Pegasus

Mathematics and Computer SCE Celebration

  • Sami Bialozynski ’18
    Sami Bialozynski ’18
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Students and professors enjoy snacks while waiting for presentations to begin
    Students and professors enjoy snacks while waiting for presentations to begin
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Background about Bialozynski’s thesis project
    Background about Bialozynski’s thesis project
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Bialozynski ’18 presenting her thesis
    Bialozynski ’18 presenting her thesis
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Bialozynski ’18 presenting her thesis
    Bialozynski ’18 presenting her thesis
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Students and professors watch Bialozynski present her thesis
    Students and professors watch Bialozynski present her thesis
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • An image of what Bialozynski’s phone app looks like
    An image of what Bialozynski’s phone app looks like
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Cody Weiler ’18
    Cody Weiler ’18
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • A description of Weiler’s thesis project
    A description of Weiler’s thesis project
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Weiler ’18 shows the menu screen from his video game project
    Weiler ’18 shows the menu screen from his video game project
    Katie Bedard ’21
  • Weiler ’18 shows the character selection screen from his video game project
    Weiler ’18 shows the character selection screen from his video game project
    Katie Bedard ’21
May 13, 2018

The Senior Capstone Experience Celebration kicked off April 9th with the first round of Mathematics and Computer Science oral presentations. Two seniors for the Computer Science major presented their theses on app development. The first presentation was given by Sami Bialozynski ’18 who discussed an app she specifically created for Washington College students to not only track their class times, but to also show where their classes are on a digital map. This app could potentially be applied to other college campuses.

The second presentation was given by Cody Weiler ’18 who created a video game app inspired by his love for the video game franchise,“Spyro.” In this app, players could play as different “Spyro” characters who would fly and shoot fire attacks at incoming enemies. The game’s background was similar to that found in other video game apps, such as “Flappy Bird,” as the character cruised around the game screen dodging obstacles. Weiler noted how he planned to include new enemy characters and other features to improve game play.


Last modified on May. 13th at 11:25pm by Casey Williams.