|Alex Connor, an undergraduate student in the Department of Computer Science and a member of the ADMT Lab, is one of the five winners of the ACM SIGMOD 2008 Undergraduate Poster Competition, and the only one from North America. His poster entry was entitled Fast Nearest Neighbor Queries in Real-Time Weighted Graphs. Congratulations Alex! !a>|
[News] Congratulations to Alex Connor for being one of the five winners of the SIGMOD 2008 undergraduate poster competition
[News] Dr. Panos Chrysanthis gives keynote talk at International Workshop on Data and Services Management in Mobile Environments
|Dr. Panos Chrysanthis gave the keynote talk at 1st International Workshop on Data and Services Management in Mobile Environments (DSM2E), that was held on April 7, 2008, in Cancun, Mexico. The DSM2E workshop was held together with the 24th International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE'08).|
|Qinglan Li, a graduate student in the ADMT Lab, has been awarded an Andrew Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship for the 2008-2009 academic year. Only two students received a fellowship from the Department of Computer Science this year. Congratulations Qinglan!|
[News] Congratulations to Shenoda Guirguis for winning the graduate poster competition during CS Day!
|Shenoda Guirguis, a graduate student in the ADMT Lab, is the winner of the Graduate Poster Competition during Computer Science Day 2008. His poster, entitled "Who will get the pizza first" explained the work behind our SMDB 2008 paper, entitled ASETS: A Self-Managing Transaction Scheduler. Congratulations Shenoda!|
|New recognition for Prof. Panos K. Chrysanthis: Panos is among the new 98 ACM Senior Members of 2007. In 2006, he was elected IEEE Senior member. Congratulations Panos!|
|ADMT Lab's Co-Director Prof. Alexandros Labrinidis describes his Innovation in Education Award project named: "Virtual WebDB Laboratory" in the September 2007 issue of the Teaching Times (University of Pittsburgh). The awards program was established in 1999-2000 to support leading-edge approaches to teaching.|
|In 1966, Orrin Taulbee founded Pittâ€™s Department of Computer Science and served as its chair until 1984â€”an amazingly long time to hold that position. In October 1989, the four sons of Dr. Taulbee initiated this award in memory and honor of their parents.|
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