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ICML2009 Student Poster Program

We are delighted this year to be able to support an extensive student scholarship program. Each student received Registration and Travel support. This program has been made possible by the very generous support of the National Science Foundation (NSF), with additional support from our sponsors.

The following student scholarship recipients will be presenting posters based on conference papers (see schedule for titles and assignment to Tuesday or Wednesday poster sessions):

Amr Ahmed
David Andrzejewski
Bodla Rakesh Babu
Abdeslam Boularias
Jianhui Chen
Chih-Chieh Cheng
Weiwei Cheng
Youngmin Cho
Meghana Deodhar
Marc Deisenroth
Lixin Duan
Eduardo Gomes
Laurent Jacob
Stefanie Jegelka
Jonathan Huang
Tzu-Kuo Huang
Jens Huhn
Prateek Jain
Shuiwang Ji
Hetunandan Kamisetty
Nikos Karampatziakis
Yanyan Lan Yu-Feng Li
Andre Martins
Brian McFee
Frederic de Mesmay
Gerhard Neumann
Vincent Nguyen
Wei Pan
Jason Pazis
Jonas Peters
Arpad Rimmel
Sushmita Roy
Nino Shervashidze
Liang Sun
Ilya Sutskever
Gavin Taylor
Maksims Volkovs
Liu Yang
Xiao-Tong Yuan
Yisong Yue
De-Chuan Zhan
Jinfeng Zhuang

The following student scholarship recipients will present posters describing their research:

Tuesday Poster Session, 6:45 p.m - 11:00 p.m.

Todd Hester: An Empirical Comparison of Abstraction in Models of Markov Decision Processes [Discussion]

Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan: Integrating Value Function-Based and Policy Search Methods for Sequential Decision Making [Discussion]

George Kondaris: Value Function Approximation using the Fourier Basis [Discussion]

James MacGlashan: Hierarchical Skill Learning for High-Level Planning [Discussion]

Don Miner: Learning Non-Explicit Control Parameters of Self-Organizing Systems [Discussion]

Wednesday Poster Session, 6:45 p.m - 11:00 p.m.

Christopher Painter-Wakefield: [Discussion]

Marc Pickett: Unsupervised Formation of Invariant Concepts from Unstructured Data [Discussion]

Patricia Ordonez Rozo: Multivariate Time Series Analysis of Physiological and Clinical Data [Discussion]

Alicia Wolfe: Finding Equivalences Among Abstract Actions [Discussion]