ACM SRC Grand Finals Candidates, 2006 - 2007

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS

Christopher Earl Ohio Wesleyan University​
SIGCSE'07 
Third Place 
    Title of Submission: Shared Shortest Paths

Michael Ford 
MOBICOM'06
First Place 
    Title of Submission: Opportunistic Bandwidth Allocation with SDR

Anthony Gitter Arizona State University​
SIGCSE'07
First Place 
    Title of Submission: Biomedical Information Extraction Through Deep Parsing and Syntactic Role Matching

Anselm Grundhoefer - Bauhaus University, Germany​
SIGGRAPH'06 
First Place 
    Title of Submission: Real-Time Adaptive Radiometric Compensation

Erica Yuan-Ting Huang
HOPPER'06
First Place 
    Title of Submission: Mobile phone keypad design for Fast Chinese Text Entry by Phonetic Spelling

Maria A. Kazandjieva - Mt. Holyoke College​
SIGCSE'07
Second Place 
    Title of Submission:Lightweight Economic Models for Resource Sharing in Wireless Networks

GRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS

Yevgen Borodin - Stony Brook University
ASSETS'06 
Second Place 
    Title of Submission: HearSay: ContextDirected NonVisual

Laura Chiticariu
HOPPER'06
First Place 
    Title of Submission: A non-intrusive Data-driven Approach to Debugging Schema Mapping for Data Exchange

Dario Correal Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
OOPSLA'06
Third Place 
    Title of Submission: Definition And Execution Of Multiple Viewpoints In Workflow Processes

George Fairbanks - Carnegie Mellon University​
OOPSLA'06 
First Place 
    Title of Submission: Design Fragments Make Framework Use Easier

Joshua Hailpern - Carnegie Mellon University​
ASSETS'06
First Place 
    Title of Submission: WISE: A Wizard Interface Supporting Enhanced Usability

Bowen Hui
HOPPER'06
Second Place 
    Title of Submission: Automatic Software Customization: A Methodology for Learning Individual Preferences

Seiji Isotani Osaka University​
SIGCSE'07
Second Place 
    Title of Submission:Using Ontologies to Develop Theory-aware Collaborative Learning Applications

Jhilmil Jain
HOPPER'06
Third Place 
    Title of Submission: Extensible and Dynamic Data Stucture Viewers in Java

Jik-Soo Kim - University of Maryland-College Park
SC'06 
Second Place 
    Title of Submission: Employing Peer-to-Peer Services for Robust Grid Computing

Benjamin C Lee - Harvard University​
SC'06
First Place 
    Title of Submission: Statistical Inference for Efficient Microarchitectural and Application Analysis

Murni Mahmud - University Of Manchester, UK​
ASSETS'06
Third Place 
    Title of Submission: A Mixed Method For Evaluating Input Devices With Older Persons

Zeki Melek - Texas A&M University​
SIGGRAPH'06 
Second Place 
    Title of Submission: Bending Burning Matches and Crumpling Burning Paper

Emerson Murphy-Hill
OOPSLA'06
Second Place 
    Title of Submission: Improving Usability of Refactoring Tools

Taiga Nakamura - University of Maryland​
SC'06
Third Place
    Title of Submission: HPCBugBase: An Experience Base for HPC Defects

Vishnu Navda
MOBICOM'06
Third Place 
    Title of Submission: Deflect: Interference-aware Fast Path Adaptation in Wireless Mesh Networks

Makoto OkabeUniversity of Tokyo
SIGGRAPH'06
Third Place 
    Title of Submission: Illumination Brush: Interactive Design of Image-based Lighting

Vivek Shrivastava
MOBICOM'06 
First Place 
    Title of Submission: On the (In)Feasibility of Fine Grained Transmit Power Control

Robin Snader
MOBICOM'06
Second Place 
    Title of Submission: Energy-Efficient Frame Dropping Policies for Multimedia

Jiang Zheng - North Carolina State University​
SIGCSE'07
First Place 
    Title of Submission: On Regression Testing COTS-based Applications

Wenjin ZhouBrown University​
SIGGRAPH'06 
First Place 
    Title of Submission: Perceptual Coloring and 2D Sketching for Segmentation of Neural Pathways

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