Research of Computer Science Students Recognized with Science Day Awards

The Department of Computer Science is proud to report that CS graduate students have been recognized with research awards at this year's BU Science Day.

  • Chris Kwan won the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Award on his work (with Margrit Betke) entitled "Camera Canvas: Image Editing Software for People with Disabilities."
  • Dora Erdos won the Inaugural Hariri Award for Innovative Computing Models, Algorithms, and Systems for her work (with Evimaria Terzi, Vatche Ishakian and Azer Bestavros) entitled "The Filter-Placement Problem and its Application to Content De-Duplication."

Computer Science students were also among the runners up:

  • Ilir Capuni for his work (with Peter Gacs) entitled "What can we compute with Minsky machines under noise".
  • Vatche Ishakian for his work (with Azer Bestavros) entitled "MORPHOSYS: Ef´Čücient Colocation of QoS-Constrained Workloads in the Cloud."
Congratulations to all!

Chris Kwan, with his advisor Margrit Betke, accepts
        Science Day Award from Associate Dean Jeffrey Hughes.

Chris Kwan, with his advisor Margrit Betke, accepts Science Day Award from Jeffrey Hughes, the Associate Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.