Colin Hemphill, a Belmont senior majoring in Computer Science and Audio Engineering Technology, and Josh Sheehy, a Belmont senior majoring in Computer Science, placed second in the Best Student Paper Competition at the recent Association for Computing Machinery Southeast Conference (ACM/SE). Their paper, “Finding Effective Search Strategies for the TwoBik Puzzle,” was one of a dozen undergraduate and graduate student papers accepted for presentation at the conference. The 50th Annual ACM/SE drew 183 students, faculty and professionals in computer science to Tuscaloosa, Ala. on March 29-31.
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