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On the Identity Trail Students Win First Place at International Student Voting Design Competition PDF Print
Punchscan, comprising of On the Identity Trail's Jeremy Clark, Aleks Essex and Stefan Popoveniuc, as well as Richard Carback (University of Maryland), have been awarded first place at VoComp 2007, an international student voting design competition, held in Portland, Oregon, July 16-18.

In addition to winning the $10,000 grand prize, Punchscan was also awarded the Best critique of a competition system, Best presentation, Best election technology component, and Best implementation.

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