Annual CERF poster winners announced
Big thanks to everybody who participated in the CERF meeting!
We had 34 posters presented by students and researchers in 4 sessions throughout the day. The CERF affiliates voted on the posters. Congratulations to the top 5 winners!
1st Place: Chris Taylor, GRAPh Probability for Logic Locking Evaluation (GRAPPLLE)
2nd Place: Katrina Guido, Wireless, Batteryless Brain Implants
3rd Place: Mike Kines, Scalable and Adaptive Trusted Transceivers
4th Place: Daniel Ospina Acero, Exploiting Sparsity in Adaptive Relevance Vector Machine for Sensor Reconfiguration in Adaptive Electrical Capacitance Volume Tomography
5th Place: Gus Fragasse, ROIC Development Platform for Mid-wave Infrared Detectors Operating in both Photocurrent and Open Circuit Voltage (VocP) Sensing Modes