Congratulations to the semi-finalists in the graduate student edition of the 2018 Image of Research competition!
Join us on Wednesday, April 4 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. in room 220 of the University Library to view their entries and to vote for the People’s Choice award.
See all of the images on Instagram or click on the title of individual submissions below.
- Arif M. Abdullah (Mechanical Science and Engineering), Self-folding from 2D to 3D
- Courtney Beckett (Food Science and Human Nutrition), Is That Rum I Smell?
- Marley Dewey (Materials Science and Engineering), Poly(lactic acid) reinforcing support within a mineralized collagen scaffold for bone regeneration of craniomaxillofacial defects
- Caitlyn Edwards (Nutritional Sciences), You are what you eat
- Alida de Flamingh (Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology), The ivory poaching crisis: which way forward?
- Matthew Go (Anthropology), Bare Witness
- Gabriel Barsi Haberfeld (Mechanical Science and Engineering), The Future of Assistive Co-robots
- Anabel Romero Hernandez (Physics), Building the blocks of a detector to understand the building blocks of matter
- Jonathan Hoff (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Mimicking the complexities of bat flight with a bio-inspired robotic bat
- Robin L. Holland (Veterinary Medicine), Observation
- Ryan Keeling (Geography and GIS), Capturing River Restoration from Above
- Mauriah Kraker (Dance), Patterns of Flight
- Yuan Liao (Architecture), Kinetic Structures
- Chunfeng Lin (Communications Research), The Legacy of Red
- Sean MacDonald (Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences), Hāhā (Cyaneagrimesiana): Sowing the Seeds of Laughter
- Beatriz Maldonado (Anthropology), Visibility and the Disappeared: Exploring War, Memory and Family during El Salvador’s Civil War
- Brinna Michael (Library and Information Science), A Search of Our Own
- Sara G. Moshage (Mechanical Science and Engineering), Exploring how growth changes the way horse bones handle stress
- Brian O'Neill (Sociology), Reflections in a Canal-2017
- Kitt Peterson (Electrical Engineering), Special Squares
- Parthiban Thatapalli Prakash (Crop Sciences), Philosophical ponder over the patterns!
- Shawn Rosofsky (Physics), Neutron Star Mergers: Progenitors of the Most Powerful Explosions in the Universe
- Stephen Averill Sherman (Urban and Regional Planning), All good plans go up in smoke
- Julie Torres (Anthropology), Puerto Rico Takes Flight
- Sixian You (Bioengineering), Tumor Galaxy
Awards for First Prize ($500), Second Prize ($300), Third Prize ($200), and Honorable Mention ($100) will be announced at the reception. The winner of the People's Choice will receive a $100 award. All awards are dispersed as professional development travel funds.
For details about the competition, see the Image of Research website.