Congratulations to Undergraduate Poster Prize Award Winners!

Congratulations to all of our students who participated in the 2019 Undergraduate Research Award  poster competition. Representing Physics and Astronomy Nils Refvik won first place in the Natural Sciences category, while in the Applied Sciences category Jordan Krenkevich took home the first place prize! Representing the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Physics and Astronomy Delica Leboe-Mcgowan won the third place prize in the Applied Sciences category!

Nils presented work on analysis techniques for the extraction of materials properties from THz spectroscopy data acquired on slab shaped samples in his poster entitled “Analysis of THz Time-Domain Etalon Systems for Material Property Extraction“.

Jordan presented work developing 3D printed phantoms to be used to evaluate microwave imaging techniques applied to the detection of breast cancer in his poster entitled “Development and 3D Printing of MRI-Derived Breast Phantoms for Microwave Imaging“.

Delica presented a privacy protecting methodology of training machine learning algorithms to predict the occurrence of breast cancer from genomic data in her poster entitled “A Privacy-Preserving Deep Learning Framework for Genomic Data“.