SRC Grand Finalists 2009
Xu Liu - University of Maryland
Title of Submission: A Camera Phone Based Currency Reader for the Visually Impaired
Stratis Ioannidis - University of Toronto
Title of Submission: On the Distribution of Content Updates over a Mobile Social Network
Ye Kyaw Thu - Waseda University
Title of Submission: Positional Prediction: Common and User Friendly Text Input Interfaces for Asian Syllabic Languages on Mobile Devices
Alice Zhu - Harvey Mudd College
Grace Hopper 2008
Title of Submission: HoverCross HoverCross - A Seamless Transition Between Drawing and Editing A Seamless Transition Between Drawing and Editing
Sarah M. Loos - Indiana University
Grace Hopper 2008
Title of Submission: A Variation of Strassen's Matrix Multiplication Algorithms
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