Undergraduate conference presentations, peer-reviewed publications, and awards
King's Computing Science students often present research results at conferences and have papers accepted for publication. Below are notable accomplishments from our students. For a complete list, click here.
- K. Visser, D. Vujnovic, K. Vujnovic, D. Visscher, and M. Janzen, “Semi-automated camera trap image processing for the detection of ungulate fence crossing events,” presented at The 25th Anniversary Conference of the Alberta Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Edmonton, AB, Mar. 2015.
- K. Visser was awarded "Outstanding Undergraduate Presentation" (1st place) for her talk.
- A. Babatunde, N. Franck, and M. Janzen, “Designing and Testing a Racing Car Serious Game Module,” presented at The 5th International Conference of Serious Games Development and Applications, LNCS 8778, Berlin, Germany, Oct. 2014, pp. 192–198.
- P. Vanderveen, M. Janzen, and A. F. Tappenden, “A Web Service Test Generator,” in Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution, Victoria, BC, Oct. 2014, pp. 516–520.
- D. Eymundson, D. Visscher, and M. Janzen, “Serious Game Modules for Entertainment Games,” presented at The 4th International Conference of Serious Games Development and Applications, LNCS 8101, Trondheim, Norway, Sept. 2013, pp. 206–211.
Recent senior theses
All Computing Science students complete a research project under the direct mentorship of a faculty member. Titles of the most recent theses are listed below. For a list of titles dating back to 2011, click here.
- T. Steinbring, Initial Detection and Tracking of a Basketball Using a Webcam.
- J. Hufnagel, Using Lego Mindstorms as a Motivational Tool in Post Secondary Education.
- R. Johnson, 3D Printers and their Applications to Mathematics Education.