Sketch Recognition Lab students win during Student Research Week

Four research members of the Sketch Recognition Lab won the poster and oral competitions in Texas A&M's 15th annual Student Research Week (SRW) celebration held on-campus in Rudder Tower the week of March 19.

Lab members honored were David Turner, a sophomore in computer engineering, who won Photo of David Turner, George Lucchese, Stephanie Valentine, and Sarin Regmifirst place in the oral presentation subject area of Math, Statistics, Computer Science; Sarin Regmi, a senior majoring in computer engineering, for his second-place win in the Math, Statistics, Computer Science poster event; George Lucchese, a Master of Science student in computer science, who won first place in the graduate poster event in the subject area of Math, Statistics, Computer Science; and Ph.D. student Stephanie Valentine, who tied for second place in the Engineering, Architecture graduate oral presentation. (Pictured left to right, David Turner, George Lucchese, Stephanie Valentine, and Sarin Regmi)

SRW supports hundreds of students at the graduate and undergraduate levels who represent all academic colleges. It showcases student research and honors excellence in research giving cash prizes and a huge value booster to a student's career.

SRW is one of the primary events held by the Graduate Student Council n conjunction with the Office of Graduate Studies, Vice President for Research, Department of Student Life, and Undergraduate Programs & Academic Services, academic colleges, administrators, faculty, and staff. It is run entirely by graduate students.

The Sketch Recognition Lab is under the direction of Dr. Tracy Hammond, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in the Dwight Look College of Engineering.