To be held in
conjunction with the
Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium (BEARS)
2:00pm 120A Bechtel Engineering Center
This year we will hold a student research track at the new Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium (BEARS), which will be attended by faculty, students, industry researchers, and select press. Student-authored papers were solicited in all areas of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. An expedited conference review process was conducted by a program committee affiliated with the department. The program is extremely selective, with eight papers chosen from a total of 38 very high quality submissions. We hope you enjoy this small piece of the rich and varied research conducted by EECS graduate students.
|Session I: Ron Fearing - Chair
Suppression by Minimizing Standby Supply Voltage, Huifang Qin, Yu Cao, Dejan Markovic, Andrei Vladimirescu, and Jan Rabaey.
||Variable Optical Buffer Using Slow Light in Semiconductor Nanostructures,
Pei-Cheng Ku, Connie Chang-Hasnain, Jungho Kim, and Shun-Lien Chuang.
Refolding Planar Polygons, Hayley Iben, James O'Brien, Erik Demaine, and Jason Cantrella.
||Towards Root Cause Analysis of Internet Routing Dynamics, Matthew Caesar, L. Subramanian, and Randy Katz.
|Session II: Eric Brewer - Chair
||Radiance Caching and Local Geometry
Correction, Arikan Okan, David Forsyth, and James O'Brien.
||Faces and Names in the
News, Tamara Miller, Alexander Berg, Jaety Edwards, Michael Maire, Ryan White, Wee-Whye Teh, Erik Learned-Miller, and David Forsyth.
||An Architecture for
Privacy-Sensitive Ubiquitous Computing, Jason Hong and James
for Low-Income Communities in the California Central Valley, Matthew Kam, Arianna Tibuzzi, and Xinyu Hua
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