In early March, some members of the Loyola Computer Science Software and Systems Laboratory presented their recent works at the ACM HotMobile 2022 Conference. Taking place in Tempe, Arizona, ACM HotMobile 2022 is an annual conference that aims to explore mobile computing systems and their applications.
Isaac Ahlgren, Jakob Veselsky, Jack West, and Neil Klingensmith presented their works in the form of posters to a crowd of professors, industry leaders, and fellow researchers. Isaac Ahlgren's work focused on bit extraction and how to perform it without the need of time alignment. Jakob Veselsky and Jack West's work focused on Computer Vision and Cryptography, where they were trying to have users establish trust based on shared visual observations of the environment. Reception to these works were warm and established lines of future collaborations.
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