The Grace Hopper Conference includes a Ph.D. Forum that showcases the research of current Ph.D. students, with the additional goal of providing support and mentoring. This year we had three sessions with a total of 10 presentations. I was co-chair of the Ph.D. Forum, so perhaps I'm not an unbiased reporter, but I was incredibly impressed with the quality of the six presentations I saw. The sessions were very well attended, and audience members asked great questions. In addition, the audience filled out evaluation forms for each presenter, providing feedback on her presentation. So here's a list of up-and-coming CS researchers--keep an eye out for these women!
Samira M. Khan (University of Texas at San Antonio), Intelligent Cache Management for Reducing Memory System Waste
Ting-Fang Yen (Carnegie Mellon University), Detecting Stealthy Malware Using Behavioral Features in Network Traffic
Lile Hattori (University of Lugano), Change-Centric Suport for Team Collaboration
Gabrielle A. Anderson (University of Southampton), Behavioural Properties and Dynamic Software Update for Concurrent Programs
Cindy Rubio-González (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Finding Error-Handling Bugs in Systems Code Using Static Analysis
Yasaman Haghpanah (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), A Trust and Reputation Model for Supply Chain Management
Karen Tanenbaum (Simon Fraser University), User Perceptions of Adaptivity in Ubiquitous Systems: A Critical Exploration
Alana Platt (Illinois Institute of Technology), Using Social Network Messages to Monitor Evolving Topics
Anna M. Ritz (Brown University), Algorithms for Identifying Structural Variants in Human Genomes
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