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QInF 2011

2011 Winners

School Student(s) Recommender(s) Innovation Title
UMD Ching L Teo
Yezhou Yang
Yiannis Aloimonos
Hal Daumé III
Robots Need Language: A computational model for the integration of vision, language and action
Princeton Mohammed Shoaib
Kyong Ho Lee
Naveen Verma
Niraj K. Jha
Algorithm-driven Platforms for Low-energy Intelligent Biomedical Systems
CMU David Bromberg

Daniel Morris
Lawrence Pileggi

Jian-Gang Zhu
mLogic: Low-Power, Non-Volatile Magnetoelectronic Logic Circuits for Portable Applications
UIUC Rajinder Sodhi

Brett Jones
David Forsyth Spatial Mobile Interaction using Depth Cameras
UCSD UCLA Siarhei Vishniakou

Paul Brochu
Deli Wang
Qibing Pei
I-SENSE – Innovative Technology Enabling New Life-style
MIT Ahmed Kirmani

Andrea Colaco
Vivek K Goyal

Franco Wong
Single Pixel Depth Sensing and 3D Camera
UCB Mohit Bansal

Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick
Dan Klein

John Blitzer
Automatic Summarization for Mobile Search
UCLA Supriyo Chakraborty

Zainul Charbiwala
Mani B. Srivastava Balancing The Dichotomy Between Privacy and Utility in Mobile Empathic Systems: A Compressive Sensing Approach

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