Michael S. Hughes Award in Software Engineering | Computing


Michael Hughes received his BS in 1989 in Computer Science from the University of Illinois. An expert in network security, he is responsible for software development for McAfee, the antivirus unit of Network Associates. He created the Hughes Award for Software Engineering to encourage and reward achievements in software engineering. Until 2018, the award was given to CS undergraduate members for the best project completed in the software engineering sequence, CS 428.

Past winners

2018 charter
Alexandre chang
Christian swan
Pawel galusza
Gabriel Hayat
Brian kurek
Michael rush
Shin tangiuchi
Gian-Marco Valentino
2017 ExpOCR
Lanxiao Bai
Eric Barron
Daniel cummins
Mihika Dave
Anthony huang
Brianna Ifft
Vimal Patel
2016 Canvas Graphic Creator:
Nicolas kelly
Austin kramer
Nicolas lu
David Shechtman
thousand teh
Matthew Yang
Allen Yao
2015 Free newspaper:
Brian dahmen
Philippe Daian
Andrew Kowalski
Walker henderson
Daniel Zebroski
Wenxue Zhang
2014 FitMaster:
Mengqi Gu
Pengyu ren
James spotanski
Ke Yang
2013 SnapMed:
Joel dodge
Robert heidkamp
Caleb johnson
Onur Karaman
Matthew Omori
Zachary’s wand
Thomas zhang
Terence zhao
2012 Infinite city:
Alexandre avang
Alex Decker
Daniel Rasmussen
Rohit garg
Matthieu berry
Edie Liao
Paulo llanes
George morrison
2011 Musical notepad:
Yanhang Guo
Justin baird
Douglas ferdinand
Basel Qumsiyeh
Marcin Zarycki
Ryan benton
2010 Conference material:
Eric Dyoniziak
Daniel Freedman
Stoyan Gaydarov
Simo leone
David Paola
Brian sawicki
Nicolas tenczar
James wordelman
2009 Sphere:
Alexey Andreev
Kevin berg
Joseph DiGiovanna
Marc Holden
Robert lach
Michael so
Paul Taraszka


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