Category: Student News

Qiang Li, PhD Dissertation Presentation

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 7:30 am in Rice 536 Committee: John A. Stankovic (Advisor), Kamin Whitehouse (Chair), Jack Davidson, Gabriel Robins, and John Lach (Minor Representative) Title: Reliable Multi-Body, Multi-Function Body Sensor Networks ABSTRACT With the cost of health care increasing, Body Sensor Networks (BSNs) have been proposed to provide low-cost health care solutions…

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Will Hawkins, PhD Proposal Presentation

Monday, March 20, 2017 at 10:00 AM in Rice 414 Committee:  Jack Davidson (Advisor), Westley Weimer (Committee Chair), James Lambert (Systems and Information Engineering), Baishakhi Ray and David Melski (Gramma Tech). Static Binary Rewriting: Methodologies and Tools to Improve Software Security, Safety and Reliability ABSTRACT The notion that software runs the modern world is generally…

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Qingyun Wu, Qualifying Exam Presentation

Date: Monday, March 27, 2017 at 3:00 PM in Rice 404 Committee: Hongning Wang (Advisor), Jack Stankovic (Chair), Worthy Martin, and Yanjun Qi Contextual Bandits in a Collaborative Environment ABSTRACT Contextual bandit algorithms provide principled online learning solutions to find optimal trade-offs between exploration and exploitation with companion side-information. They have been extensively used in…

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Erin Griffiths, PhD Proposal Presentation

Date:  Friday, March 10, 2017 at 11:00 am in Rice 536 Committee: Kamin Whitehouse (Advisor), Jack Stankovic, Westley Weimer, A.J. Brush, Microsoft Research; Quanquan Gu (Minor Representative) Solving Practical Challenges in Ambient Intelligence Environments to Meet Personal and Societal Needs ABSTRACT:  With the explosion of physically embedded, connected technology in the Internet of Things and…

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CAP Researcher won the Best in Session for work on RAPID programming language at TECHCON2016

The Center for Automata Processing (CAP) continues its excellence in automata computing research exploration across the stack.  CAP researchers, led by Kevin Angstadt, developed a programming language optimized for pattern matching algorithms called RAPID.  The paper titled “RAPID: Accelerating pattern search applications with reconfigurable hardware” won Best in Session at the Semiconductor Research Corporation TECHCON2016…

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