Professor wins best paper award

Matt Huenerfauth, professor of information sciences and technologies, won the 2018 ACM SIGACCESS Best Paper award for “Modeling the Speed and Timing of American Sign Language to Generate Realistic Animations.” Co-authors for the research paper include Ph.D. students Larwan Berke and Sushant Kafle, as well as human computer interaction master’s student Peter Yeung.

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