CSEE Students Joe Tuzo (CMSC), JJ Seymour (CMSC) and Varish Mulwad (CMSC) will present papers at the AAAI FAll Symposium on November 4-6 in Arlington, Virginia. Yasaman Haghpanah (CMSC) will present her research at the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing on November 9-12 in Portland, Oregon.
Joe Tuzo (CMSC BS '11) and JJ Seymour (CMSC BS '12) will be presenting papers at the upcoming AAAI Fall Symposium on Complex Adaptive Systems. Joe's paper (co-authored with JJ and Prof. Marie desJardins), " Using a Cellular Automaton Simulation to Determine an Optimal Lane Changing Strategy on a Multi-Lane Highway," and JJ's paper (co-authored with Joe and Prof. desJardins), "Ant Colony Optimization in a Changing Environment," were both based on the students' class projects for Prof. desJardins's "Computation, Complexity, and Emergence" course in Spring 2011.
Computer Science Ph.D. candidate Varish Mulwad will present a paper on his dissertation research at the AAAI Fall Symposium on Open Government Knowledge. He is developing a system that can automatically infer the meaning of information in a spreadsheet or table and publish it as linked Web data using semantic web languages. Varish's advisor, Dr. Tim Finin, is one of the organizers of the symposium.
Yasaman Haghpanah (CMSC Ph.D. Candidate) will present her research on "A Trust and Reputation Model for Supply Chain Management" in the PhD Forum at the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing, which will be held November 9-12, 2011, in Portland, Oregon. Yasaman's advisor, Dr. Marie desJardins, will also attend the conference as a participant in the Grace Hopper Senior Women's Summit.