Dr. Sherri Harms
UNK Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, 308-865-8123

The University of Nebraska at Kearney Computer Science and Computer Information Systems is presenting the Senior Seminar Show from 1:00-2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 17 in Otto Olsen room 112.

“This year’s projects include a case-based reasoning implementation of checkers, a patient database system for Exact Eye Care, and a patient database system for the minority Health Clinics operated through Mid-Nebraska Services,” said Dr. Sherri Harms, assistant professor of computer science and information systems.

“The checkers game uses novel computer science research in its implementation and can either play against a human or against another computer-generated checkers player,” she said. “This project is being submitted to NCUR and to an Artificial Intelligence conference.”

The event is open to the public and refreshments will be served. If you plan to attend contact Sherri Harms at by Dec. 15.

The schedule for the presentations and the students participating are listed below.

1:00-1:30 p.m. Exact Eye Care Database System Presentation–Ben Larson of Kearney, Vrushali Moghe of Malawi, Upasak Bhatta of Nepal, Paras Poudyal of Nepal, Fadi Ali of Jordan
1:30-2:00 p.m. Checkers Game Presentation–Brandon Hauff of Kearney, Matt Culver of Kearney, Jay Powell of Kearney, Nolan Jurgens of Lexington
2:00-2:30 p.m. PM Minority Health Clinic Database System Presentation–Ross Louch of Crete, Sara Norblade of Minden, Alan Byrn of Kearney, Kim Phoung of Kearney, Tschijuka Mwenentanda of Congo