Ward Prize Presentations - Tuesday, May 17

Computer Science Colloquium

Ward Prize Presentations

Tuesday, May 17 1:30-3:00pm

Wege, TCL 123

A presentation by students nominated for the 2022 Rich Ward Prize for Best Student Project in Computer Science. CS colloquium credit will be awarded for attending.

Featuring:

Jonathan Gellar – “Baba is You is Undecidable” & “Minimizing Inconvenience in Fair Housing Exchange Markets”

Elias Lindgren and Jackson Bibbens – “Cross Country Scoring: An Application of Social Choice Theory”

Rachel Nguyen & Jacob Chen – “Adapting Algorithms for Consistent and Mixed Preferences to General Preferences in Three-Sided Matching Markets”

Sam Kilcoyne & Eva Borton – “Simulated Committee Selection with Different Multiwinner Voting Rules and Voter Distributions”

Sasha Shashkov – “Happy-go-lucky: causal models for examining tweet sentiment, vaccine lotteries, and vaccination rates”

Alex Han & Jules Walzer-Goldfeld – “A Computational Assessment of Gerrymandering Fairness”