UJ fields 8 of 15 teams in SA finals of global software development challenge

Date: Apr 21, 2016 | Faculties, Faculty of Science, News


On Tuesday 26 April, eight of the 15 teams competing in the final round of the South African leg of the global 2016 Microsoft Imagine Cup, will be fielded from the Academy of Computer Science and Software Engineering (ACSSE) at the University of Johannesburg (UJ).

All the UJ teams are entered in the Innovation category or the World Citizenship category of the competition. The final round takes place from 8am to 8pm at the CSIR Convention Centre in Pretoria. The winners will be announced the same evening.

UJ’s ACSSE teams have had several wins in the last few years in the Imagine Cup. In 2009, 2010 and 2011 ACSSE produced the SA winning team, and in 2013 and 2015 the SA winning team in the Innovation Category.​

Team Novo VisioTeam Novo Visio

Matchmaking homes and humans

 

Team Targarian TechnologiesTeam Targarian Technologies

Houston we have an emergency

 

Team MealmeTeam MealMe

Caveman cash feeds hungry students

 

Team UnerazzTeam Unerazz

Clever drones to find lost people

 

Team Kodea

Team Kodea

Mini-bus taxis for novices

 

Team Bitsplease

 

Team BITSplease

DIY dream computer building for 8 to 80 years

 

Team ForensicTeam Forensic

Voice stress can tell the truth

 

Team Kriterion

Team Kriterion

Forward to tender transparency

 

 

 

Team Kriterion

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