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CS Annual Fair in Software Engineering
Thursday, July 4, 2013
CS Annual Fair in Software EngineeringCS Software Engineering course students (advised by Prof. Yossi Gil) held the Annual Fair of their projects on Tuesday, July 2 2013. The teams presented and interpreted to audience big posters describing their brilliant ideas of project:s as follows:

Elfy is a software project designed to make the lives of cancer patients and their loved ones better, by presenting:
An android application for monitoring various patients' everyday health-related parameters combined with:
- real-time feedback to patients' caretakers in case of worsening in patients' state
- A user-friendly website for a more detailed description of patients' process of

Elfy offers an easy and convenient way to put one's finger on the pulse while fighting cancer.

Get a Ride
A social carpooling app.

TeamApp presents a new way for you to team up! It makes it easier than ever to find friends or new people around you and to team up with them for a common goal - soccer game,study group, meeting at the bar, lunch and practically anything you can think of! You can create new events, join events around you, talk about an event with other attendees, share your events on Facebook, get directions via Waze and many more possibilities!

The motivation of this project is to provide a new interface for Android-powered smartphones, adapted to the special needs of visually impaired and blind individuals. This will be a free (open source) application (existing options cost as much as some hundreds NIS), with support for the Hebrew and the ability for translation to any language.

The end users of this application are blind, visually impaired and elderly individuals. We support both basic functionalities for non-technical users, and also more advanced features for more advanced users. This application uses both big, simple icons, and big text, in order to facilitate understanding by visually impaired people; but those are not strictly necessary, and it is possible to understand and to use the application using only the auditive feedback of the application, thus permitting the use of the application by blind people.

See Vision project review in Technion press.

A system that will help the patients and their caretakers (e.g. close family and medical staff) keep track of their medicine therapy and sufficient water intake. The system consists of three different interfaces that patients, doctors and close family can use. The application will remind patients to take their medicine and drink enough water during the day. The doctors will have access to the patients’ activity regarding the medicine and water intake. In addition, they will have access to the general status of the patient (requires sensors). In addition, the family will be aware of exceptional events regarding the patient.


Dear Student,
Are you in your final semester, and recently found out you have one point too few to complete your degree, but don’t know where it is?

Are you considering repeating a course and want to know how your average will change?
Ever got frustrated about not knowing whether a course opens in the next semester?
Are you having a hard time keeping track of your catalog’s requirements?
Do you want to have a more comfortable way of seeing grades than UG?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, O.W.L is for you! Our goal is a software that will allow you to keep track of your degree easily and accurately.

See O.W.L project review in Factor


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