We would like to announce the winners of the OpenCL competition, and inform you of some of our upcoming events.
OPENCL CONTEST WINNERS ---
Problem Set Winner: Tor Myklebust
Open Problem Winners: Rob Suderman Scott Alexander Greenlay
Congratulations to all our prize winners, and thank you to everyone who participated in the competition and who came out to the code party last night! A big thank you also goes out to AMD for all their support and for providing the prizes for the winners.
UNIX 102: Thurs. March 8 at 5:30 PM in MC 3003 (Mac Lab) ---
We will be running the second installment of this term's introductory UNIX tutorials. Topics will be covered with the intent to show off the development-friendliness of the UNIX computing environment: "real" document editors, development tools, bash scripting, and version control. Even if you weren't able to make it out to UNIX 101, please feel free to join us---someone will be available to give you as much instruction as you need.
A reminder to come out to the Feynman Lectures being screened every Wednesday in PHY 150 at 5:30 PM. This week we will be featuring two back to back lectures: "The Relation of Mathematics and Physics" and "The Great Conservation Principles." As always, see the website for more event details.
-- Elana Hashman Vice-President Computer Science Club University of Waterloo email@example.com