ACM SRC Grand Finals Candidates, 2010 - 2011

GRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS 

D.Yvette Wohn - Michigan State University​
CHI 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Reciprocity in social network games and generation of social capital

Xiangyu Dong - Penn State University​
DAC 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Modeling and Leveraging Emerging Non-Volatile Memories for Future Computer Designs

Tanzima Z. Islam - Purdue University​
GRACE HOPPER 2010
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Harnessing Multiple Cores for Efficient Checkpointing in Grid Systems

Nurcan DurakUniversity of Louisville
GRACE HOPPER 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Principal Contour Extraction and Contour Classification to Detect Coronal Loops from the Solar Images

Pedro Cruz Universidade de Coimbra​
GRAPH 2010
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Visualizing Empires Decline

Thomas Fritz - University of British Columbia​
ICSE 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Staying Aware of Relevant Feeds in Context

Souvik Sen Duke University​
MOBICOM 2010
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Listen Before You Talk, But on the Frequency Domain

Shahriyar Amini - Carnegie Mellon University​
MOBICOM 2010
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Cache: Caching Location-Enhanced Content to Improve User Privacy

Dan Levin Deutsche Telekom Labs​
MOBICOM 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: TCPSpeaker: Clean and Dirty Sides of the Same Slate

Niket K. Choudhary - North Carollina State University
PACT 2010
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: FabScalar: Composing Synthesizable RTL Designs of Arbitrary Cores within a Canonical Superscalar Template

Eva Burrows University of Bergen, Norway​
PLDI 2010 Winners
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Harnessing the Driving Force of Dependencies

Mirza Beg - University of Waterloo​
PLDI 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Instruction Scheduling on Multicores

Jie Xiong - University College London​
SIGCOMM 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: SecureAngle: Improving Wireless Security Using Angle-of-Arrival Information

Acey Boyce - University of North Carolina at Charlotte​
SIGCSE 2011
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Augmenting Educational Tools through Conversion to Games

Swapnil Patil - Carnegie Mellon University​
SC 2010
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Scale and Concurrency of GIGA+:  File System Directories with Millions of Files

Yi Gu - University of Memphis​
SC 2010
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Optimizing End-to-End Performance of Scientific Workflows in Distributed Environments

Kanimathai Duraisamy - University of Nebraska, Omaha​
SC 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: An Efficient Algorithm for Obtaining Low Memory Approximation Models of Large-Scale Networks

Ferosh Jacob - University of Alabama​
SPLASH 2010
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Extending Abstract APIs to Shared Memory

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS

Timothy Walsh - University of Delaware​
ASSETS 2010
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Utterance-Based Systems: Organization and Design of AAC Interfaces

Tsung Wei Huang - National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan​
DAC 2010
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Droplet Routing Algorithms for Digital Microfluidic Biochips

Sophia Yang - Pomona College​
GRACE HOPPER 2010
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: What are You Looking At? Classifying Neural Activity of the Fusiform Face Area

Sarah H. Harmon - Colby College​
GRACE HOPPER 2010
Second Place 
    TItle of Submission: Human Perception of Gendered Artificial Entities

Peter Calvert University of Cambridge, UK​
PACT 2010
Winner 
    TItle of Submission: Offloading Java to Graphics Processors

Zachary Zappala - The College of New Jersey​
SIGCSE 2011
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Investigating Computational Methods for Evaluating Putative Substrate Conformations in Cytochrome P450s

Shaun Pickford - University of North Carolina at Charlotte​
SIGCSE 2011
Third Place 
    TItle of Submission: Dance Tool: Creation of a New Culturally Situated Educational Game

David C. Goode - Harvard University​
SC 2010
First Place 
    TItle of Submission: Parallelized Hartree-Fock Code for Scalable Structural and Electronic Simulation of Large Nanoscale Molecules

 

2011 Grand Finals Judges

Akila Gothandaraman - University of Pittsburgh
Beth Hawthorne - Union County College
Bo Brinkman - Miami University
Brent Hailpern - IBM
Debra Burhans - Canisius College
Doug Baldwin - State University of New York Geneseo
Douglas Fuller - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ellen Walker - Hiram College
Gabriele Jost - University of Texas
Ingrid Russell - University of Hartford
Jack Davidson - University of Virginia
James Hill - Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Jeffrey P. Bigham - Rochester Institute of Technology
Jim Kiper - Miami University
Joan Krone - Denison University
Larry D'Antonio - Ramapo College of New Jersey
Michele Weiland - University of Edinburgh
Mirela Damian - Villanova University
Neil Spring - University of Maryland
Paul Tymann - Rochester Institute of Technology
Peter DePasquale - The College of New Jersey
Shari Trewin - IBM
Simon Harper - University of Manchester
Stephanie Ludi - Rochester Institute of Technology
Vicki Hanson - University of Dundee

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