Computer Science Students receive top honors at the TU Fourteenth Annual Student Research Colloquium
Sunday, April 03, 2011
On March 28th – April 1st, TU hosted the Fourteenth Annual Student Research Colloquium in coordination with the 9th Annual OU-Tulsa Research Forum. A total of 245 oral and poster presentations were given during the event.
A large number of Computer Science students participated in the event and demonstrated their exceptional research and presentation abilities. Doctoral Student Melanie Smith, advised by Dr. Roger Mailler, received first place for her presentation entitled “The Effects of Coordination in Vehicular Routing”. Doctoral student Frank Grove, advised by Dr. Sandip Sen, tied for second place for his talk “Advancing Democracy in the 21st Century”.
A “great Job” goes out to all of this year’s participants and special congratulations are due to Melanie and Frank.
Dr. Roger Mailler