Computer Science Postgraduate Workshop 2018
Maynooth University Department of Computer Science
Venue: Hamilton Institute Seminar Room, Eolas Building.
10:30 - 11:30
Session I (Chair: Stephen Brown)
The delusion of progress in Computer Science
So You Need A Concurrent Hash Table...
Simulation of LoRaWAN Class B in ns-3
Measuring Chinese Character Discriminability Using a Saccade Latency Metric
11:30 - 12:00
Session II (Chair: Charles Markham)
Anxiety when programming : does it exist?
Security Analysis of the First Phase Mask in Double Random Phase Encryption
Novel Video Based Driving Simulators Synchronised with Physiological Data Recorders
Classification of digital holograms with deep learning and hand-crafted features
Session III (Chair: Kevin Casey)
Dense Collaborative Mapping with RGB-D Sensors
VisTex: An Investigation on the Role of Visual and Textual Programming Languages when Learning to Program
MULE – Maynooth University Learning Environment: A learning analytics environment for computer science education
EyeMap2 - Redeveloping a Web Application for Eye Tracking Data Analysis
Emlyn Hegarty Kelly
Deep-SLAM: Utilising Deep Learning for Predictive 3D Mapping
15:30 - 16:00
16:00 - 17:15
Session IV (Chair: John Keating)
Optical Neural Networks with Modern Features
Optimal Attentional Modulation
Escaping the Book. Investigating Humanities-based Visualisations to Promote Comprehension in Digital Research Environments.
Shane A. McGarry
Using traditional glass plate holograms to study visual perception of future digital holographic displays
Taina M. Lehtimäki
Programming: Predicting Student Success Early in CS1. A Re-validation and Replication Study
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