TU student takes first place at the 57th ISA International Instrumentation Symposium
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
TU Computer Science graduate student Jacob Graves took first place at the student paper competition of the 57th ISA International Instrumentation Symposium. The symposium was held in St. Louis, MO on June 20th – June 24th 2011.
Jacob, a student of Dr. Roger Mailler, gave a presentation entitled "A Method of Measuring the Accuracy of C. elegans Images”. Jacob will be invited to represent his paper at the national ISA Automation Week meeting held in October in Mobile, AL.