Rih-Teng Wu receives best student paper award at ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference, Fu-Chen Chen named finalist
Rih-Teng Wu, a PhD candidate from Smart Informatix Laboratory directed by Assistant Professor Mohammad Jahanshahi, received the best student paper award by the Structural Control and Health Monitoring Committee at ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) conference which was held at Caltech, Pasadena, CA on June 18-21, 2019. The title of Rih-Teng's paper is "Pruning Deep Convolutional Neural Networks for Efficient Edge Computing in Structural Health Monitoring."
Fu-Chen Chen, another PhD candidate from Smart Informatix Laboratory, was also elected among the top four finalists of this student paper competition. The title of Fu-Chen’s paper is "Automated Decision Support for Flood Risk Mitigation Using Google Street View Images."
Rih-Teng Wu, pictured first from right