2019 SEAS Graduate Student Poster Competition
Nima Shahkaramipour, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering - "Antifouling Membranes by Surface Modification Using Hydrophilic Zwitterions"
First place winner Ogechi Ogoke discusses his poster, "An in Vitro 3D Model of Liver Development Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells," with SEAS Director for STEM Diversity Programs Letitia Thomas.
Md S Q Zulkar Nine, Department of Computer Science and Engineering - "A Two-Phase Dynamic Throughput Optimization Model for Big Data Transfers"
Chang Min Park, Department of Computer Science and Engineering - "Gesto: Mapping UI Events to Gestures and Voice"
Nanditha Anandakrishnan, Department of Biomedical Engineering, presents her poster on "Rapid Stereolithography Printing of Human Scale Vascularized Tissues."
Third Place: Sina Basereh, Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering - "Retrofit of Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls Using Weakening and Self-Centering: Numerical Modeling"
Gaurav Nagesh Shetty, Department of Electrical Engineering - "Novel MRI Reconstruction Algorithm by Exploiting Data-Manifold Geometries"
Arjun Sing, Department of Electrical Engineering - Design of Plasmonic Nano-Antenna Arrays for Ultra-directional Terahertz Communications and Beamforming
Lingyue Yan, Department of Biomedical Engineering - "Delivery of anti-microRNA-21 by Cationic Lipoplexes in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Treatment"
John Fontecha, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering - "Pro-environmental Social Influence via Randomized Incentive Programs"
Philip Odonkor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering - "Optimal Control of Distributed Energy Resources in Building Clusters Using Reinforcement Learning"
Zachary Steever, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, presents his poster on "Dynamic Courier Routing for a Food Delivery Service."
Seyedeh Elaheh Ghiasian, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering - "Determination of Component Fabrication Feasibility for Additive Manufacturing"
Prashant Shekhar, Computational and Data Enabled Sciences, discusses his research on 'Hierarchical Regularization Networks for Learning on Noisy Datasets."
Second Place: Behnoosh Sattari Baboukani, Department of Materials Design and Innovation - "Shear Response of 2D Confined N-Hexadecane Molecules"
Soojung Baek, Department of Materials Design and Innovation, discusses her poster on"Exotic Decision Making for Guided and Autonomous Experiment in Material Science" with UB civil engineering alumnus Stephen Still.
Dean Liesl Folks announces Ogechi Ogoke as the first place winner in the SEAS Graduate Student Poster Competition.
Published April 22, 2019