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Ideas become working applications in App Competition finals

Oklahoma State University student app developers demonstrated for judges how their mobile applications work in the finals of the sixth annual OSU App Center From Research to App Competition March 26. Three teams of developers competed for $7,000 in prize money.

OSU announces idea phase winners in app competition

An app idea that would support environmental work and another designed to assist fire investigators have advanced to the next phase of Oklahoma State University’s From Research to App competition.   

OSU App Center creates HUD app to identify home health hazards

The Oklahoma State University App Center has developed a mobile app for information about household health risks that professionals can share with individuals who want help in identifying indoor environmental hazards.

Prize money and more awaits app competition winners

The Oklahoma State University App Center is accepting submissions for the 6th annual From Research to App Competition. The contest, to come up with winning ideas for mobile apps, is open to current OSU students, faculty and staff who can win a share of the $15,000 in prize money.

Winners Named at annual App Competition Demo Day

OSU student app developers demonstrated their mobile applications in front of judges to compete for $8,000 in prize money in the Phase II of the From Research to App Competition.       

Top apps use research to solve real-world needs

For the first time, the annual App Center mobile app competition was opened to entries from Oklahoma State University faculty and staff, along with traditional student entries. The change opened the door to Dr. Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, assistant professor of apparel design and textile science in the OSU College of Human Sciences, who won the contest’s Phase I Best App Idea.

Top 10 ideas for Phase I announced – 5th Annual App Competition

The OSU App Center has announced the top ten app ideas from the first round of Phase I of the “From Research to App Competition”. A panel of judges, after thoughtful consideration, selected the 10 most promising app ideas to advance to the next round.

Phase I Top 10 App Ideas (in no particular order):

From Lab to Mobile Connects OSU to the Internet of Things

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winning Developers Create Apps to Improve Life

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marcus Gabilheri, an OSU computer science major, made an award-winning presentation about the app he developed to judges of the 4th Annual Mobile App Competition organized by the OSU App Center.

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