Imagine Cup 2011 - the final round
Written by Sue Gee   
Monday, 11 July 2011

After yesterday's Second Round of the Imagine Cup Finals there are now just 21 teams remaining in the competition.

For the first time in the 9-year history of the competition the finals are taking place in the United States, so it's probably a good thing that winners of the US national competition, Team Note-Taker, from the University of Arizona, is among the six teams left in the Software Design category.  The US Team Dragon is also one of the three finalists in the Games Design - Mobile category.

The UK's one-man-team Kevin Pfister, aka "Cycling Into Trees" from York University is through to the last round in Embedded Development.

The complete list of finalists is:

  • Software Design
    • China, Care Everyone
    • Ireland, Team Hermes
    • Jordan, OaSys
    • New Zealand, OneBuzz
    • Romania, SIMPLEX
    • United States, Team Note-Taker
  • Embedded Development
    • Brazil, Embedded Brain
    • China, Harmonicare
    • France, Give Me 4
    • Romania, Endeavour_Design
    • Taiwan, NTHUCS
    • United Kingdom, Cycling into trees
  • Game Design – Mobile
    • France, Close World Mobile
    • France, Geekologic
    • US, Team Dragon
  • Game Design – Web
    • Philippines, Signum Fidei
    • Poland, Cellardoor
    • Slovakia, Quegee Team
  • Game Design – XNA/Windows
    • Brazil, Signum Games
    • Czech Republic, WickedTeam
    • Thailand, JubJub Team

The Awards Ceremony, where the prizes will be presented by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the philanthropist, activist and actor Eva Longoria will be webcast live on the Imagine Cup site on July 13 from 16:00 to 19:00 EDT.

 


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More information:

Imagine Cup - the 2011 Finals

US Student Finalists for Imagine Cup 2011


 

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