The prize is an Apple Mini iPad!
BOOM LOGO IS USED FOR:
SWAG-T-shirts, Invitations, Programs, Posters!
On Our Website!
Deadline: October 21, 2016!
Only Cornell students are eligible to enter.
For all logos, these are the guidelines:
The design must contain the words “BOOM 2017” and “Bits On Our Minds.” These can be lower- or upper-case. Do not use any additional text.
- Your logo(s) cannot closely resemble any existing logo.
- Images that use brains, bombs, or light bulbs will NOT be considered.
- BOOM will retain all rights to the winning logo.
- No logos that infringe on copyright will be considered—this includes parody images.
Multiple submissions are encouraged!!!
How to Submit Your Logo? Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit your logo(s) in the following format:
- The winner will be required to provide original working files, with all text converted to shapes. If your logo is a high-res image, you must also make a simplified vector version in 3 colors or less.
- If your logo is a vector image in three colors or less to begin with, there’s no need to submit other versions.
If you have any questions, email email@example.com
We look forward to seeing your work!
2015 BOOM Award Winners
People’s Choice: CUAir
Where’s the BOOM: Embedding Students and Educational Content from Online Courses
Capital One Award: Automated Perforator Flap MRA Reporting
Intel Award: Cornell Mars Rover
GE: IT Imagination at Work Award: Rapid Circuit Prototyping
Bloomberg Award: GIX
Google Moonshot Award: Rapid Circuit Prototyping
Goldman Sachs Award: GIX
For more information on student projects visit boom.cornell.edu.
BOOM has extended the deadline for Project Submission to March 15th, at 11:59pm. We want to see your projects! Win cool prizes!
BOOM Bits on Our Minds 2015 will be held March 25 from 4:00-6:00 pm in the Duffield Hall Atrium. Free and open to the public!
BOOM 2015 Project Submission is Open! Deadline is 11:59pm on Tuesday, March 10th. Submission is under the Students and Faculty Tab. We can’t wait to see your project!
Five original and very cool student projects took home six awards during today’s 17th Annual BOOM showcase.
People’s Choice Award – CUAUV
Where’s the BOOM? – B33P
GE Imagination at Work Award – Pulso (Assistive Navigation Device for Visually Impaired Individuals)
eBay Innovator’s Award – Speare (Engagement Through Understanding)
Goldman Sachs Award – Pulso (Assistive Navigation Device for Visually Impaired Individuals)
Googleyist Project Award – Definitions Extractions from Code of Federal Regulations
Read more about these great projects here.
Congratulations to the winners and to all of our project teams!
Eight different fantastic BOOM 2013 projects won nine awards at today’s BOOM 2013. This year’s winners are:
People’s Choice – CUAir
Where’s the BOOM? – Splat
eBay Innovator’s Award – StuffSwap
Facebook Hacker Award – Francois BarBot: Mechanical Bartender
GE: Imagination at Work Award – Bringing the Outside Back in with SUNN: Dynamic, Energy Efficient Lights with Health Benefits
Goldman Sachs Award – Public Spheres: Ideas Taking Shape
Googleyist Project – 6 Degrees of Bacon
Morgan Stanley Innovation Award – EmoDetect: Smart Emotion Detection from Facial Expressions
Yahoo! Student Research Award – EmoDetect: Smart Emotion Detection from Facial Expressions
Congratulations to our winners and to all student teams that participated in BOOM 2013! Thanks for another amazing BOOM.
With just two days to go until BOOM 2013, the final slate of awards up for grabs has been announced. In addition to the two legacy awards: Where’s the BOOM? and People’s Choice, projects will be vying for five additional cash prizes and two other awards offering prizes of unique and highly coveted sponsor swag.
The recipient of Where’s the BOOM? is selected annually by a committee of faculty. People’s Choice is selected by popular vote. For the second year in a row, all BOOM attendees will be invited to vote for their favorite project electronically. Computers will be available for People’s Choice voting by the BOOM Registration Table. Where’s the BOOM? and People’s Choice will be awarded at the BOOM awards ceremony beginning at 5:45 pm. All other awards — which are selected by our company partners — will be presented to winning teams directly between 4:30 and 5:30 pm. and the winning teams will be announced at the awards ceremony.
Here’s the full list of BOOM 2013 awards:
Facebook Hacker Award (non-cash surprise swag)
Googleyist Project (non-cash surprise swag)
Morgan Stanley Innovation Award ($250 cash prize)
eBay Innovator’s Award ($500 cash prize)
GE: Imagination at Work Award: ($500 cash prize)
Goldman Sachs Award ($500 cash prize)
Yahoo! Student Research Award ($500 cash prize)
Where’s the BOOM? ($500 cash prize)
People’s Choice Award ($500 cash prize)
Project submission has been extended for BOOM 2013. All projects must be submitted by 11:59pm on March 28, 2013.
Win Prizes! Show off your hard work! Impress your friends, faculty and representatives from companies like eBay, GE, Google, Yahoo!, Morgan Stanley, Facebook, and Goldman Sachs. Student technology projects from all disciplines welcome.
We look forward to seeing your work at BOOM! For more information about presenting, see the project guidelines.