Queen's University

School of Computing opens doors to share research activity

Joey Pape explains his research to Nancy Salay.

The Queen’s School of Computing held an open house today with several demonstrations at Goodwin Hall and the laboratory located at 141 Collingwood Street. The tour allowed Queen’s alumni and community members to learn about the latest research and interact with faculty members and graduate students.

Joey Pape, a master’s student in the Engineering Interactive Systems at Queen’s University (EQUIS) Lab, explains his research to Queen’s professor Nancy Salay. Mr. Pape’s master’s research examines social gaming on a multi-touch tabletop computer.

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