CS 8th Research Day, 2019

CS 8th Research Day, 2019 The CS Department held its ninth Research Day on Monday, June 24, 2019 which exhibited 27 of the finest researches carried out by our excellent M.Sc. and Ph.D. students before multitude of guests from the Technion and the industry.

The festive event lasted more 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. An official judging committee ranked the posters and the visitors voted for the public's favorite.

The following posters were awarded first place, and will receive a prize of NIS 1,500 each:

Poster no. 1: Leon Anavy - Towards More Storage for Less Synthesis by Using Composite DNA Letters

Poster no. 26: Ester Livshits  - The Complexity of Database Inconsistency Measures

The following posters were awarded second place, and will receive a prize of NIS 750 each:

Poster no. 3: Michael Amir - Minimizing Travel in the Uniform Dispersal Problem

Poster no. 23: Roee Mor - Probabilistic Qualitative Localization and Mapping

Poster no. 27: Tal Shinkar - Clustering-Correcting Codes

The following poster was awarded the Public's Favorites, and will receive a prize of NIS 500:

Poster no. 2: Omer Sabary - SOLQC - Synthetic Oligo Library Quality Control Tool

All participating posters in 2019 CS Research Day (by research interests)

The awards are in part a courtesy of the faculty Industrial Affiliates Program (IAP).

Thanks to all the participants and congratulation to the winners!

Pictures from the event.

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