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2013 CSE Students present at Showcase of Undergraduate Research in Engineering

The UNT College of Engineering hosted the Showcase of Undergraduate Research in Engineering on September 20, 2013 at UNT’s Discovery Park. There were five categories for prizes and CSE students won three of the five divisions. Each winner received a $250 cash prize and a $1,000 scholarship to be used towards graduate study in the UNT College of Engineering.

Congratulations to James Glenn and Mingyu Lin on winning the top prize in the Software Technology category. Their presentation was on their "Comprehensive SEEDING Project." Dr. Rodney Nielsen, Associate Professor in the CSE Department, was their faculty advisor.
Dean Costas Tsatsoulis presents James and Mingyu with first prize.
CSE Chair Dr. Barrett Bryant talks to Mingyu and James about their poster.



Congratulations to Zachary Morgan on winning the top prize in the Healthcare and Medical Technology category. Zachary’s project was "Adaptive Blood Pressure Measurement on Android." His faculty advisor for this project was Dr. Ram Dantu, Professor in the CSE Department
Dean Tsatsoulis congratulates Zachary on winning first prize.
Zachary explains his project to Dr. Bryant.



Congratulations to TAMS student Jason He on winning the top prize in the Energy Engineering category. Jason’s project, "Characterizing Power and Energy Usage with Resource Auto-Configuration in Cloud Computing, was supervised by Dr. Song Fu, Assistant Professor in the CSE Department.
Dean Tsatsoulis presents Jason with first prize.
Dr. Song Fu with his student Jason.



Computer Engineering student Raul Asencio (R) and Electrical Engineering Technology student Aneel Devaraju (L) presented "Autonomous Multi-Agent Mapping System" in the Robotics and Animation category. Their advisor was Dr. Kamesh Namuduri in Electrical Engineering.



Logan Widick presented "Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) Based Breathing Monitoring" in the Healthcare and Medical Technology divison. CSE Professor Dr. Ram Dantu was his advisor.



Lisa Reynolds presented "Bug Catcher: A System for Software Testing Competitions" in the Software Technology category. Dr. Renee Bryce was her faculty advisor.
Dr. Kuruvilla John, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, and Lisa Reynolds.
Lisa explains her research to Dr. Bryant.



Mallory Smith presented "Test Suite Prioritization"in the Software Technology category. Dr. Renee Bryce was her faculty advisor.
Dr. Kuruvilla John talks with Mallory about her project.
Dr. Bryant learns about Mallory’s research.



TAMS student Charles Tian presented "Noah—A Dynamic Ridesharing System" in the Software Technology category. Dr. Yan Huang was his faculty advisor.
Dr. Bryant talks to Charles about his project.



Frank Paiva presented "SEEDING—Self-Explanation Enhanced Discussion Inquiry Generation" in the Software Technology category. Dr. Rodney Nielsen was his faculty advisor.
Dr. Miguel Garcia-Rubio, Associate Dean at the College of Engineering, learns about Frank’s research.
Frank explains his project to Dr. Bryant.



Staff and students from the Discovery Park Center for Student Affairs and Career Center.
Students from the AI and Human Language Technologies Lab.



Dr. Kuruvilla John, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies at the College of Engineering, talks to students.
Dean of the College of Engineering Dr. Costas Tsatsoulis makes his remarks to students.

Photos taken by Genene Murphy.