Two Students Win First Prize at I/ITSEC Future Leaders Pavilion
Alex Fang '19 and Tyler Liu '18 presented at the I/ITSE Conference in Orlando, the largest conference on the modeling, simulation and training industry in the US.
Two La Salle College High School students, Alex Fang '19 and Tyler Liu '18, presented their paper titled "A Performance Survey on Stack-based and Register-based Virtual Machines," at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) held in Orlando, Florida last week. After going through a sequence of judgements and a presentation, their paper won the first prize of I/ITSEC's Future Leaders Pavilion.
The paper was also submitted to and accepted by arXiv.org, an e-print repository of scientific papers administrated by Cornell University Library. ArXiv, originally created as a Physics e-print collective by Los Alamos National Laboratory, is viewed as the most prominent e-print collective in areas related to Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics, with over 8000 paper submissions each month. The paper can be viewed at https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.00467.
The I/ITSE Conference is held each year at Orlando, Florida at the end of November. Being the largest conference on the modeling, simulation and training industry, the I/ITSEC combines a strong military-oriented focus with the approach of presenting cutting-edge technology. Each year, various companies such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Rockwell Collins and related individuals from technology firms and armed forces around the globe take part in this 4-day conference. Various peer-reviewed papers related to Computer/Information Science, Psychology, and the general area of training and simulation get presented and judged.
To learn more about the I/ITSE Conference, visit http://www.iitsec.org .
Visit https://github.com/Conceptual-Inertia/Presentations/raw/master/APSSRVM_Presentation.pdf for the official presentation of the paper A Performance Survey on Stack-based and Register-based Virtual Machines and https://arxiv.org/pdf/1611.00467v1.pdf for the public version of the paper.