SRC Grand Finalists 2011
Swapnil Patil - Carnegie Mellon
Title of Submission: Scale and Concurrency of GIGA+: File System Directories with Millions of Files
Nurcan Durak - University of Louisville
Grace Hopper 2010
Title of Submission: Principal Contour Extraction and Contour Classification to Detect Coronal Loops from the Solar Images
Xiangyu Dong - Penn State University
Title of Submission: Modeling and Leveraging Emerging Non-Volatile Memories for Future Computer Designs
Tsung-Wei Huang - National Cheng Kung University
Title of Submission: Droplet Routing Algorithms for Digital Microfluidic Biochips
Timothy Walsh - University of Delaware
Title of Submission: Utterance-Based Systems: Organization and Design of AAC Interfaces
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