The School of Computing Term Project Showcase (STePS) aims to bring together and present selected student projects in the School of Computing (SoC) to facilitate independent peer learning, entrepreneurship and effective employment with modern flipped career-fair approach. In addition, STePS facilitates better assessment model through multi-party assessment of course projects. It's a festive yet serious class showcase, in which students present their projects in all aspects of computer science and information systems to the respective Faculty, Industry guests, Government agencies, Sponsors and Investors for grading, to connect with potential employers and to seek opportunities for further development of their work through collaboration with Industry and Investors.
Software Engineering on Modern Application Platforms (Chair: Dr Wai Kay)
Web Programming and Applications (Chair: Dr. Steven Halim)
COMPUTER SECURITY (Chair: Prof Hugh Anderson)
Interaction Design (Chair: Dr. Bimlesh Wadhwa)
GAME DEVELOPMENT (Chair: anand)
Media Technology Project (Chair: OOI WEI TSANG)
Mobile and Ubiquitous Commerce (Chair: Dr. Tan Wee Kek)
Hands-on with Business Analytics (Chair: Prof. Tuan Q. Phan)
MIP-FYP - Module Independent Projects and Final Year Projects (Chair: anand)
Award & Prize
Through peer-balloting, students in the participating projects will be able to vote for their favorite projects. We have arranged for about $500 worth prizes to be awarded to best projects in each track (course) as determined by popular and industry votes per class.
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The most innovative project of the event will receive a Pi-Top. (pi-top is a modular laptop you build yourself. It’s the perfect tool to help you start learning how to code, create awesome devices, and take your knowledge to the next level.)