Hyungsin Kim received First Prize at CHI 2011 Student Research Competition

Hyungsin Kim won the first prize at ACM CHI 2011 Conference Student Research Competition (SRC) last week in Vancouver.

Here is the list of winners at ACM’s SRC list. http://src.acm.org/winners.html

She has received a gold medal, and was recognized at the closing session (even though they did not pronounce her name right). Here is the link for the paper, and the poster. Here is the Bib data about the ClockReader project.

As a winner, she will receive will receive an award plaque, $500 prize and two-year complimentary ACM membership with a subscription to ACM’s Digital Library. She will be eligible to compete in the ACM-wide Grand Finals of Student Research Competition where the winners of several ACM conferences compete for more prizes and recognition.

The CHI SRC winners are invited, along with their research advisors, to the annual ACM Awards Banquet to be recognized for their accomplishments. The Awards Banquet is where the Turing Award (the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for computing) and ACM’s other prestigious award winners are honored.

http://chi2011.org/authors/src/index.html

(FYI SRC in CHI started CHI2007)



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