Winners, SRC 2021-2022

CPS-IOT Week 2021 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Hussein Sibai -    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
   Title of Submission:   Symmetry abstraction-refinement algorithm for faster scenario verification

Second Place:

Jiameng Fan -   Boston University
    Title of Submission: Towards Reliable Automatic Learning Systems: (Im)proving the Safety of Learning-enabled Systems

Third Place:

Jack West -   Loyola University, Chicago
    Title of Submission: Moonshine: An Online Randomness Distiller for Zero-Involvement Authentication

 

UNDERGRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Armand Ahadi-Sarkani -   University of California, Irvine
   Title of Submission:  ADAS-RL: Adaptive Vector Scaling Reinforcement Learning For Human-in-the-Loop Lane Departure Warning

Second Place:

Emily Baschab -   University of Alabama
   Title of Submission:  Safer Adaptive Cruise Control for Traffic Wave Dampening

 

CHI 2021 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Ali Shtarbanov -    MIT Media Lab
   Title of Submission:   FlowIO Development Platform – the Pneumatic “Raspberry Pi” for Soft Robotics

Second Place:

Natalia Obukhova -   University of Zurich, Switzerland
    Title of Submission: A Meta-Analysis of Effect Sizes of CHI Typing Experiments

Third Place:

Justin Lubin -   University California, Berkeley
    Title of Submission: How Statically-Typed Functional Programmers Author Code

 

UNDERGRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Dhruva Bansal -   Georgia Institute of Technology
   Title of Submission:  CopyCat: Using Sign Language Recognition to Help Deaf Children Acquire Language Skills

Second Place:

Bhavya Chopra -   Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology
  Title of Submission: Reality Tales: Facilitating User-Character Interaction with Immersive Storytelling

Third Place:

Melissa M.F. Li -   McGill University
  Title of Submission: Seek: A Telehealth System for Preventing Age-Related Vision Loss Inspired by the Quantified

 

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