On April 11-12, 2022, the Office of Research and Economic Development and Office of Graduate Studies sponsored two poster sessions for students to present their work. About 100 graduate students presented their work. As part of this event, students competed in a poster competition and top presenters earned $400 travel grants/awards to support their research work. Over 35 faculty and postdocs helped judge the posters.
Thank you to everyone who came out to see the fantastic research work being done by graduate student researchers!
Congratulations to all! We enjoyed seeing all of your work!
- Emmanuel Akintunde (Civil Engineering): “Developed Singular Value Decomposition Based Novelty Index for Damage Detection in full-scale in-situ bridges”
- Qusai Alomari (Civil Engineering): “Bridge Pier Column Multi-Hazard Response - Fire, Impact, and Blast”
- Sean Carr (Biological Sciences): “Optimizing Scale Production of Isoprene from Engineered Methanogens”
- Zachary Cole (Psychology): “Neural Responses to Functional Animation of Pictorial Symbols to provide P300-Brain-Computer Interface Access to Children”
- Beth Dotan (Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education): “Nebraska Stories of Humanity, Holocaust Survivors & WWII Veterans, Network Portal & Educational Website”
This project was co-presented with an undergraduate student Aila Ganic. View the Nebraska Stories of Humanity
- Alexa Fernandez (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences): “Satellite vs Marine Potential Fields Over Bathymetrists Seamounts”
- Katie Kassler (Communication Studies): “Managing Identity, Relationship, and Privacy: Communication Strategies Central to LGBTQIA+ Identity Concealment from Family Members in the United States”
- Quinlan McFadden (Architecture): “Prototyping Attainability”
- Erika Petro-Turnquist (Biological Sciences): “Vaccination with Epigraph Immunogens Induce Robust Immunity Against Swine H1 Influenza A Virus”
- Andrea Rilakovic (Entomology): “Comparison of aerial and chemigation insecticide applications for western bean cutworm management”
- Qiuchen Wu (Physics): “Ferroelectric domain studies in free-standing PbZr0.2Ti0.8O3 membranes”
- Weiman Xu and Shruti Pillai (Child, Youth, and Family Studies): “Intergenerational Transmission of Parenting Across 24 Years”