Computer Science students present research at Summer Science

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On September 9, 2021, several Computer Science and Mathematics students participated in the Summer Science Symposium, presenting research projects created under the guidance of their faculty mentors.

They are:

Soham Changani ’23
Data Analytics/Mathematics
Professor Fadhel Kaboub and Prof. Taku Suzuki
” The Economic Implications of the Belt and Road Initiative through Case Studies of Tajikistan and Italy”

Lydia Hewitt, ’22
Mathematics
Dr. Grzegorz Rempala and Dr. Eben Kenah - OSU Biostatistics Div., College of Public Health
“Analyzing COVID Transmission in Ohio”

Evan Lang ’22
Computer Science and Mathematics
Professor Nat Kell
“Asymptotic Lower Bounds for Online Scheduling”

Khoi Le ’23
Computer Science and Mathematics
Professor Nat Kell
“Asymptotic Lower Bounds for Online Scheduling”

Anika Schwingel ’22
Physics and Mathematics
Professor Dan Homan
“Identifying Robust Clusters for Studying Relativistic Jets”

Olivia Strasburg ’23
Computer Science/Chemistry (minor)
Professor Jessen Havill
Identification of Novel nrEVEs in the Aedes aegypti Mosquito Genome

Loc Tran ’22
Computer Science/Mathematics (minor)
Professor Nat Kell
“Asymptotic Lower Bounds for Online Scheduling”

Tessy Udoh ’23
Computer Science/Mathematics (minor)
Professor Jessen Havill
Identification of Novel nrEVEs in the Aedes aegypti Mosquito Genome

Yifan (John) Zhu ’22
Economic Finance and Mathematics
Professor Andrea Ziegert
“The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) - A Case Study of Greece’s Piraeus Port”

Posted Date 
Friday, October 8, 2021

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