Graduate students represent CS at Tufts Ignite event

The Computer Science department was well-represented at the November 10th Tufts Ignite event. Tufts Ignite is an annual event hosted by the Graduate Student Council where graduate students give a 5 minute presentation in an Ignite-style talk (15 slides that auto-advance every 20 seconds). This year, 7 of the 12 presenters were from the CS department. Presentations are judged on clarity, creativity, methodology, and broader impact. This year, CS grad students Jason R. Wilson and Micheal Shah won 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. Karl Cronburg, Matthew Ahrens, Daniel Kasenberg, Tom WIlliams, and Andrew Valenti also presented. The Department of Computer Science congratulates all participants of the event!"