Student posters

Monday afternoon (August 19) is reserved for a student poster session.

We invite all summer school participants to bring a poster presenting their current research or thesis project.

There is no constraints on posters sizes. Multimedia presentations of participants work (e.g. animations) are also welcome (please let us know in advance if you plan a multimedia presentation).

In any case please send an email to Else Magård (madalgo@madalgo.au.dk)  with the topic of your poster / presentation. If you include the poster/presentation in your email we will upload it to the webside below.

REMEMBER: It is important that you bring a PAPER VERSION of your poster to be presented at the summer school and you will also be responsible for mounting it. We will provide walls, pins etc. ready for you to mount.

Andrea Farruggia, University of Pisa, 'Bitcriteria LZ77 Compression'
Benjamin Niedermann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, 'Algorithmic Cartography – Labeling'
Casper Kejlberg-Rasmussen, Aarhus University, 'I/O-Efficient Dynamic Planar Range Skyline Queries'
Darius Šidlauskas, Aarhus University, 'Processing of Extreme Moving-Object Update and Query Workloads in Main Memory'
Michael T. Goodrich and Paul Goodrich, University of California, Irvine and University of Chicago 'Answering Queries Using a Time Machine'
Jesper Asbjørn Sindahl Nielsen, Aarhus University 'Integer Sorting'
Jakob Truelsen and Jungwoo Yang, Aarhus University 'Simplification of Planar Decomposition'
Hsin-Hao Su, University of Michigan and MADALGO, 'Distributed Algorithms for the Lovász Local Lemma and Graph Coloring'
Martin Wimmer, Vienna University of Technology, 'Work-stealing with Configurable Scheduling Strategies'
Pablo Montes Arango, Stony Brook University, 'Don't Thrash: How to Cache Your Hash on Flash'
Konstantina Makrynioti, Athens University of Economics and Business, 'Supervised Sentiment Extraction from Greek tweets'
Patrick Hagge Cording and Søren Vind, Technical University of Denmark, 'Fingerprints in Compressed Strings'
Sebastian Krinninger, University of Vienna, 'Partially dynamic approximate shortest paths in unweighted, undirected graphs'
Veronika Loitzenbauer, University of Vienna, 'Ad Exchange: General Envy-free Auctions with Mediators'
Zhewei Wei, Aarhus University, 'Indexing for Summary Queries: Theory and Practice'
Hajira Jabeen, Iqra University, 'Advancements in Genetic Programming for Data Classification'
Maksym Zavershynskyi, Università della Svizzera italiana, 'Constructing Higher-Order Voronoi Diagrams of Polygonal Objects'

The following posters will be available at poster session:

Title: Mimicking Networks
Name: Mathias Bæk Tejs Knudsen
Affiliation: DIKU

Title: Dynamic Traceroute Visualization at Multiple Abstraction Levels
Name: Marco Di Bartolomeo
Affiliation: Roma Tre University

Title: Packing and Covering of Polygons with Geodesic Disks
Name: Ivo Vigan
Affiliation: CUNY