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CSE Graduate Honors Competition

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The 11th Annual CSE Graduate Student Honors Competition will showcase research presentations by the five finalists in CSE's 2014 competition.

Participants will make a 20-minute presentation on some aspect of their research. A faculty judging panel will select the winner.

Undergrads, grad students, and faculty invited.

Reception to follow for faculty and all student attendees in 3725 BBB.
The Student Honors Competition will showcase research presentations by these four finalists:

THEORY: AARON SNOOK
Graph Isomorphism and the Lasserre Hierarchy

HARDWARE: DAYA S. KHUDIA
Pervasive Approximate Computing: Anomalies are Your Friends

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: BRYCE WIEDENBECK
Analyzing Very Large Simulation-Based Games

SOFTWARE: DAVID DEVECSERY
Eidetic Systems

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