Oxford Computer Science Conference – Winners announced
Posted: 10th June 2016
Congratulations to the everyone involved in today’s Oxford Computer Science Conference.
Especially to William Rathje who was awarded best presentation for 'On the Fly Construction of Perceptually Uniform Color Spaces from User Surveys'. Best abstract went to Meredydd Williams for 'The Privacy Paradox and the Internet-of-Things', and Nathalie Cauchi who received best poster for ‘Modelling Smart Buildings Dynamics’.
The Oxford Computer Science Conference is a forum for department members to gain experience with the all-important practice of research community participation. Established in 2004, the Conference was originally held biennially and has since become an annual event.
Further information: http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/conferences/OXFORD-CS-2016/index.html