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UNM Computer Science Student Chairs Software Session at International Conference

July 20, 2009

leiUNM computer science doctoral student Hairong Lei recently served as software session chair for the 2009 International Conference on New Trends in Information and Service Science. He also presented "Software's Eight Essentials." The proceedings will be published by IEEE’s Computer Science series.

Lei’s recent publications include "Protein-Protein Interaction Prediction Using Single Class SVM" and "Modular High-Speed Adaptive Optics System." He is working with Joe Kniss, UNM assistant professor in computer science, on "Supervised Manifold Distance Segmentation." Lei received master’s degrees from Utah State University and Beijing Institute of Technology.