Conference papers, posters, and presentations by students

Student-faculty projects with Grinnell CS students have strong track record of articles and presentations at national and regional conferences. Some examples from the past five years:

  • Erik Opavsky, Dilan Ustek, and David Cowden with Henry M. Walker

    • Peer-reviewed paper: Course Development through Student-Faculty Collaboration: A Case Study, Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education/ITiCSE 2014, June, 2014, Uppsala, Sweden.
    presentation at SIGCSE 2012 Dilan Ustek at SIGCSE 2012
    Erik Opavsky at SIGCSE 2012 Henry Walker with students, Dilan Ustek and Erik Opavsky, at ITiCSE 2014, Uppsala, Sweden
  • Nediyana Daskalova, Nathalie Ford, Ann Hu, Kyle Moorehead, and Benjamin Wagnon with Janet Davis

    • Peer-reviewed paper: Informing Design of Suggestion and Self-Monitoring Tools through Participatory Experience Prototypes. In Anna Spagnolli, Luca Chittaro, Luciano Gamberini (Ed.) The 9th International Conference on Persuasive Technology (PERSUASIVE 2014), 8462, Springer, 68-79.
  • Michael Cermak, David Hanle, and Yirong Jing with Jeffrey Blanchard (Mathematics)

    • Greedy Algorithms for Joint Sparse Recovery, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 62(7): 1694-1704, 2014.
  • Chukwunweike Abuah, Rogelio Calderon, Martin Estrada, Zarni Htet, Adriana Hurley, Katherine Ingersoll, Hart Russell, Sydney Ryan, Kimberly Spasaro, Prashanna Tiwaree with Samuel A. Rebelsky

    • Poster: Making Images By Hand and By Code - Motivating Students with Multi-Language Interactive Media Application Scripting, Proceedings of the 44th ACM Technical Symposium in Computer Science Education/SIGCSE 2013
  • Zachary Butler and Dugan Knoll with Jerod Weinman

    • Toward integrated scene text reading, Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 36(2), 375-387.
  • Tolu Alabi, Bradley Gordon, Russel Steinbach with Jeffrey D. Blanchard (Mathematics)

    • Fast K-selection Algorithms for Graphics Processing Units, ACM Journal of Experimental Algorithmics, 17(2), Article 4.2, Pages 4.2:1-4.2:29, 2012.
  • Chase Felker and Radka Slamova with Janet Davis

    • Peer-reviewed paper: Integrating UX with scrum in an undergraduate software development project, Proceedings of the 43rd ACM Technical Symposium in Computer Science Education/SIGCSE 2012
  • Pelle Hall, Andrew Hirakawa, Jennelle Nystrom with Samuel A. Rebelsky

    • Poster: From drawing to programming: attracting middle-school students to programming through self-disclosing code, Proceedings of the 43rd ACM Technical Symposium in Computer Science Education/SIGCSE 2012
    poster at SIGCSE 2012
    Pelle Hall, Andrew Hirakawa, and Jennelle Nystrom at SIGCSE 2012
  • David Cowden, April O'Neill, Erik Opavsky, Dilan Ustek with Henry M. Walker

    • Peer-reviewed paper: A C-based introductory course using robots, Proceedings of the 43rd ACM Technical Symposium in Computer Science Education/SIGCSE 2012
    presentation at SIGCSE 2012 presenters at SIGCSE 2012
    Presentation at SIGCSE 2012, Raleigh, NC Henry Walker with students April O'Neill, Dilan Ustek, Erik Opavsky at SIGCSE 2012
    • Poster: Adacpting Scribbler 2 robors for use in CSC 161, Consortium for Computer Science in Colleges, Midwest 2012 Conference
    Poster at CCSC Midwest 2012
    Erik Opavsky (left) talking to CCSC Midwest 2012 Attendees
  • Andrew Hirakawa and Russel Steinbach with Henry M. Walker,

    • Peer-reviewed paper: A system to place incoming students in computer science, mathematics and statistics, Journal of the Computing Sciences in Colleges/CCSC Midwest, October 2011
  • Augustus Lidaka and Shitanshu Aggarwal with Jerod Weinman

    • Peer reviewed book chapter: Large-Scale Machine Learning, In (Wen-mei W. Hwu, Ed.) GPU Gems (Emerald Edition), pp. 277-291, 2011.
  • Timothy Miller and Patrick Rich with Janet Davis

    • Extended Abstract: ADAPT: audience design of ambient persuasive technology, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems /CHI 2009
poster at ITiCSE 2007

Additional posters:

  • Christine Wang '08 presents two posters at ITiCSE 2007 in Dundee Scotland, based on work with students Monica Ugwi, Eric Omwega, and Jonathan Tsu and with faculty member Henry Walker.

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