2014 SRC Program Winners:
(Gold Medal): Interpreting Energy Profiles with CEGAR, Steven
te Brinke, University of Twente, Netherlands
(Silver Medal): Mechanisms to Ensure Quality of Service for the
Internet of Things, Rafael Perazzo Barbosa Mota, University of
Sao Paulo, Brazil
(Bronze Medal): Android Malware Detection based on Kullback-Leibler
Divergence, Vanessa N. Cooper, Kennesaw State University, USA
list of SRC Contributions
#1: Posters Exhibit (Tuesday March 25, 2014, 2:30pm - 5:30pm):
posters will be judged by the SRC committee listed below. The
five top posters will proceed to the second round for oral presentations.
All participants will receive SIGAPP Certificate of Participation.
#2: Oral Presentations (Wednesday March 26, 2013 2:30pm - 4:00pm):
All five PowerPoint
presentations will be judged by the SRC committee to select the
top three winners. All five participants will be invited to the
Banquet. The top three winners will be announced at the Banquet
where they receive ACM SRC medals (Gold, Silver, Bronze) and cash
prizes ($500, $300, $200).
Student Research Competition (SRC) program, sponsored by Microsoft
Research, is a newly added program to the ACM SIGAPP Symposium
on Applied Computing (SAC). The SAC 2014 SRC program provides graduate
students the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with researchers
and practitioners in their areas of interest. Active graduate students
seeking feedback from the scientific community on their research
ideas are invited to submit abstracts of their original unpublished
and in-progress research work in areas of experimental computing
and application development related to SAC 2014 Tracks.
program is open for graduate students currently enrolled in University
or College and have active ACM and SIGAPP student membership.
must be authored by students only. Faculty advisor(s) cannot be
listed as authors on the submission or on the final poster presentation.
No group projects are allowed.
The work must
not be submitted to any another SRC program, journal or conference
while it is under consideration for SAC 2014 SRC Program.
abstracts must be submitted to their respective SAC tracks through
the START submission system. The abstracts are reviewed by reviewers
who review paper submissions to that track. The Track Chairs (TCs)
manage the review process. Upon the review results, The SRC Coordinator
and Program Chairs select the best 15 abstracts and invite their
authors to participate in SAC 2014.
author receives $500 from ACM's SRC Program toward travel expenses
such as Conference registration; Transportation expenses (air,
rail, bus, taxi, car service, car rental, parking); Meals; Hotel
rooms; Tips; Supplies for poster development; and Poster shipment,
etc. In addition, invited authors are eligible to apply for the
SIGAPP's Student Travel Award Program (STAP) for additional funding
to cover travel expenses. For more information about SIGAPP's
travel awards, please visit http://www.sigapp.org/stawards.html
requires conference registration at the student rate, using the
registration type "SRC Student Author".
A judging panel
will evaluate the poster displays and then the oral (PowerPoint)
presentations during the second round of judging:
Judging all displayed posters to select the top five posters.
Round #2: Judging the five presentations to select the top three
winners for medals and cash prizes. All five presenters will be
invited to SAC Banquet where the finalists are announced.
At the Banquet
(on Thursday), the top three winners will be recognized and presented
with award medals. The cash prizes are paid directly by ACM after
the conference (First place $500; Second place $300; and Third place
more details, please see SAC 2014 Call
for Student Research Abstracts and the SRC
- Poster materials
should be displayed on a 48 inch (121.92 cm) High x 36 inch (91.44 cm)
poster board, including diagrams, graphs, data, pictures and text
may be mounted. Thumbtacks and poster board will be provided for
mounting materials. No audiovisual equipment is available. Poster
authors may make preprints of their papers available to participants.
- The poster content should be clearly divided into sections including
introduction, problem definition, work summary, results, and conclusion.
- The poster content (text and illustrations)
should be readable from a distance of at least 5 feet. All illustrations
should be properly titled.
- A heading label including the title, author
name(s), and the primary author(s) address should be included
at the top of the poster board.
- The entire size of the poster material(s) is
limited to the dimension (48"H x 36"W).
Point Preparation Guidelines:
and Oral Presentations Schedule:
- Total presentation
time is 15 minutes.
- Prepare a Power
Point slides for about 10 minutes presentation.
- Allow A/Q session
for 5 minutes.
- Posters Exhibit:
Tuesday March 25, 2014, 2:30pm - 5:30pm.
- Oral Presentations:
Wednesday March 26, 2014, 2:30pm - 4:00pm.
- Barrett R.
Bryant, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, USA
- Hisham M.
Haddad, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia, USA (SRC
- Jiman Hong,
Soongsil University, Seoul, Korea
Hung, Southern Polytechnic State University, Marietta, Georgia,
- Sascha Ossowski,
University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain
- Sung Y. Shin,
South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota, USA
- Roger L.
Wainwright, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Submission: September 13, 2013
SRC Author Notification: November 20, 2013
Poster Presentations: March 25, 2014, 2:30pm - 5:30pm.
Oral Presentations: March 26, 2014, 2:30pm - 4:00pm.
questions, please contact the Program Coordinator:
Research Competition (SRC) Coordinator
Dr. Hisham M. Haddad
Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, Georgia, USA