Winners Past Years' Winners
CHI 2013 Winners
First Place: Michael Crabb, University of Dundee
"Human Cognitive Measurement as a Metric within Usability Studies"
Second Place: Juho Kim, MIT
"ToolScape: Enhancing the Learning Experience of How-to Videos"
Third Place: Lisa Vizer, UMBC
"Different Strokes for Different Folks: Individual Stress Response as Manifested in Typed Text"
First Place: Bernd Huber, KAIST
"Foot Position as Indicator of Spatial Interest at Public Displays"
Second Place: Megan Torkildson, University of Washington
"Visualizing the Performance of Classification Algorithms with Additional Re-Annotated Data"
Second Place(tie): Joey Rafidi, MIT
"Real-time Trip Planning with the Crowd"
AODS 2013 Winners
First Place: Ismael Figueroa, University of Chile
"Towards Control of Aspect Interference using Membranes and Monads"
Second Place: Cynthia Disenfeld, Technion
"User-Friendly Event and Aspect Verification"
Third Place: Aibek Sarimbekov, University of Lugano
"Comparison of Instrumentation Techniques for Dynamic Program Analysis on the Java Virtual Machine"
Winner: Junhee Cho, KAIST
U-SRC 2013(MSR-SVC) Winners
First Place: Antonia Blanca, UC Berkeley
"Mixing Behavior of the Heat-bath Dynamics in the Mean Field Random-cluster Model"
Second Place: Nihar Shah, UC Berkeley
"Codes for Reliable and Efficient Distributed Storage"
Third Place:Valeria Nikolaenko, Stanford m
"Privacy-Preserving Ridge Regression on Hundreds on Millions of Records"
SAC 2013 Winners
First Place: Laura Micconi, Technical University of Denmark
"Multi-ASIP Platform Synthesis for Real-Time Applications"
Second Place: Huwaida Tagelsir Elshoush, University of Khartoum, Sudan
"A Novel Collaborative Intrusion Alert Correlation Model"
Third Place: Razvan Ranca, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
"Reconstructing Shredded Documents"
SIGCSE 2013 Winners
First Place: Marc Rubin, Colorado School of Mines
"On-Mote Compressive Sampling in Wireless Seismic Sensor Networks"
Second Place: Austin Bart, Virginia Tech
"Wacky Writing: Enhancing the XO Laptop Platform to Motivate Creative Writing by Children"
Third Place: James Maher, Colorado School of Mines
"A Comprehensive Machine Learning Approach to Predicting and Maximizing Penetration Rates in Earth Pressure Balance Tunnel Boring Machines"
First Place: Dimitri Wijesinghe, Vassar College
Second Place: Sulochana Bramhacharya, Hiram College
"Metagenomic Data Analysis Using Clustering"
Third Place: Demetrius Taylor, Lamar University
"Enabling a Resource Limited Robot to Formulate Complex Plans"
SC 2012 Winners
First Place: Sarat Sreepathi, North Carolina State University
"Optimus:A Parallel Optimization Framework with Topology Aware PSO and Applications"
Second Place: Ellis H. Wilson, Pennsylvania State University
"Performing Cloud Computing on a Parallet File System"
Third Place: Joshua D. Booth, Pennsylvania State University
"Norm-Coarsened Ordering for Parallel Incomplete Cholesky Preconditioning"
First Place: Kayo Teramoto, Yale University
"Pay as You GO in the Cloud: One Watt at a Time"
Second Place: Matthew Wezowicz, University of Delaware
"On the Cost of a General GPU Framework- The Strange Case of CUDA 4.0 vs. CUDA 5.0"
ASSETS 2012 Winners
First Place: Javier Torrente, Complutense University of Madrid
"Reusable Game Interfaces for People with Disabilities"
Second Place: Yury Puzis, Stony Brook University
"Accessible Web Automation"
Third Place: Wei Tzu-Wei, Chung Yuan Christian University
"Detecting the Hand-Mouthing Behavior of Children with Intellectual Disability Using Kinect Imaging Technology"
Winner: Nithin Santhanam, University of Pittsburgh
"Wii Remote as a Customizable Web Navigation Device For People with Cerebral Palsy"
SPLASH 2012 Winners
First Place: Gustavo Soares, Federal University of Campina Grande
"Automated Behavioral Testing of Refactoring Engines"
Second Place: Mark Zarb, University of Dundee
"Developing a Coding Scheme for the Analysis of Expert Pair Programming Sessions"
Third Place: Thierry Renaux, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
"Parallel Gesture Recognition with Soft Real-Time Guarantees"
First Place: Zack F. Coker, Auburn University
"Security-oriented Program Transformations to Cure Integer Overflow Vulnerabilities"
Second Place: Nathan Fulton, Carthage College, Carnegie Mellon University
"Security Through Extensible Type Systems"
Third Place: Benjamin Chung, Carnegie Mellon University
"Benchmarking Typestate-Oriented Programming Languages"
Grace Hopper 2012 Winners
First Place: Jaya Kawale, University of Minnesota
"A Graph Based Approach to find Teleconnections in Climate Data"
Second Place: Zalia Shams, Virginia Tech
"Evaluating Studentsí Assignments by Running Their Test Cases against Each Otherís Code"
Third Place: Awalin Sopan, University of Maryland
"The Dynamics of Web-Based Community Safety Groups: Lessons Learned from the Nation of Neighbor"
First Place: Mairin C. Chesney, Michigan State University
"Does Coevolution between Digital Parasites and Hosts Promote Sexual Recombination in Evolutionary Computation?"
Second Place: Jillian E. Kramer, Villanova University
"Measuring the Efficiency of Mobile Technology Using an Adaptation of the Keystroke Level Model"
Third Place: Kaleigh A. Clary, Hendrix College
"A Comparison of the Self-Organizing Map and Growing Neural Gas Network in the Context of Handwriting Recognition"
PACT 2012 Winners
First Place: Matthew Gaudet, University of Alberta
"Transactional Event Profiling in a Best-Effort Hardware Transactional Memory System"
Second Place: Gennady Pekhimenko, Carnegie Mellon University
"Efficient Data Compression for Memory Hierarchies"
Third Place: Hari K. Pyla, Virginia Tech
"Transparent Runtime Deadlock Elimination"
ICFP 2012 Winners
First Place: Thomas Schilling, University of Kent
"Lambdachine: A Trace-based Just-in-time Compiler for Haskell"
Second Place: Tomas Petricek, University of Cambridge
"Coeffects: The essence of context dependence"
Third Place: Ki Yung Ahn, Portland State University
"System Fi: a higher-order polymorphic lambda-calculi with erasable term indices"
First Place: Franciso Ferriera, McGill University
"Bringing Higher-Order Abstract Syntax to Programmers - Compiling Contextual Object"
Second Place: Olivier Savary-Belanger, McGill University
"Beluga Surfacing with Flair, A case study of programming certified code transformations in BELUGA"
Third Place: Matthias Benkard, LMU Munchen
"Type Checking Without Types"
MobiCom 2012 Winners
First Place: Peter Dely, Karlstadt University
"CloudMAC - Torwards Software Defined WLANs"
Second Place: Riccardo Crepaldi, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
"LoadingZones: Leveraging Street Parking to Enable Vehicular Internet Access"
Third Place: Michele Segata, University of Insbruk
"A Simulation Tool for Automated Platooning in Mixed Highway Scenarios"
SIGCOMM 2012 Winners
First Place: Pietro Marchetta, University of Napoli
"Detecting Third Party Addresses in Traceroute IP Paths"
Second Place: Matthew Grosvenor, Cambridge University
"uvNIC: Rapid Prototyping Network Interface Controller Drivers"
Third Place: Nanxi Kang, Princeton University
"Policy Transformation in Software Defined Networks"
SIGGRAPH 2012 Winners
First Place: Tiffany Inglis, University of Waterloo
"Pixelating Vector Line Art"
Second Place: Matthew Hirsch, MIT Media Lab
Third Place: Eisung Sohn, Yonsei University
"Shape Deformation Using Freeform Deformation Axis"
PLDI 2012 Winners
First Place: Jeff Huang, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
"Lightweight Concurrency Crash Reproduction Without Logging Shared Memory Dependencies and Program States"
Second Place: Leo Meyerovich,UC Berkeley
"Synthesizing and Parallelizing Layout Languages"
Third Place: Michael M. Vitousek, University of Colorado at Boulder
"Gradual Typing with Efficient Object Casts"
DAC 2012 Winners
First Place: Shao-Yun Fang, NTU
"Lithography Optimization for Sub-22 Nanometer Technologies"
Second Place: Brandon Noia, Duke University
"Test Architecture Design and Optimization for 3D Stacked ICs using Through Silicon Vias"
Third Place: Jeyavijayan Rajendran, NYU Poly
"Securing Integrated Circuits Through Logic Encryption"
Winner: Lawrence Schlitt, Univ. of Utah
"Effects of Thermal Stress on Silicon Photonic Waveguide Operation"
ICSE 2012 Winners
First Place: Kelly Blincoe,Drexel University
"Timely Detection of Coordination Requirements to Support Collaboration among Software Developers"
Second Place: Kai Yu, Beihang University
"Improving Failure-inducing Changes Identification using Coverage Analysis"
Third Place: Soudip Chowdhury , UNITN
"Assisting Mashup Development in Browser Based Modeling Tool"
Winner: Pablo Estefo, Universidad de Chile
"Restructuring Unit Tests with TestSurgeon"
CHI 2012 Winners
First Place: Heather Underwood, University of Colorado, Boulder
"PartoPen: Enhancing the Partograph with Digital Pen Technology"
Second Place: Shaojian Zhu, University of Maryland BC
"SocialProof: Using Crowdsourcing for Correcting Errors to Improve Speech Based Dictation Experiences"
Third Place: Amirrudin Kamsin, University College London
"Personal Task Management: My tools fall apart when I'm very busy!"
Winner: Geza Kovacs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"ScreenMatch: Providing context to software translators by displaying screenshots"
CGO 2012 Winners
First Place: Todd Jackson, University of California
"Changing the Game: Using Software Diversity to Counter Return-Oriented Programming"
Second Place: Carolina Simoes Gomes, University of Alberta
"Applying Flow Graph Mining to the Performance Analysis of Flat Profile Applications"
Third Place: Riyadh Baghdadi, INRIA
"Putting Polyhedral Optimization Techniques to Work in Production Compilers:
Progresses in Scalability and Memory Management"
AOSD 2012 Winners
First Place: Cynthia Disenfeld, Technion Israel Institute of Technology
"Compositional Verification of Events and Aspects"
Second Place: Jens Nikolay, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
"Tearing Down the Multicore Barrier for Web Applications"
Third Place: Jurgen Van Ham, TU Darmstadt
"Adding High-Level Concurrency to EScala"