Winners, SRC 2017 - 2018
SAC 2017 Winners
Ladislav Marsik - Charles University, Czech Republic
Title of Submission: Using Chord Distance Descriptors to Enhance Music Information Retrieval
Vasu Jindal - University of Texas at Dallas
Title of Submission: A Deep Learning Framework for Identification of microRNA Regulatory Modules
Muntazir Mehdi - National University of Ireland
Title of Submission: Discovering and Linking with Life Sciences Linked Open Data Cloud
Programming 2017 Winners
Fabio Neiphaus - Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany
Title of Submission: Towards A Squeak/Smalltalk-based Python IDE
Toni Mattis - University of Potsdam, Germany
Title of Submission: Concept-aware Live Programming
Patrick Rein - Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany
Title of Submission: Automatic Reuse through Implied Methods
Tobias Dürschmid - University of Potsdam, Germany
Title of Submission: Continuous Code Reviews
Kuzma Leshakov - Innopolis University, Russia
Title of Submission: F3: Fast Forest Fire graph generation
Aliaksei Syrel - University of Bern, Switzerland
Title of Submission: Towards a live, moldable code editor
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