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Research Day 2009 - Home

Workshop Description

The UGA Computer Science Department has an active and growing program of research, with roughly 120 graduate students, and faculty experts in areas including:

  • Algorithms
  • Distributed information systems
  • Scientific computing
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Evolutionary computing
  • Simulation
  • Bioimaging
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Theory
  • Bioinformatics
  • Parallel & distributed computing
  • Virtual reality
  • Databases
  • Real-time systems
  • Vision & image Processing

Computer Science Research Day is designed to showcase the accomplishments and abilities of our thriving graduate program and takes the form of a poster competition among the graduate students. We invite the university community, potential graduate students, alumni, and current and potential industrial affiliates to:

  • Meet our graduate students and view their research posters
  • Cast votes for Best Poster
  • Enjoy some refreshments
  • Identify potential assistants for your research or other funded work
  • Cast votes for a new Computer Science Department Logo
  • Meet our faculty members; find collaborators

Poster Competition Winners

  • 1st place: Tomasz Oliwa, "Music Composition with Artificial Intelligence"
  • 2nd place: B. J. Wimpey, "Location Recognition Using Multilayered Fingerprints"
  • 3rd place (tie):
  • Anousha Mesbah, "Simultaneous Localization and Mapping in Robotics"
  • John Harney, "Adapting Hierarchical Web Service Compositions Using the Value of Changed Information"

Logo Competition Winner

  • Amir Asiaee

You can find photos of the event here.

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