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About the CWIS Logo by Alice C. Linsley

Posted By Alice C. Linsley, Sunday, August 18, 2013
Updated: Sunday, August 18, 2013

 

Alice C. Linsley


The CWIS logo was designed by seventeen year old Ian Miller, the son of Ruth Miller, a member of CWIS. 

 

Ian is a senior in high school. He is taking two college classes each semester this year: Calculus 3, Differential Equations, Microcontrollers, and what the Computer Science Department calls Programming Fundamentals, the foundation course in computer programming.

He plans to pursue a degree in Computer Engineering at college next year.  His first college choice is Olin, a new small private engineering college in Massachusetts.  

Ian is fluent in Java, C and Objective C programming and is the author of 3 iPad apps: an RPN calculator, a spirograph generator, and a physics engine 'playground' called CreatR. The CWIS logo is credited to his new company name "pxlweavr.” He had called it "theCoffeeShop” back when most of his programming was in Java.

He enjoys creating logos, both volunteer and paid, and has built quite a few web page designs, including WAC.ece.ksu.edunaps2013.org, and Sigma Xi Science Cafe websites for Cafes in Manhattan and Kansas City. He also designed, built, and programmed the data acquisition system for sustain.ece.ksu.edu/daq/data.php

Ian also likes to play with hardware. This summer he built and programmed his own quadcopter, after making his parents a new stereo amplifier to replace an old and unreliable Sony.

CWIS thanks this talented young man for designing our logo, which is shown below.



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