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BURLINGTON — University of Vermont students are competing for a $1,000 prize in a computer science fair.
The event will be held the afternoon of Dec. 4 in UVM’s Billing’s Library.
More than 160 registered contestants will present about 90 computing projects. They might include flying a simulated spaceship or processing tweets to understand consumer preferences.
Maggie Eppstein is chairwoman of UVM’s computer science department and the head organizer of the fair.
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