Rapid Fire Research 2018 Competition
Students participated in rapid fire oral presentation sessions that were designed to allow for a succinct overview of research findings. Each rapid fire session was scheduled to allow 4-5 minute individual presentations with use of visual media (no more than 5 slides).
The following guidelines applied:
- Presentations should provide a succinct overview of what how your study was conducted and what was found (ie a brief review of study methods and results). This could include a slide describing purpose, methods, results and conclusion/implications.
- Practice delivery of presentation in order to insure correct timing. The intention of a rapid fire oral session is to provide overview of important research findings in a very specific topic area. The intention is not to speak rapidly, but to speak succinctly.
- Avoid overly “busy” slides that have a lot of wording. Make use of images, graphics, video and other forms of media to demonstrate and explain important aspects of the study.
Paul Devlin, Matt Halom, and Ishfaq Ahmad · University of Dallas · Combining Generic and Supervised Feature Sets to Improve Facial Recognition Accuracy
Hayley Boynton · Texas State University · On the Classification of Graphs Based on Their Rank Numbers
Josephine Reynes · Texas State University · Total Minor Polynomial of Oriented Hypergraphs and Applications
Christian Kondor and Maxim Arnold · University of Texas at Dallas · Distinguishing Sorting Networks Using Third Milnor Invariants
Allison Johnson · Texas State University · A Survey of Recent Statistical and Computational Approaches for Haplotype Assembly