudi Iregbulem '15

 CIQ App
Destin Dopwell '15, click here to view poster

 EventShowcase
Ryan Nelson '15
Winner of the 2015 Travelers Companies Foundation Senior Research Prize

 Hypergraph Partitioning on GPUs and Image Classificationby
Philip Cho '15, click here to view poster
Winner of the 2015 Senior Poster Award

 WebSocket  by Pokemon Showdown on Android
NIcky Thai '15


2013/2014

Acquire Online
Marin A. Abernethy `14 (Advisor: John Ridgway) click here to view poster
Winner of the 2014 Senior Poster Award

Construction Algorithms for Expander Graphs
Vlad S. Burca `14 (Advisor: Takunari Miyazaki) click here to view poster

Noteworks
Liam F. Doran `14 (Advisor: John Ridgway) click here to view poster
Winner of the 2014 Travelers Companies Foundation Senior Research Prize

Predictive Modeling: Financial momentum
Zachary S. Freedman `14 (Advisor: Takunari Miyazaki) click here to view poster

Musician's Toolbox
Christina M. Lipson `14 (Advisor: John Ridgway) click here to view poster

A SocialMiniMap
Nathaniel S. Maynard `14 (Advisor: John Ridgway) 

Nuli Xuexi: A Mobile Phone Application for Stuydying Chinese
Tanya D. Nongera `14 (Advisor: Ralph Morelli) click here to view poster

WhatsOn: A Web Application that is Used to Suggest Movies Currently in Theatres and on Redbox to its Users
Jamie Ray-Anthony Recas `14 (Advisor: John Ridgway) click here to view poster

A Calendar Website for Athetes - Specifically Rowers to Track Progress and Improvement
Lauren B. Yianilos `14 (Advisor: John Ridgway) click here to view poster

Developement of a Machine Learning Algorithm to Predict National Hockey League Game Winners
Alexandre X. Zhang `14 (Advisor: Takunari Miyazaki) click here to view poster


 
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