Computational science and computational techniques have enabled and encouraged a relatively early introduction to first-rate computationally-oriented research for undergraduates.
With this in mind, the Neukom Institute is delighted to announce the 2014 Neukom Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Computational Science, open to all Dartmouth undergraduates.
The winners are:
1st Place: $1000
Dylan J. Assael '14 for "Evaluation and Quantification of Corrosion in Modular Interfaces of Dual-Taper Hip Implants:
Development and Assessment of a Novel Computational Technique"
2nd Place: $750
Ajay Kannan '15 and James Alexander Brofos '15 for "Attribution Automated and Intertextual Analysis"
3rd Place: $500
Yichuan Wang '14 for "Assessment of Human Brain Biomechanical Properties in Vivo via Induced Cortical Surface Deformation and Stereovision"
Last Updated: 7/18/14