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Browse Poster Wiki: 2022 Poster Award Winners, Awards Ceremony (Watch Recording from minute marker 1630), Posters by 2022 HPCC Systems InternsPosters by Academic Partners, Poster Judges, About Virtual Judging, 2022 Poster Contest Home Page, Poster Contest Previous Years

Our intern program, welcomes students on to the HPCC Systems platform team during the summer months to work on HPCC Systems related projects. Our Academic Program (learn more here) supports research projects requiring data analytics and as a result, students working on these projects are also eligible to enter this contest. In fact, any student working on an HPCC Systems related project is welcome to enter this contest, regardless of whether they are an intern, academic partner contributor or any student independently working on a project that uses HPCC Systems.  

Our Technical Poster Contest has been held every year at our Community Day event since 2016. Take a walk down memory lane and look at the variety and of the contributions that have been showcased at our poster contest over the years. The aim of this contest is to give students working on HPCC Systems related projects, an opportunity to present their achievements to a wide audience of HPCC Systems open source community members and LexisNexis Risk Solutions Group employees. 

Our 2022 Poster Contest was held virtually and we thank students and judges for finding time in their busy schedules to view each presenter's poster resources and join the Q and A sessions. Our judges always find it very difficult to choose winners from the submissions since all projects are completed to a very high standard by the dedicated students working on them. Yet winners must be chosen.

Our 2022 Poster Contest Winners were announced during our 2022 HPCC Systems Community Day Summit.

In 2022, our Community Choice Award was again chosen by those who attended our Community Day event and voted for their favourite poster project.

Our judges chose the winners in the following categories:

  • Best Poster - Data Analytics
  • Best Poster - Platform Enhancement
  • Best Poster - Use Case
  • Best Poster - Research

Find out more about our 2022 Judging Panel and the virtual judging process.

About the Students

26 posters were entered into our 2022 Poster Contest, which exceeds our previous total of 18 submitted in 2021.  Students presented from 4 continents:

  • Europe
  • Asia
  • North America
  • South America

The students ranged from high school right through to PhD level and showcased projects covering a wide variety of topics as shown below. Simply click on the poster title to view more details.

Amy Ma
Stoneman Douglas High School FL
Documentation: Data Patterns

Ananya Gupta
Clemson University
Nepali NLP Initiative
2022 Winner of the Best Poster Data Analytics Award

Arun Gaonkar
North Carolina State University
Applying the Causality Toolkit to Real World Datasets

Bruno Moura Valle Costa
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Estimating the Number of Clusters for the K-Means Algorithm

Elizabeth Lorti
Kings College, London
Technology Branding and Marketing

Jack Del Vecchio
Miami University of Ohio
Interfacing MongoDB into ECL

2022 Winner of the Best Poster Platform Enhancement Award

Manoj M
RVCE, India
Underwater Mine Detection

Nathalia Ribas
Federal University of Santa Caterina, Brazil
HPCC Systems Log Monitoring in the Cloud

2022 Winner of the Community Choice Award

Noah Seligson
University of Central Florida
Provide Test Code for Bundles with no Self Test

Pedro Lima Rodrigues
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Feelings Detection in Social Media Posts

Shivam Singhal
University of Oulu, Finland
Improving the HPCC Systems Bundles Document Generator

Shreyasha Joshi
RVCE, India
HPCC Systems and Edge Detection

Shravya Dasu
RVCE, India
Visualization and Determination of the Potabiity of Surface Water

2022 Winner of the Best Poster Research Award

Shrikar Swaroop
RVCE, India
Single Shot Multibox Detection

Swaraj S Somanache
RVCE, India
Concrete Compressive Strength Prediction

Zheyu Shen
Columbia University
Causality Algorithm Development



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