Graduate students share their research progress at the COSAM Graduate Student Research Forum
On April 18, graduate students from the College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM) presented their research. Five graduate students spoke about their research, findings and real-world applications.
The Graduate Student Research Forum, previously the Interdisciplinary Colloquium, is organized by Prosenjit Ray, chair, Ishveen Kaur, Kaitlyn Murphy and Nafiul Huda.
“This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to share the impact their research makes with fellow students, faculty and staff,” said COSAM's Acting Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies Mark Liles who presented each speaker with a certificate. “We are excited to continue these forums next fall and look forward to seeing even more students get involved and gain experience presenting their research.”
The presentations included:
Segun Obisesan from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry – Application of biomimicry to solve 21st century energy challenges: Reduction of dioxygen to water using a Bioinspired FE (II) electrocatalyst
Yuyan Yi from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics - CW_ICA: An Efficient Dimensionality Selection Method for Independent Component Analysis
Andresa Bezerra from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry - Optimization of droplet-based microfluidic system for studying endocrine tissue dynamics
Colby Muir from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics - Word Representability in Hasse Diagrams
Md Riaz Uddin from the Department of Geosciences - Mineralogy and Geochemistry of Contaminant Groundwater and Sediments from Coastal Aquifers of Southwest Bangladesh
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