Recent Good News
Congratulations to the following Class of 2025 (BSCS) students on winning third place in the Ideate for Change Hackathon: Anne Mai, Sandra Le, Galit Bolotin, Shreyass Prem Sankar, and Mannan Zinjuvadia. Here is the recording of the event.
We sent 6 teams to the 2022 ICPC programming competition. the 6 teams to represent SJSU were chosen using a 5 hour qualifying competition at the beginning of february. because of COVID, the contest happened on february 25, 2023. it was our fourth year participating! this year, we had three division 1 teams and three division 2 teams in the pacific northwest region. (the hardest region in north america!) the competition involves teams of 3 students, one computer, 13 problems, and 5 hours (and that was after the 4 hour bus ride to chico!). you can try out the problems yourself at Problems from 2022 ICPC North America Regional Programming Contests.
Congratulations to Prof. Fabio Di Troia, winner of an NSF REU Site Grant award, for 3-years (4/1/2023 - 3/31/2026), in the amount of $373,981, on Undergraduate Research Experience for Women in Machine Learning-based Cybersecurity
More than 150 students attended the Google Technical Interview Strategy Workshop event
3-5 pm on November 16th, 2022.
In this session, Ernest (Google's Technical Program Manager) demonstrated the interview process and shared the strategy to tackle the technical interview. Many thanks to Googlers, Ernest Holmes, Marisa Diaz, Arely Silva, and Jennifer Gallo for organizing this wonderful Google event.
Melody Moh, Teng-Sheng Moh, and Mariia Surmenok (MSCS), “Dynamic Resource Management of Green Fog Computing for IoT Support,” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference Green Energy, Computing and Sustainable Technology (GECOST), Miri Sarawak, Malaysia, Oct. 2022, 7 pages. [Best Paper Award]
Niraj Pandkar (MSCS), Teng-Sheng Moh, and Mark Barash (Justice Studies), “3D Facial Biometric Verification Using a DNA Sample for Law Enforcement Applications,” Proceedings of the 21st IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (WI-IAT), Niagara Falls, Canada, Nov. 2022, 8 pages. [California Association of Criminalists Reed & Virginia McLaughlin Endowment Scholarship]
Congratulations to Jamie Zuspann, Hugo Wong, Joshua Lawson, and Mohammed Naqvi. This semester they collaborated with a team of four students from the Technische Hochschule in Ingolstadt Germany on a project provided by SRI International. The team ultimately delivered a tool that will enable engineers to harvest and edit conceptual knowledge from the Web and save it in a form that can be used by SRI’s bRight platform. A German grant paid for the SJSU students to fly to Germany for the final presentation. The grant also provided funds for nightly visits to Bavarian beer gardens and excursions to local attractions. Two students- Jamie and Joshua- were offered (and accepted) long-term internships at SRI as a result of their work on the project. It is hoped that the project will be continued next Spring with a new team of SJSU students who are interested in combining research and travel.