SIGCSE TS 2021 ACM SRC Schedule

Monday, March 15 - 4:00 PM (ET)

ACM SRC: ACM Student Research Competition - First Round

Monday, March 15 / 4:00 PM (ET) - 6:45 PM (ET) Eye: Program Visualizer for CS2
Aman Bansal (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay); Preey Shah (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay); Sahil Shah (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay)

Deep Neural Networks for Predicting Students' Performance
Aya Nabil (Faculty of Computers and Information); Mohammed Seyam (Faculty of Computers and Information); Ahmed Abou-Elfetouh (Faculty of Computers and Information)

U-Net based Active Learning Framework for Enhancing Cancer Immunotherapy
Vishwanshi Joshi (Marshall University)

Making Proof Quest Effective for An Automated Prover
Nicodemus Msafiri John Mbwambo (Clemson University )

Evaluating ML Recommender Systems without Interactions Data
Luke Kurlandski (The College of New Jersey)

Text Classification for AI Education
Tejal Reddy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Randi Williams (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Cynthia Breazeal (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

How to Train Your Robot: Project-Based AI and Ethics Education for Middle School Classrooms
Randi Williams (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Generating Hints for Programming Problems Without a Solution
Victor Suciu (University of Washington Bothell); Isabel Giang (University of Washington Bothell); Bill Zhao (University of Washington Bothell); Jessica Runandy (University of Washington Bothell); Mitchell Dang (University of Washington Bothell)

Predicting Direction of Supernova Events Through the Use of Convolutional Neural Networks
Tamik Zamaev (British Columbia Institute of Technology); Muhammad Zubair (British Columbia Institute of Technology); Alex Peng (British Columbia Institute of Technology); Barry Pointon (British Columbia Institute of Technology); Michał Aibin (British Columbia Institute of Technology)

ANTIE: The Activism Chatbot
Cristina Lopez (Georgetown University); Amanda Richardson (North Carolina State University); Katherine Marsh (North Carolina State University); Lauren Alvarez (North Carolina State University)

Determining Social Factors Predictive of Success in Computer Science Students
Jason Kiesling (University of Massachusetts Lowell); Fred Martin (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

TrustedAP: Using the Ethereum Blockchain to Mitigate the Evil Twin Attack
Phil Fox (SUNY University at Buffalo)

Using Failing Test Cases to Semi-automate Feedback for Beginner Programmers
Florencia Miranda (Universidad de Chile)

Exploring the Impact of Exposing Coding Interview Practices to Early CS majors
Myles Lewis (Morgan State University); Ayomide Ajayi (Morgan State University); Quinlan Kimble-Brown (Morgan State University); Briana Williams (Morgan State University)

Toward Formal Verification of a Map Copy Method
Sarah Blankenship (Clemson University)

Dynamic Malware Analysis: Contrast between Physical and Virtual Environment
Betsy Nazareno (Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral); Iván Torres (Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral); José Jaramillo (Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral)

A Quantitative Analysis of Student Solutions to Graph Database Queries
Mei Chen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Seth Poulsen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Ridha Alkhabaz (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Abdussalam Alawini (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

COVID-19 Mental Health AI and Robot Assistant
Sumya Hoque (CUNY-Borough of Manhattan Community College); Mohammad Azhar (CUNY-Borough Of Manhattan Community College); Stacey Rodriguez (CUNY-Borough Of Manhattan Community College)

Demystifying Distributed Systems with a Storytelling Method
Hongyi Li (New York University Shanghai); Olivier Marin (New York University Shanghai)

Toward Computer-Aided Assessment of Textual Exercises in Very Large Courses
Jan Philip Bernius (Technical University of Munich)

Thursday, March 18 - 4:00 PM (ET)

ACM SRC: ACM Student Research Competition - Second Round

Thursday, March 18 / 4:00 PM (ET) - 6:45 PM (ET)