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Computer Science Student to Present at Major Conference

By: Sherry Squires   Published 8:15 am / February 6, 2013

James Kress, a senior computer science major, will present a paper titled “A novel graphical user interface for high-efficacy modeling of human perceptual similarity opinions” at the prestigious SPIE Medical Imaging Conference on Feb. 10.

The paper is co-authored with Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Georgia Tourassi, director of the Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Center, and Songhua Xu, a Wigner Fellow in the Computational Sciences and Engineering Division.

This work came out of a summer internship Kress did at the lab in the summer of 2012.