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Monday, May 26, 2014

Computer Science student gains traction with his startup company PumpUp

Would sharing a post-workout selfie keep you motivated?

Waterloo startup moves to Toronto as more than a million users download mobile fitness app

Published by Marketing and Strategic Communications

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Grad students place second at ACM SIGCHI Conference

Masters students Filip Krynicki, William Saunders, and Valerie Sugarman from the Human-Computer Interaction Lab in the Cheriton School of Computer Science placed second at the International Student Design Competition held at the ACM SIGCHI Conference for Human Factors in Computing in Toronto. The theme of this year's design competition was "Designing for the Qualities of the Quantified Self", and was posed as the following challenge:

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