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2019 Research Poster Competition Winners


Graduate – COMPUTING

Place   Recipient
1st Towards Predicting Sensorimotor Disorders in Older Adults via Bayesian Probability Thoery and Mixed Reality

 

Juan Martinez
Masters, Computer Science
Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi 

2nd Lower Body Rehabilitation System Using Wearable Sensors

 

Steven Diaz
Doctoral Student, Computer Science and Engineering
University of South Florida             




Graduate – ENGINEERING/TECHNOLOGY

Place   Recipient
1st Strategic Market Deployment Planning: Farm-To-Table Platforms

 

Isabella Sanders
Doctoral Student, Industrial Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology

2nd

Sensors Based on Gold Nanoparticle Chemiresistors

 

Jose Andrade
Masters, Materials Engineering
San Jose State University



Graduate – MATH/SCIENCE

Place   Recipient
1st Carbon Quantum Dots (CQDs) as Probes of Biological Systems

 

Osma Gonzalez
Masters, Chemistry
California State University, Northridge




Undergraduate – COMPUTING


Place   Recipient
1st Emotional Coupling/Decoupling Between Critical Audience and Speaker

Christopher Blank 
Senior, Computer Science
University of Houston – Downtown
2nd Search Algorithm for Mobile Robot Navigation with Obstacle Avoidance

 

Arbaaz Polra 
Senior, Computer Science
University of Houston – Downtown




Undergraduate – ENGINEERING/TECHNOLOGY

Place   Recipient
1st Partnering III-V Optoelectronics with Silicon Microelectronics

 

Arynn Gallegos 
Senior, Electrical Engineering
University of Southern California

2nd Detecting Structural Damage of Buildings and Bridges Using Computer Vision and Machine Learning

 

Michael Figueroa
Junior, Computer Science
University of Houston - Downtown




Undergraduate – MATH/SCIENCE

Place   Recipient
1st Mass Measurements of 27P for Improved X-Ray Burst Modeling

 

Ayman Abdullah-Smoot 
Junior, Physics
Texas Southern University             

2nd Sustaining Irrigation Program Planner

 

Carlos Cervantes
Senior, Computer Science
University of Texas at El Paso