The types of winning applications vary greatly — from information and object retrieval systems to decision making tools. Read about the previous winners
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A faculty member must submit a request for software and licenses via the University Outreach Program. There is no fee associated with the licenses for program members. Faculty members can state they are requesting the license for a student to participate in the competition. They do not have any obligation to use the software.
To participate in the programming competition, student(s) must be currently enrolled at a university as an undergraduate or graduate student.
A project team can submit an application, but only one member will receive the prizes. We will recognize the entire project team in our announcements, press releases, and website posts.
The prize is awarded to a specific department at the university or college.
Yes, applications that did not win the InterSystems Student Programming Competition are eligible for resubmission, but require new submission documents. The student submitting the application must be currently attending a college or university.
The application must have been developed within the past three years using InterSystems technologies.
The application does not need to be deployed, but must be a working application. Judges must be able access and run the application.
- Provide complete installation instructions, as well as instructions for running the application and using its features. This could include functional tests and/or unit tests.
- Students should provide as much information as possible, including source code, screenshots, videos, documentation, URLs for application Web pages, etc. Supplying just a word document is not enough for the judges to consider the application.
Email your completed application with supporting information to StudentAward@InterSystems.com or fax your entry to the number listed on the application.