The CS Department held its Third Research Day on Tuesday, June 21
2011. An all-time record number of posters (31) were exhibited by excellent M.Sc. and Ph.D. students before multitude of guests from the Technion and the
industry. The festive and joyful event lasted more than 3 hours during which the
presenters repeatedly demonstrated their research to highly intrigued audience and both visitors and young researchers were greatly enthusiastic. The posters are now displayed at the CS library.
The following posters were awarded the first place by the official committee:
Poster no. 17
: "Parallel Twig Joins - Multicore XML Query Processing"
- Eran Treister
"A Multilevel Approach for L1 Penalized Least Squares Minimization"
- Roman Zeyde
"Computational Electrokinetzics: Numerical Solution of Ion-Exchangers Dynamics"
The following posters were awarded second place:
Poster no. 6
: "Lock-Free B+tree
- Anat Hashavit:
"Max-Prob: An Unbiased Rational Decision Making Procedure for Multiple Adversary
- Eli Osherovich
"Sparsity Based Bandwidth Extrapolation, aka Super (Hard) Resolution"
And, for the first time on Research Days, the audience had a say, and the "Public's Favorite" award went to:
Poster number 6
: "Lock-Free B+tree"
Thanks to all the participants and congratulation to the winners!