EE and SEAS Graduate Poster Competition Winners Announced

EE Competition Winner Shubham Chamadia with his poster, "Reliability-Based Lowest Average Complexity Near-ML Decoding of Golden Code."

The Department of Electrical Engineering held its annual Graduate Student Research Poster Competition with many fantastic entries.  Poster Competition winners are: 

First place: " Reliability-Based Lowest Average Complexity Near-ML Decoding of Golden Code" presented by Shubham Chamadia (Advisor: Dimitris Pados)

Second place: “Nanocavity Enhancement for Ultra-Thin Film Optical Absorber” presented by Haomin Song (Advisor: Qiaoqiang Gan)

Third place: “A New Paradigm in Machine Learning and Signal Processing: Optimal L1 Principal-Component Analysis” presented by Panos P. Markopoulos (Advisor: Dimitris Pados)

Honorable mention:

“Channel and Energy Modeling for Self-Contained Wireless Sensor Networks in Oil Reservoirs” presented by Hongzhi Guo (Advisor: Zhi Sun)

“Accelerating T1-rho Cartilage Imaging Using k-t ISD with Locally-Adapted Thresholding and JSENSE” presented by Yihang Zhou (Advisor: Leslie Ying)

SEAS Competition Winner Haomin Song with his poster, “Nanocavity Enhancement for Ultra-Thin Film Optical Absorber.”

EE Winners Shubham Chamadia and Haomin Song went on to compete in the SEAS Graduate Student Research Poster Competion, open to all graduate students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.  The winner of the SEAS Competition is:

“Nanocavity Enhancement for Ultra-Thin Film Optical Absorber” presented by Haomin Song (Advisor: Qiaoqiang Gan)

Published April 25, 2014