Each year, engineering and computer science graduate students showcase their research to industry, faculty and fellow students. The college, in collaboration with industry partners, sponsors prizes for a Poster Competition and a Research Pitch Competition. In their presentations, students demonstrate (1) the scientific contribution of their research, (2) its potential applications or impacts, and (3) ability to present it clearly, especially to a non-specialist in the field.
Follow the links to learn more about the 2017 Research Day Winners.
- Can we Find a Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease? Flaviyan Jerome Irudayanathan. Advisor Shikha Nangia
- Oxygen Transport Membrane for Oxy-Fuel Combustion and Carbon Capture Purpose. Matthew Joseph Rushby; advisor Jeongmin Ahn
- Inferring Communication Network Topology via Transfer Entropy. Pranay Sharma. Advisor: Pramod Varshney
- CFD Analysis of Distributed Propulsion Systems for Vertical Takeoff and Landing. Andrew Welles; advisor: Thong Dang
- Molecular Transport through Blood-Brain Barrier Pores. Flaviyan Jerome Irudayanathan. Advisor Shikha Nangia
- A Cost Effective Method to Retrofit Steel Girders. Omar Y. El Masri. Advisor: Eric M. Lui
- Your Smartphone Security is at Risk!: A Video Based Side Channel Attack on the Smartphone Users’ Pins and Passwords. Diksha Shukla, advisor: Vir V. Phoha
- Modified Artificial Potential Field for UAV Formation Generation and Changing. Hang Yin. Advisor: Utpal Roy