Computational science and computational techniques are now ubiquitous across the research landscape, creating a wide range of diverse and fascinating projects on the Dartmouth campus, in labs, offices, studios, and performance spaces.
With this in mind, the Neukom Institute is delighted to announce the 2012 Neukom Prize for Outstanding Graduate Research in Computational Science, open to all Dartmouth graduate students.
The winners are:
Dov Pechenick GR'13 for "The influence of assortativity on the robustness of signal-integrationlogicin gene regulatory networks"
Idan Ginsburg GR'13 for "Hypervelocity Planets and Transits Around Hypervelocity Stars"
Katherine Perdue GR'15 for "Quantitative assessment of diffuse optical tomography sensitivity to the cerebral cortex using a whole-head probe"
Samual Fey, GR'14 for "Can increased temperatures strengthen enemy release of non-native species?"
Last Updated: 7/18/14