Registration is now open for HopHacks Fall 2016 – the 36-hour student-run hackathon which will take place from Friday October 21st through Sunday October 23rd. In addition to the awesome prizes, swag and free meals throughout the hackathon, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with recruiters from our sponsors including Bloomberg, MissionData and more! We can’t wait to […]
In August 2015, JHU Computer Science major Noah Presler prepared for course registration. The time consuming process of downloading multiple PDF’s, spreadsheets, and course evaluations quarterly was underway. As a side project, Presler had been working with two friends from The University of Toronto, who also shared his frustration, on an online tool to make […]
On May 4, 2016, The Johns Hopkins University Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), held an intimate initiation ceremony to induct 14 new members in to its international honor society. UPE is dedicated to the discipline of computer information systems and computer science. The Hopkins chapter, advised by JHU Computer Scientists Joanne Selinski and Scott […]
Daniel Kaganov entered Theta Tau’s “Tower of Power” competition because he thought it would be fun. Besides, the coordinators of the event held Monday evening in Johns Hopkins University’s Glass Pavilion promised free pizza and soda afterwards. Little did Kaganov—a double-major in chemistry and computer science—know that his chemistry acumen would come in so handy. […]
In describing the way many people think about orthotics, Sophomore Computer Science Major Param Shah asks: “Do you remember Forrest Gump?” The cumbersome leg braces the film’s title character wore as a child remain one of the most recognizable depictions of orthotics. It’s an exaggerated image—most orthotics aren’t creaky metal anymore, and the corrective devices […]
IEEE Spectrum details efforts by a team of Hopkins undergraduates to build a real-life version of the “Star Trek” Tricorder. Read more.
Congratulations to the newest members of the JHU Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the Computer Science Honor Society: Charles Seidell, G. Chandler Furman, Benjamin Cohen, Jeremy Dolinko, Carlo Olcese, Benjamin Glickman, Tuvia Lerea, Maxwell Dickey, Disa Mhembere, and Tze-Yuan Cheng. The newly elected officers are: President – Alex Schiffhauer, Vice President – Tuvia Lerea, Secretary […]