Computer Science Student Research Accomplishments

Publish Date: 02/12/2010

The Department would like to congratulate and acknowledge the recent research accomplishments of Jacqueline Addesa, Gabriel Martinez, and Yinlin Chen.

Undergraduate computer science students, Jacqueline Addesa and Gabriel Martinez, both received Honorable Mentions in the 2010 Computing Research Association’s Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award Competition.

The CRA Undergraduate award program recognizes undergraduate students in North American universities who show outstanding research potential in an area of computing research.

Jacqueline and Gabriel are both advised by Dr. Wu Feng.

       Jacqueline Addessa with Dr. Ryder (at a previous function)

         Gabriel Martinez

Yinlin Chen, a computer science student working with Dr. Fox,  placed 5th in this year’s AT&T Big Mobile on Campus Challenge. According to the AT&T contest website, the contest seeks to recognize innovative and creative mobile applications that enhance academic performance, build campus community, and help improve campus operations.

Yinlin placed 5th for his entry called “Academic Conference Finder” which is an iPhone/iPod Touch application for students, professors, and researchers retrieving information about international conferences, workshops, journals, and seminars in the Computer Science field. Yinlin’s application has been downloaded from 33 different countries around the world and is available in the iTunes store.

The top three winning entries, from Harvard, Ball State, and Northeastern, respectively were announced on: 

Yinlin would also like to acknowledge the contributions of Dr. Ed Fox and the other students in DLRL for their support.

Yinlin Chen