Academic and Career News
Professor Pedersen Presents Paper
Ted Pedersen, professor, Department of Computer Science, co-authored a paper presented at the Annual Symposium of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), which took place in Washington, D.C., in November. The title of the paper is "U-path: An undirected path-based measure of semantic similarity." One of his co-authors is UMD alumna Bridget McInnes, who is now an assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. The other co-authors include Genevieve Melton, University of Minnesota Medical School, Serguei Pakhomov, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, and Ying Liu, The Advisory Board Company.Author: cfordComments
UMD Computer Science students win DKC3, DigiKey's Collegiate Computing Competition 2014!
Three UMD CS students, Jonathan Beaulieu, Bridget Coughlin, and Scott Redig, formed the team Pointless Pointer and competed against twenty-three other teams from around the area. For the first time in the competition's history, two teams tied for first place after the word, short, and long problem sections: UMD and Bemidji State University. UMD scored very well on the tie-breaker problem to win the competition.