The Undergraduate Project Showcase is held annually by the Computer Science Department to highlight independent, team-based research or project work done during the academic year.
Normally held during the spring semester on a Friday at the LSRC Hall of Science, this event features poster presentations in two tracks:
- Independent study research
- Course/Out-of-class projects
The best projects in each category are decided by faculty judges and announced towards the end of the event. The winners in each category will have their posters on display at the Duke Visible Thinking event.
If you are a student who plans on graduating with Distinction in CS, you must submit your project to the Project Showcase. If you are working on an independent study or research independent study in CS, you are highly encouraged to submit your project as well.
For 2020, we featured a virtual showcase of the projects completed this academic school year:
Recent years' Showcases and poster winners: