- Chris Grochmal, Audrey Choi, Mark Valieras, Tommy Curley, Maggie Orr
- Anat Gilboa, Jyotiska Biswas, Michael Recacinas
- Man Wang, Hangchen Qu, Zihao Wang
- Brian Uosseph, Raymond Vargas
- Patrick Ryan, Dan O'Connor, David Laden
- Piyapath Siratarnsophon, Kamonphop Srisopha, Peeratham Techapalokul, Phanwadee Sinthong
- James Wang, Mitchell Smith
- Megan Kelly, Rainier Rabena
- Muntaser Ahmed, Andrew Becker, Gautam Kanumuru
- Andy Barron, Christine Danzi, Ami Jagodara, Alex Kuck
- Jacob Baldwin, Stephen Boris, Garrett Durig, Karen Pan
- Alex Looney, Ankit Gupta, Michael Paris, Babak Pourkazemi
- Justin Ingram, Vikram Bhasin, Alex Aberman, Justin Dao
- Britton Vermaaten
See Submitting Projects for details.
Everyone should submit these two web forms by 11:59pm on Monday, 5 May:
- Final Project Team Submission (one per team)
- Final Project Individual Submission (one per person)
Earlier is better if you are ready.
From Peter Norvig's Keynote Address at the U.C. Berkeley Computer Science Commencement, 21 May 2006.
So my advice to you is to pick one of the 10,000 categories, or invent category number 10,001, and make some progress in it. Pick problems that are ambitious enough that your expected value over the next 20 years is at least your $3.4M/yr share. But worry about the value you produce, not just the money. America's first great scientist, Ben Franklin, said "we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours". So be happy and productive, don't be evil, and be glad of an opportunity to serve others.
If you enjoyed this class, you may want to take my cs6501: Course to be Determined class in the fall.