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Undergrad Research 2015

Neukom Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Computational Science

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 2015 Neukom Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Computational Science, open to all Dartmouth undergraduates.

2015 Winners:

1st Prize: $1000
Jonathan Vandermause ’16 – (Chandrasekhar Ramanathan, Advisor, Physics and Astronomy) for
“Optimizing Adiabatic Quantum Transformations”
    

2nd Prize: $750
Justin Chan ’16 – (Xia Zhou,  Advisor, CS) for
“3D Printing Your Wireless Coverage”

3rd Prize: $500
Shawn Yifei Xie ’16 – (Hans Mueller, Advisor, Physics and Astronomy) for
“Resolving Polar Singularities: Zero Time Reverse Transport Algorithm”

3rd Prize: $500
James Brofos ’15 – (Peter Doyle, Advisor, Math) for
“Communication Complexity of Distributed Statistical Algorithms”

Last Updated: 4/6/16