SRC Grand Finalists 2015
Lu Xiao - Drexel University
Title of Submission: Detecting and Preventing the Architectural Roots of Bugs
Shupeng Sun - Carnegie Mellon University
Title of Submission: Fast Statistical Analysis of Rare Circuit Failure Events in High-Dimensional Variation Space
Omid Abara - MIT
Title of Submission: Clock Synchronization for Distributed Wireless Protocols at the Physical Layer
Thomas Effland - University of Buffalo
SIGCSE - 2014
Title of Submission: Focused Retrieval of University Course Descriptions from Highly Variable Sources
Shannon N. Lubetich - Pomona College
Grace Hopper - 2014
Title of Submission: Eve Eat Dust Mop: Measuring Syntactic Development in Child Language with Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning
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