Winners Announced for UROC 2010


Manshi Sharma shows off her project, "Community Mosaic: Finding ways to eat more healthfully in a low-income African American community." Sharma tied for second place in the people's choice category.

April 19, 2010

The College of Computing held its annual UROC Research Symposium on Monday, April 19, featuring some of the top undergraduate research projects produced during the year.

Below is a full list of all 2010 UROC winners:

 

Judges' AwardsFirst Place ($750)Antonio Blanca

"Walking on Catalan Spaces"

"Algorithms Simulator"

Advisor: Prasad Tetali

 

Second Place ($300)Sanjeet Hajarnis

"iQuest - Location Based Gaming"

Advisor: Mark Riedl

 

Third Place ($100)Joshua Moore

"Extensions of a System for Robot Affordance Prediction"

Advisor: Jim Rehg

 

People's Choice Awards ($50)First PlaceSanjeet Hajarnis

"iQuest - Location Based Gaming"

Advisor: Mark Riedl

 

Second Place (Tie)Mansi Sharma

"Community Mosaic: Finding ways to eat more healthfully in a low-income African American community"

Advisors: Beki Grinter & Andrea Grimes

 

Brian Stebar II

"Ad Hoc Symbiotic Traffic Simulation"

Advisors: Richard Fujimoto & Michael Hunter

 

The UROC Research Symposium is supported by generous gifts from Yahoo! and Google.