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Graduate Research 2015

Neukom Prize for Outstanding Graduate Research in Computational Science

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 2015 Neukom Prize for Outstanding Graduate Research in Computational Science, open to all Dartmouth graduate students.

2015 Winners:

1st Prize: $1000
Olivia Kang – (Thalia Wheatley, Advisor, PBS) for
The Dynamic Dilation of the Pupil Over Time Is a Precise Biomarker of Online Attention Deployment

2nd Prize: $750
Shadab Khan – (Alex Hartov & Ryan Halter, Advisors, Thayer School) for
Joint Epipolar Geometry Stereo and Locally Adaptive Support Weight for Robust Shape Recovery in Minimally Invasive Surgeries”

3rd Prize: $500
Tianxing Li – (Xia Zhou, Advisor, CS) for
Human Sensing Using Visible Light Communication”

3rd Prize: $500
Chien-Ting Chen – (Ryan Hickcox, Advisor, Physics and Astronomy) for
Supermassive Black Hole Accretion and Connections to Star” Formation in Galaxies”

Honorable Mention:
Jeffrey DeFelice – (Jane E. G. Lipson, Chemistry) for
"Polymer Miscibility in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide: Free Volume as a Driving Force"

 

Last Updated: 6/16/15