Four students at the Cheriton School of Computer Science are recipients of the Computing Research Association’s 2022 Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Awards. The annual CRA awards program recognizes undergraduate students from universities across North America who have distinguished themselves by conducting exceptional research in an area of computer science.
Nicholas Vadivelu was one of four undergraduates in the runner-up category, Kelvin Jiang was among the finalists, and Sourav Biswas and Vikram Subramanian each received an honourable mention for their research.
“Congratulations to Nicholas, Kelvin, Sourav and Vikram on receiving these recognitions from the Computing Research Association,” said Raouf Boutaba, Professor and Director of the Cheriton School of Computer Science. “It’s wonderful that four of our undergraduates have been recognized among the top computer science research-oriented students attending universities across Canada and the United States.”
The Computing Research Association is supported by Microsoft Research and Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, which sponsor the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award program in alternate years. This year, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs sponsored CRA’s Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Awards.
Read more in the feature article from the Cheriton School of Computer Science.