2011 CSEE Research Review – Program

9:30am – 4:00pm Friday, 6 May 2011
Technology Center, South Campus

A celebration of research accomplishments by UMBC CSEE faculty and students in 20102011.
Free and open to the public (space limited to 125). Ample free parking.

Reception (9:00am9:20am), with coffee, orange juice, doughnuts

Opening Remarks, Gary Carter, Chair, Dept. of CSEE (9:20am9:30am)

Session I (9:30am–10:40am) – Each talk is 20 minutes

Gary Carter, CASPR and Computational Photonics Laboratory
Nonlinear Optics with Silicon Nanowires

Yelena Yesha, Center for Hybrid Multicore Productivity Research (CHMPR)
Clinical Decision Support Systems for Personalized HealthCare

Amy Ciavolino, Eliana Feasley, and Robert Deloatch (Advisor: Marie desJardins), MAPLE Lab
Best research by BS students
Playing to Program: Towards an Intelligent Programming Tutor for RUR-PLE

Break (10:40am–11:00am)

Student Poster Session (11:00am–12:00noon) faculty vote for three best posters using Range Voting

  poster presentations

Free Lunch (12:00noon–1:00pm)

Buffet lunch in lobby with sandwiches, hot entree, salad, drinks, and brownies

Session II (1:00pm–2:10pm)

Stephen Beale, Institute for Language and Information Technology (ILIT)
Documenting Endangered Languages Using Linguist's Assistant

Michael Grasso, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Assistant Research Professor, CSEE
Clinical Image Processing and Personalized Medicine

Pramod Jagtap (Advisors: Anupam Joshi and Tim Finin), ebiquity Group
Best research by MS student
Privacy Preservation in Context Aware Geosocial Networking Applications

Break (2:10pm–2:30pm)

Session III (2:30pm–3:40pm)

Tinoosh Mohsenin, Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Lab
Energy Efficient Architectures for Digital Signal Processing and Communication Applications

Wenjia Li (Advisor: Anupam Joshi), ebiquity Group – Honorable mention PhD research
A Holistic Framework for Securing Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

Richard Carback (Advisor: Alan Sherman), Cyber Defense Lab – Best research by PhD student
Scantegrity II Municipal Election at Takoma Park: The First E2E Binding Governmental Election with Ballot Privacy

Student Poster Awards and Reception (3:40pm-4:00pm)

Adjourn (4:00pm)

Organizer: Alan T. Sherman. Emergency Standby Speaker: Laura Zavala