I2S Student Research Symposium (ISRS)
The I2S Student Organization (ISO) is planning their inaugural I2S Student Research Symposium (ISRS). ISRS is an opportunity for graduate students to share their research and ideas with other graduate students and faculty members. Graduate students from all academic backgrounds are invited to submit abstracts for poster presentations of work they have recently published, are in the process of having published, or are works-in-progress. Submission deadline: February 17th.
I2S Student Research Symposium
March 3rd, 2023
There will be a limited number of in-person presentations held during the week. Additional event details will be posted on this page throughout January.
- Registration Deadline to Present: 11:59PM, February 17th
- Keynote Speaker: Netflix Director of Engineering, Bruce Wang
Organizers: Babak Badnava, Yousif Dafalla, and Amin Mamandipoor
In-Person Event Plan to be held in Nichols Hall, Apollo Auditorium:
Track 1: Apollo Auditorium
Track 2: Nichols 246 Exec. Conf.
|Breakfast & Registration|
|9:00 AM||Opening remarks by Dr. Perry Alexander (Director of I2S)|
|9:30 AM||LoneNeuron: a Highly-effective Feature-domain Neural Trojan using Invisible and Polymorphic Watermarks||Zeyan Liu||MetaLLM: Residue-wise Metal ion Prediction Using Deep Transformer Model||Fairuz Shadmani Shishir|
|9:50 AM||IoTPrivComp: A Measurement Study of Privacy Compliance in IoT Apps||Javaria Ahmad||Counterfactual Prediction under Selective Confounding||Sohaib Kiani|
|10:10 AM||Trojan Resilient Computing in COTS Processors under Zero Trust||Mahmudul Hasan||EchoViT: Vision Transformers for Echogram layer tracking||Oluwanisola Ibikunle|
|10:40 AM||Energy Efficient Deadline-Aware Task Offloading: A Multi-User Multi-Channel Bandit Approach||Babak Badnava||Attacking the Protections under Zero Trust Model||Tanvir Hossain|
|11:00 AM||Joint Optimization for Delay-Phase Precoding in Wideband THz Massive MIMO Systems||Dang Qua Nguyen||Assessing the Effectiveness of Binary-Level CFI Techniques||Ruturaj Kiran Vaidya|
|11:20 AM||Frequency-hopping Pattern Designs in 5G NR Channels||Wai Ming Chan||A Hierarchical Bloom Filter-based Framework for Scalable Authentication and Tracking of ICs||Md Mashfiq Rizvee|
|11:40 AM||Physically Realizable Multi-User Radar/Communications (MURC)||Alfred Fontes||Near-Memory Processing of Upper-Layer Network Protocols||Amin Mamandipoor|
|1:00 PM||Keynote: (Bruce Wang, Engineering Director Netflix)|
|1:45 PM||The Invisible Polyjuice Potion: an Effective Physical Adversarial Attack against Face Recognition||Ye Wang||Reconfigurable Design of Battery Energy Storage Systems: From Architecture to Control||Amir Farakhor|
|2:05 PM||Multiobjective Optimization Method for Quadrilateral Mesh Quality Improvement and Untangling||Moein Moradi||Integrating Physics-Based Modeling with Machine Learning for Lithium-Ion Batteries||Hao Tu|
|2:25 PM||Integrated Framework for Combating Challenges Posed by Large-Scale and Small-Scale Distributed Energy Resources in Electricity Markets using Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning||Amin Shojaeighadikolaei||Model Predictive Inferential Control of Neural Network Dynamics for Autonomous Vehicle Motion Planning||Iman Askari|
|2:45 PM||Closing Remarks & Prizes|
|3:00 PM||Games/ Socializing in Atrium (for those who wish to stay)|
Bruce has been an engineering leader for 16+ years, and currently an Engineering Director at Netflix, leading API Systems. The team maintains a unified abstraction and aggregation layer over disparate Netflix mid-tier systems, enabling device teams to build innovative user experiences through a consistent API layer. On the consumer side they enable signup, content discovery, and partner experiences on 1000+ device types, and on the Enterprise/Studio side, they maintain a federated GraphQL service that powers dozens of internal applications that enable Netflix’s global studio functions. Prior to that, he was the Sr Director of Eng at Shippo, VPE at Packet (now Equinix Metal) and CTO, Co-founder or Eng Leader at various startups and enterprises. He is also a serious foodie and resides in San Francisco with his spouse and two daughters.
ISRS Track 1 Presentations
ISRS Track 2 Presentations
Awards: Accepted projects or presentations will be evaluated by I2S faculty researchers and will be eligible for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes.