John Hirdt places first at the Association for Computing Machinery Student Research Competition

Junior John Hirdt placed first at the Association for Computing Machinery Student Research Competition sponsored by Microsoft Research. By placing first, he will be going on to the Grand Finals which is an international competition. This will be the second time that his research is featured at the international level, having already been presented at NEMA-7 (an international nuclear physics conference in Belgium).

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