2011 CSE Graduate Student Honors Competition Highlights Exceptional Research
CSE held its eighth annual CSE Graduate Student Honors Competition on December 8, 2011. The competition was the culmination of a process that narrowed the field of entrants to four finalists, each of whom gave a summary presentation on an area of their research. CSE faculty ranked the finalist’s presentations.
Our congratulations to all four finalists who presented! Following are details on their presentations:
Joseph Greathouse, ACAL: “Hardware Support for On-Demand Software Analysis” (First Place). Advisor Todd Austin.
Yi Li, Theory: “Approximate Sparse Recovery: Optimizing Time and Measurements.” Advisor: Martin Strauss.
Vahed Qazvinian, AI, “Using Collective Discourse to Generate Surveys of Scientific Paradigms” (Second Place). Advisor: Dragomir Radev.
Li (Eric) Qian, Software, “User-Friendly Information Integration.” Advisors: Michael Cafarella and H.V. Jagadish.
Below are photos from the event. To view or download larger photos, just click on the thumbnail image of interest.