PRIME students have earned awards and produced software used by other researchers and the public as a result of the research they conducted as part of their summer experience. They include:
Wesley Chu and Lance Castillo, PRIME 2011 (National Institute for Information and Communication Technology, Keihanna, Kyoto, Japan)
Received the American Association for Museums MUSE Gold Award, highest award in the Honeysett and Din Student category, for their work on My Gallery Interactive museum display software.
Saleh Amirriazi and Stephany Chang, PRIME 2007 (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia)
Received a Poster award from the Biophysics Society in February 2008 for “Optimizing Cardiac Excitation-Metabolic Model By Using Parallel Grid Computing.”
Robert Ikeda, PRIME 2004 (National Center for High-performance Computing, Hsinchu, Taiwan)
Developed the Hyperbolic Layout Plugin for Cytoscape. It is available at http://cytoscape.org/plugins2.php.
David Jackson and Ava Pierce, PRIME 2007 (Osaka University, Japan)
Developed the ThumbnailBrowser, a file browser plugin for Covise, for ultra-high resolution images, which can run on a tiled display wall or in the StarCAVE at Calit2, UCSD.
Produced enhancements to ImageViewer, another plugin for Covise, providing added functionality permitting the viewer to lay out a number of image files on a grid so that multiple images can be compared side by side on a tiled display wall.
Andrea Cardenas, PRIME 2008 (Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand)
Developed a controlled vocabulary that is being reviewed for adoption by the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (see current status at http://www.gleon.org/Science-Technology.php).
Wesley Hsu and Lance Castillo, PRIME 2011 (National Institute for Information and Communication Technology, Keihanna, Kyoto, Japan)
Developed My Gallery Interactive tool now in use at the Museum of Photographic Arts, in San Diego.