Computer science professor wins best research paper at software engineering meet
Southern University computer science professor Nigel Gwee recently won the Best Research Paper Award at the third International Software Engineering & Applications Conference, held November 19-20 in Singapore.
The Global Science and Technology Forum organized the conference.
Gwee's paper was titled "Terpsichore©: From NP-Complete Problem to Multimedia Software." In it, he discussed the research for his computer software Terpsichore©, and was judged on originality, technical content, and presentation.
Earlier this year, he demonstrated his software at the inaugural meeting of the National Academy of Inventors Conference in Tampa, Fla.
His article "Software Copyright: A Programmer's Perspective" will appear in a forthcoming issue of Technology and Innovation, Vol. 14, No. 3.
The Global Science and Technology Forum or GSTF is an organization that enables an inter-disciplinary intellectual convergence of the leading think tanks, scientists, researchers, academia and industry professionals in Asia Pacific to interact with their international counterparts through knowledge sharing and active collaboration.