We welcome all students and PhD students to take a part in the open contest of English language organized by FRUCT, Aalto university and EIT ICT Labs. The contest is targeted to stimulate studies of English language by the students and help us better understands needs and priorities of the students interested to study abroad.
Any student can take part in the contest by sending to info(at)fruct.org English essay on the topic: "What motivates me to get MSc degree in Europe". The additional optional questions for the essay are: “What are the main barriers that I see for studying abroad”, “What study exchange programs do I know and what is the most attractive for me in each of the programs”, “What do I know about education in Finland and
We are proudly announce results of the Qt contest in Belgaum (India, 2012).
The winner is project is Remote To-Do task list and Contact Retrieval
Team Members: Priyanka Sheelavant, Nikita Raikar
College: K.L.E.S.C.E.T, Belgaum
In todays world people tend to forget daily life things to do due to their work load, or some other reasons.. So this application is basically for aid of those peoples. Here the application will be installed on users phone and always running in background.. The application will have a todo list.. Tasks can be added or removed from the list by user itself or remotely by any other friend or family member with the aid of text message.
For adding tasks manually normal graphical forms will be
Do you have an interest in analyzing Big Data, collected in real life, mobile context? Nokia Research Center Lausanne and its academic Swiss partners (Idiap and EPFL) have recently completed a Data Collection Campaign (http://research.nokia.com/page/11367) in the Lake Geneva region. Rich data from smartphones of almost 200 participants was collected in the course of more than one year. The Mobile Data Challenge (MDC) releases the Lausanne data for the research community.
Description of the Challenge
The Challenge comprises two alternative tracks: Open Track and Dedicated Track.
The Open Track invites you to propose your own Challenge task - one that matches with your own research interests and background.
The Dedicated Track
We are proudly announce results of a first series of the regional Qt contests in Russia among the graduates of Qt trainings that were organized in different cities in Russia in the spring-summer 2011. The first four winner teams are as follows:
- Winner of the Qt contest in St-Petersburg is Regina Dorokhova, project DietMonitor;
- Winners of the Qt contest in Nizhny Novgorod are Sergey Lebedev and Daniil Osokin, project Sputnik Defender;
- Winner of the Qt contest in Moscow is Denis Denisenko, project FunBox;
- Winners of the Qt contest in Novosibirsk are Egor Lezhnin and Evgeny Lezhnin, project Rong.
The winner teams are awarded by Nokia smartphones and diplomas of the contest winner. On behalf of Nokia Qt development
We welcome Russian students to take part and win in InterSystems CIS Student Innovator Awards 2011. Good luck!
We welcome all FRUCT members to take active part in Intel AppUp developer challenge. You have a chance to win one of 6 prizes of 20'000 USD, prize of 60'000 USD and a trip to Antarctica and other prizes. We encourage you to take it seriously as this opportunity can change your life! Please read more at the contest page.