Computer Science Colloquium: Senior Project Presentations

Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 10:30am

VanderWerf Hall, 102
27 Graves Place, Holland, MI 49423-3617

Logisim-Plus by Joanie Davis, Nathan Gingrich, and Denae Hummel
Logisim is a open-source circuit simulation software used in CSCI 265 - Computer Architecture. Our team worked to add unit test capabilities to the Logisim framework to allow students to test
their circuits, and to allow circuit assignments to be graded automatically. 

Help Me by Natalie Boardway, Amber Carnahan, Logan Kragt, Meredith Lind, Andrew Rot, and Peter Timperman 
Help Me is an app that is designed for professors to streamline the question-answering process during class or within labs. Its purpose is for professors to easily decide which questions to answer first as well as to allow students to see what questions were asked during a specific class period. The app's front-end was built with React Native for iOS and Android, while the backend was built with Ruby on Rails.

Kruizenga Art Museum Online Gallery - Joe Bustamante, Cordell
Engbers , Angel Iniguez, and Bob Molenhouse, This team worked for the Kruizenga Art Museum in order to establish an online gallery in which users can browse the museum's artwork and search for specific pieces. The art museum had a base installation of the CollectiveAccess open-source collection management software, and our job was to configure both the back-end (called Providence) and the front-end (called Pawtucket) of this software to design and implement the gallery website. We were able to do this by meeting
the specifications of our client and designing a site that opens immediately to a search bar, terms that users can use to refine their search, and a default sampling of some of the museum's artwork.
This allows users an easy-to- use and efficient interface for viewing the online collection.

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Academics, Natural & Applied Sciences Division, Computer Science

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