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Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)

Declarative Programming and Its Applications

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January 2015

REU Symposium

Marcus Pettersson's research work on developing a solver for a logic programming language Alog, which allows aggregates with simple yet natural semantics, has been accepted for oral presentation by the National Conference on Undergraduate Research by Council of Undergraduate Research which will be held in Spokane, Washington in April 2015.

REU Symposium

Graham Haug and Alex Gain's work on designing the architecture of intelligent agents has been accepted for oral presentation by the National Conference on Undergraduate Research by Council of Undergraduate Research which will be held in Spokane, Washington in April 2015.

October 2014

REU Symposium

REU Symposium by Council of Undergraduate Research. David, Julia and Fatima's research on applying knowledge representation methods to automate the application of clinical practice guidelines to patients with multimorbidities was nominated by our REU site and was accepted by the REU symposium. Each REU site is allowed to nominate only one project. Only about 2/3 of the nominations were accepted. David and Julia attended the symposium at Washington D. C. in October 2015. 

Graham Haug

Graham Haug participated in the 2014 University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Sciences Research Conference, presenting "Expanding Design Architecture of Intentional Agents with Triggers to Allow Reactions to Dynamic Environments" which he, Alex Gain, Dr. Michael Gelfond and Dr. Yuanlin Zhang worked on during the 2014 Texas Tech REU in Declarative Programming. This was a university-level research conference with more than 500 presenters. Judged on presentation, scientific impact, and poster clarity, their work and poster received distinction within the category of Undergraduate Computer Science.

September 2014

David Charles

David Charles obtained funding from McMurry University to support his travel to present his research work in the REU symposium held at Washington D. C. in October 2015.