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SPIN Poster Session

Event Type
Other
Sponsor
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
Location
Room 1030, NCSA  Building, 1205 W. Clark St., Urbana
Date
Apr 29, 2015   2:00 pm  
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Originating Calendar
SPIN events

16 Illinois undergraduate students will each present a 5-minute talk about their NCSA internship projects.

  • Lin Cheng, Computer Science. Investigation and deployment of cloud computing technologies to create a flexible and scalable framework for executing complex data-intensive workflows
  • Constantine Roros, Computer Engineering. Developing gestural interfaces for high-level qualitative control of complex systems
  • Emily Cheng
  • Dhruv Diddi, Computer Engineering. Live auto captioning and creation of standard caption files for use in video editing
  • Mingwei Hu, Computer Science. Integrate Virtual Director camera choreography and remote collaboration software with yt, a fast parallel volume software renderer
  • Matthew Ho, Physics. Developing gestural interfaces for high-level qualitative control of complex systems
  • Melissa Lin, Economics. Display system and job data from the Illinois Campus Cluster program in order to make the information more accessible and useful for system operators, managers, investors, and users
  • Bentic Sebastian, Aerospace Engineering. Developing gestural interfaces for high-level qualitative control of complex systems
  • Chuck Rozhon, Computer Science. Develop web widgets for interactive data manipulation of astrophysical data and of libraries for interfacing between running simulations and analysis code
  • Yusheng Hou, Computer Science. Develop an Android app to display 3D atomic lattices, allowing users to navigate the crystal structure of materials
  • Jiarui Xu
  • Wenbo Yu, Computer Science. Display system and job data from the Illinois Campus Cluster program in order to make the information more accessible and useful for system operators, managers, investors, and users
  • Richard Lee, Computer Science. Develop and optimize codes used to analyze image data collected through observational astronomy
  • Utsav Shah, Computer Science. Investigate and develop mobile apps to enhance the experience of audiences of dance, theater, and music performances at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts
  • Jonathan Pan-Doh, Electrical Engineering. Develop and optimize codes used to analyze image data collected through observational astronomy
  • Nick Humbles, Computer Science. Develop TorusVis, a front-end Javascript library for visualizing data on arbitrary graph topologies, which is primarily intended for high-performance computing system monitoring and analysis

 

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