Two studies by Computer Science students were lauded during the online awarding ceremony of the 2022 Virtual Innovation Competition, held in Malaysia from September 19 to November 1, 2022.
The first study was written by the following students: Christian Gilbert M. Salas, Florencio S. Bagayawa, Benson P. Bandoy, Cedric Lawrence S. Pandes, and Mark Jumar B. Perez, with their thesis adviser, Mr. Joseph Jessie S. Oñate. Their study was given the title: “SigPNG: An Implementation of Suzuki’s Algorithm for Vectorizing Scanned Signatures.”
Another is a study by Hazel V. Reyes, Jay I. Tadeo, Joey C. Orante, Kayla Marie C. Abonita, and Sheeva Mae Corporal, with the title,”Automated Temperature and Humidity Control for Hydroponic Garden using Fuzzy Logic.” Their thesis adviser is Ms. Kaela Marie N. Fortuno.
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Photo credit: Christian Gilbert Salas, Hazel Reyes