Young-Woo Kwon winner of a Bronze Prize at the Samsung Human-Tech Thesis Prize Competition

Publish Date: 04/05/2012

Computer Science doctoral student Young-Woo Kwon won the Bronze Prize at the Samsung Human-Tech Thesis Prize Competition for his research entry entitled: "Power-Efficient and Fault-Tolerant Distributed Mobile Execution."

Kwon is advised by Dr. Eli Tilevich, assistant professor of computer science.  Dr. Tilevich describes the competition: "Aimed at broadening and enriching basic and applied research in Korea, the competition attracts both domestic and foreign participants at the high school, college, and graduate school levels. The first round of the competition typically starts with approximately 1,500 entries that span across 10 major areas of sciences and engineering. In each area, 8 entries are selected to compete in the final round. This prize-winning research has also been accepted for presentation at the 32nd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS), a premium conference in distributed computing."

Congratulations to Young-Woo.  Read more about the Human-Tech Thesis Prize at the Samsung website.