ACM SRC Grand Finals Candidates, 2009 - 2010

GRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS

Nova Ahmed Georgia Institute of Technology​
Assets 09 
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Defining Virtualization Based System Abstractions for an Indoor Assistive Living for Elderly Care

Wei-Hsun Chen - Chung Yuan Christian University​
Assets 09
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: MGuider: Mobile Guiding and Tracking System in Public Transit System for Individuals with Cognitive Impairments

Patrick Gage Kelley - Carnegie Mellon University
CHI 09
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: A “Nutrition Label” for Privacy

Charlene Jennett University College London​
CHI 09
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Investigating Computer Game Immersion and the Component Real World Dissociation

Taniya Siddiqua - University of Virginia​
Grace Hopper 09 
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Dynamic NBTI Management in Multicore Processor

Christian Koerner - TU Graz​
Hypertext 09
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: The Motivation behind Tagging

Michal Tvarozek - Slovak University of Technology​
Hypertext 09
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Personalized Exploratory Search in the Semantic Web

Ching Man Au YeungUniversity of Southampton
Hypertext 09
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: User-Induced Hyperlinks in Collaborative Tagging Systems

Dimitrios Koutsonikolas - Purdue University​
MobiCom 09
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Designing Coded Feedback for Efficient Network Coding Based Opportunistic Routing

Sriram Nandha Premnath - University of Utah​
MobiCom 09
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Secret Key Extraction in MIMO-Like Sensor Networks Using Wireless Signal Strength

Tudor Dumitras - Carnegie Mellon University​
OOPSLA 2009
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Dependable, Online Upgrades in Enterprise Systems

Michael Pradel ETH Zurich​
OOPSLA 2009
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Dynamic Inference and Refinement of API Usage Protocols

Nels E. Beckman - Carnegie Mellon University​
OOPSLA 2009
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Modular Typestate Checking in Concurrent Java Programs

Bushra Ahsan - City University of New York​
PACT 2009
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: A Hybrid Compiler-Architecture Technique to Manage Off-Chip Traffic for Multicore Chips

Samer Arandi University of Cyprus​
PACT 2009
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: DDM-VMC: The Data-Driven Multithreading

Jennifer B. Sartor - University of Texas at Austin​
PLDI 09
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Efficient Array lets for the Masses

Ohad Shacham - Tel Aviv University​
PLDI 09
Second Place 
    Title of Submission: Chameleon: Adaptive Selection of Collections

Tae-Joon Kim (presenter) - KAIST
SIGGRAPH 09
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: RACBVHs: Random-Accessible Compressed Bounding Volume Hierarchies

Matthew Hirsch (presenter) - MIT
SIGGRAPH 09
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: BiDi Screen: Depth and Lighting Aware Interaction and Display

Andrew Meneely - North Carolina State University​
SIGCSE 10
Winner 
    TItle of Submission: Secure Open Source Collaboration:  An Empirical Study of Linus' Law

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS 

Stephen Steward - University of Delaware​
ASSETS 2009
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Designing AAC Interfaces for Commercial Brain-Computer Interaction Gaming Hardware

Jun Kato - University of Tokyo​
CHI 09 
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Multi-Touch Interface for Controlling Multiple Mobile Robots

Zhiquan Yeo - Carnegie Mellon University​
CHI 09 
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Emotional Instant Messaging with KIM

Marcus Reul - RWTH Aachen University
CHI 09
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Bringing Usability to Industrial Control Systems

Manasi Vartak - Worcester Polytechnic Institute​
Grace Hopper 09
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Query Oriented Relaxation for Cardinality Assurance

Lucy Vasserman - Pomona College​
Grace Hopper 09
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Towards Emotionally Intelligent Machines: A Comprehensive Mood Classification System

Diego Cavalcanti - Federal University of Campina Grande
OOPSLA 2009
Winner 
    TItle of Submission: Improving Safety when Refactoring Aspect-Oriented Programs

Paul Magrath - Trinity College Dublin​
PLDI 2009
Winner 
    TItle of Submission: Encryption Code Generator

Eric Drewniak - Wheaton College​
SIGCSE 10
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Unsupervised Discovery of Motifs with Amplitude

Stefan Maurer - Hiram College​
SIGCSE 10
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Analysis of User Behavior

Jacqueline R. Addesa - Virginia Tech​
SC 2009 Winner
Winner 
    TItle of Submission: On the Efficacy of Haskell for High-Performance Computational Biology

Ahmed Saeed - Nile University​
MobiCom 09
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: DNIS: A Middleware for Dynamic Multiple Network Interface Scheduling

2010 Grand Finals Judges

Brent Hailpern - IBM
Vicki Hanson - University of Dundee
Elizabeth K. Hawthorne - Union County College 
Maria Gini - University of Minnesota
Barbara Boucher Owens - Southwestern University
Joseph A. Konstan - University of Minnesota
Diana Marculescu - Carnegie Mellon University
Larry D'Antonio - Ramapo College of New Jersey
Marco Pistoia - IBM
Jack Davidson - University of Virginia
Per Ola Kristensson - University of Cambridge
Xipeng Shen - College of William and Mary

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