Project Description: We created a clone of the game CodeNames, except that users have the option to upload their own words so they can follow a theme or use it as a unique way to study vocab concepts with friends.
Members: Greg Weber (Front-end), Julie Nguyen (Front-end), Josh Chen (Front-end), Tim Liu (Back-end), Gonzalo Allen-Perez (Back-end), Annie Ping (Back-end)
Project Description: We created a website where UCSD students can find other players to play video games with. They can do this by creating an account, creating cards, and sending cards to people!.
Members: Calvin Nguyen (Front-end), Kane Li (Full-stack)
Mentor: Shreya Nagunuri and Kevin Wu
Project Description: We created a website that can track on-campus UCSD events.
Members: Gavyn Ezell, Cho Jung (Angela) Tsai, Qijun (Mary) Hu, Jae Whan Lee, Rachel Chau, Willey Zhou
Mentor: Angela Hu and Charvi Shukla
Project Description: Yelp and Google Reviews are written by strangers that you cannot necessarily trust. Our solution is to create an application which creates a more personalized food-rating experience! The application connects you to your friends and allows you to see what/where your friends are eating via posts on a feed.
Members: Angela Hu (Project Lead/Front-end), Nicholas Cheah (Front-end), Kinan Alatasi (Front-end), Alexis Vergnet (Back-end), Charvi Shukla (Back-end), Jason Wong (Back-end)
Mentor: Nikhil Dange
Project Description: Recognizing the indispensable role of food ordering apps in the UCSD students’ daily lives, our team aimed to focus on the official food ordering mobile app Triton2Go (Mobile Order) by redesigning both the visual layouts and content layouts to optimize the user interface, streamline the ordering process, incorporate engaging gamification elements in rewards store to encourage user loyalty and satisfaction. We hope to help our target users and make the end process intelligent, enjoyable, and productive.
Members: Cindy Peng (Project Lead), Thomas Wang, Dianne Natanauan, Amy To
Project Description: Using machine learning, predict the outcomes of Supreme Court Cases (whether they are conservative, liberal, or unspecifiable).
Members: Jenny Mar, Nitya Pillai, Ada He, Han Hoang, Rushil Chandrupatla, Serena Chen
Project Description: Using NLP and Machine Learning, created a Political Sentiment Classifier that can address blocks of texts and determine whether they are politically charged and classify them as Liberal or Democratic.
Members: Samvrit Srinath, Calvin Nguyen, Peter Gao, Benjamin Johnson, Skyler Goh, Joon Kim
Mentor: Weiji Chen
Project Description: We redesigned the UCSD mobile app to increase its functionality and aesthetic appeal, helping students navigate it with more ease, efficiency, and less confusion.
Members: Tammy Ding, Khoi Nguyen, Caitlyn Cielo, Sashwat Nayak
Mentor: Anthony Manrique