The poster presentations of MInDS@Mines Students at 2022 Annual C-MAPP Event

Thu Feb 10, 2022

Nine MInDS@Mines students presented their researches to industry leaders at the annual Computing-Mines Affiliates Partnership Program (C-MAPP) event held in Friedhoff Hall of Colorado School of Mines.

The MInDS@Mines students who presented at C-MAPP this year are:

The C-MAPP event provided an opportunity to network the MInDS@Mines team with industry members and new computer science students. The presentation posters of MInDS@Mines students include:

Xiangyu Li presented 'Adaptive Principal Component Analysis'

Noor Malik presented 'Sparse plus Low-Rank PPI Prediction Solved via Distributed ADMM'

Armand Ovanessians presented 'Unveiling Hidden Viral-Host Protein Interactions in COVID-19 for Drug Discovery'

Hoon Seo presented 'A Linear Primal-Dual Multi-Instance SVM for Big Data Classification'

Zhennan Shi presented 'Understanding the Development of Drosophila via Learning Multi-Instance Enhanced Gene Image Representations'

Stephen Thoemmes presented 'Proteome-Wide Association Study: Enhanced Linking of Genes and Phenotypes with Machine Learning'

Jonathan Woolf presented 'Exploring Multiclass Natural Language Processing with a Primal-Dual Multi-Instance SVM'

Tianfei Xu presented 'Image Annotations via Instance-Enhanced Holistic Image Representations'