Winners, SRC 2022-2023

PLDI 2022 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Milijana Surbatovich  -   Carnegie Mellon University
   Title of Submission:   A Type System for Safe Intermittent Computing

Second Place:

Zachary D. Sisco  -   University of California, Santa Barbara
    Title of Submission: Program Synthesis for Processor Development Using Formal Specifications

Third Place:

Joseph W. Cutler -   University of Pennsylvania
    Title of Submission: Finding Good Generators with Multi-Armed Bandits

 

SIGMOD 2022 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Alexander Yao  -   Columbia University
   Title of Submission:   Interactive Query Explanations Using Fine Grained Provenance

Second Place:

Manuel Schönberger  -    Technical University of Applied Sciences Regensburg
    Title of Submission: Applicability of Quantum Computing on Database Query Optimization

Third Place:

Sughosh V Kaushik -   Columbia University
    Title of Submission: SQL Execution of Smoked Duck

 

UNDERGRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Joshua Pan  -   Harvard University
   Title of Submission:   Workload-Adaptive Filtering in Storage Engines

Second Place:

Jiadong Xie  -    East China Normal University
    Title of Submission: Hindering Influence Diffusion of Community

Third Place:

Anna Gorb -   Innoolis University
    Title of Submission: A Recommender Algorithm to Automatically Generate Metrics for GQM Models in Software Development

 

ICSE 2022 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Zhe Liu  -   Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences
   Title of Submission:   Woodpecker: Identifying and Fixing Android UI Display Issues

Second Place:

Luca Di Grazia  -    University of Stuttgart, Germany
    Title of Submission: Efficiently and Precisely Searching for Code Changes with DiffSearch

Third Place:

Manuel De Stefano -   University of Salerno
    Title of Submission: An Empirical Study on the Current Adoption of Quantum Programming

 

UNDERGRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Kimberly Truong  -   Oregon State University
   Title of Submission:   Let's Talk Open-Source - An Analysis of Conference Talks and Community Dynamics

Second Place:

Isabella Laybourn  -    Carnegie Mellon University
    Title of Submission: µ2: using Mutation Analysis to Guide Mutation-Based Fuzzing

Third Place:

Saki Imai -   Colby College
    Title of Submission: Is GitHub Copilot a Substitute for Human Pair-Programming? An Empirical Study

 

CHI 2022 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Irene Zanardi  -   Politecnico di Milano
   Title of Submission:   Hoomie Sweet Home: A Qualitative Study on the Small Multisensory Space ”Hoomie” for Inclusion of Autistic Kids in a Primary School

Second Place:

Amanda Curtis  -    University of Oxford
    Title of Submission: Interactive Research Artifacts: Interactive Technologies as Tools for Knowledge Creation

Third Place:

Jacquelyn Quinn Schmidt -   University of Michigan
    Title of Submission: Climate Resilience Through Data: Managing Stormwater Sewers in Detroit

 

UNDERGRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Roxanna G. Wilcox -    Northwestern University
   Title of Submission:   Knowledge Maps for Building Conceptual and Transferable CSS Knowledge

Second Place:

Cindy Hu  -    Northwestern University
    Title of Submission: Self-Disclosure for Early Relationship Development through Situated Prompts in Opportunistic Collective Experiences

Third Place:

Anthony Moncivais -   Abilene Christian University
    Title of Submission: The Emotional Impact of Multi-Factor Authentication for University Students

 

SAC 2022 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Silvia Beddar-Wiesing  -   University of Kassel, Germany
   Title of Submission:   Using Local Activity Encoding for Dynamic Graph Pooling in Stuctural-Dynamic Graphs

Second Place:

Jacob Curtis  -    Baylor University
    Title of Submission: On Language-Agnostic Abstract-Syntax Trees

Third Place:

Alice Moallemy-Oureh -   University of Kassel, Germany
    Title of Submission: Continuous Time Generative GNN for Attributed Dynamic Graphs

 

Mobicom 2021 Winners
GRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Jon Larrea  -   University of Edinburgh
   Title of Submission:   Demo: Nervion - A Cloud Native RAN Emulator for Core Network Evaluations

Second Place:Tie

Zimo Liao  -    Shanghai Jiaotong University
    Title of Submission: Demo: SMART: Screen-based Gesture Recognition on Commodity Mobile Devices

Second Place:Tie

Cheng-Ying Hsieh -   National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
    Title of Submission: Design and Implementation of a Generic 5G User Plane Function Development Framework

 

UNDERGRADUATE CATEGORY
First Place:

Thomas Horton King -    Carnegie Mellon University
   Title of Submission:   Demo: Long-Range Accurate Ranging of Millimeter-wave Retro-Reflective Tags in High Mobility

 

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