Chess SUPERB-IT, 2006

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Chess Center: 337 Cory Hall

CHESS-sponsored participants in the SUPERB Program.
L-R (Back, Student Researchers) Dominique Duncan, Heather Taylor, Nandita Mitra, Nashlie Sephus
L-R (Front, Mentors) Alexandr Kurzhanskiy, Elaine Cheong, Saurabh Amin, Todd Templeton

The Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems (CHESS) proudly sponsored Dominique Duncan (University of Chicago), Nandita Mitra (Rutgers University), Nashlie Sephus (Mississippi State University) and Heather Taylor (University of Vermont), four undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds and cultures, in the Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research at Berkeley (SUPERB-IT).

These students worked with individual mentors throughout the summer of 2006 performing research and supporting activities in the area of hybrid and embedded systems. The mentors for the summer were Saurabh Amin, Elaine Cheong, Alex Kurzhanskiy, and Todd Templeton.

Each student performed an individual project, culminating in a research paper and poster presentation. You can see previous SUPERB students and projects at their webpages (Chess SUPERB-IT 2005, Chess SUPERB-IT 2004, and Chess SUPERB-IT 2003).

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