CSE student among winners of a SIAM contest
CSE student John Ernsthausen won the second prize in the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) contest Math Matters, Apply It! which seeks to highlight the role of applications of mathematics in our everyday lives. John submitted a flier entitled "The math behind ... Color Outcomes" about certain mathematical and computational problems arising in color analysis. More information about this competition is available here.
Congratulations to John on his noteworthy success!!
Update on the 2017 Symposium
The were many very good presentations which made selecting the prize
winners a difficult task. Based on the advice of a group of faculty
John Ernsthausen was declared the winner of the first prize, and
Michael Xu was declared the winner of the second prize
(the prizes are giftcards to the campus bookstore).
Congratulations to John and Michael, and to their supervisors Dr. Nedialkov and
Thanks to all the participants for making the Symposium a very
2017 CSE Student Symposium
The annual CSE Student Symposium will take place on Friday, April 7, in Hamilton Hall HH/305. The program of the event is available below. Everyone interested in scientific computing is welcome to attend.
Session I (9:40-10:40): Natural and Life Sciences
|9:40-10:00 ||Kiret Dhindsa ||"Brain-Computer Interfacing: Navigating the Problem of Human and Machine Co-Adaptation" |
|10:00-10:20 ||Athinthra Sethurajan ||"Inverse Modelling Method to Validate Transport Models in Electochemical Systems" |
|10:20-10:40 ||Adam Sliwiak ||"Maximum Enstrophy Growth in 2D Navier-Stokes system on a bounded domain" |
Session II (11:00-12:00): Algorithms I
|11:00-11:20 ||John Ernsthausen ||"Rigorous defect control and the numerical solution of Ordinary Differential Equations" |
|11:20-11:40 ||Reza Zolfaghari ||"Structural analysis of integral-algebraic equations" |
|11:40-12:00 ||A S M Sohidull Sohan ||"Reconstructing a String from its Lyndon Arrays" |
Lunch Break (12:00-13:30): pizza will be provided
|13:30-13:50 ||Haoyue Bai ||"Structural Factorization of Squares in Strings" |
|13:50-14:10 ||Akram Alyass ||"Quantile Regression: A Window into Hidden/Unknown Gene X Environment Interactions" |
|14:10-14:30 ||Srinivas Tamvada ||"Load Balancing Distributed Branch and Bound Computations using Closest Common Ancestors and Controlled Branching" |
Session IV (14:40-15:40): Optimization, Control & Signal Processing
|14:40-15:00 ||Shervin Shams-Shoaaee ||"Strategic Price Optimization Models with Reference Price" |
|15:00-15:20 ||Michael Xu ||"Vehicle Routing Problem with Interdiction" |
|15:20-15:40 ||Shou Feng ||"Deep Learning and Cognitive Risk Control for Self-Driving Cars" |
First and Second Prize at 2016 CSE Student Symposium
The 2016 CSE Student Symposium took place on April 19 and featured presentations by a number of students in the Program. Guangning (Gary) Tan won the first prize (for a second time in a row!), whereas Sarah Banyassady was declared the winner of the second prize for the best presentation.