Collegiate Competition Submissions are Under Review
Submissions are now closed for the Collegiate Competition. Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract for consideration. Finalists will be notified soon.
At the WE Local Collegiate Competition, undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to present their research to a broad technical audience in three styles: short form abstract submission, visual poster presentation and face-to-face discussion. This allows for students to learn and gain insight on their research, and to receive live feedback and encouragement from others within the STEM field.
There two submission categories: Undergraduate Collegiate and Graduate Collegiate. All applicants are required to submit an online abstract for judging.
Finalists of the WE Local Collegiate Competition will receive a $250 stipend and complimentary collegiate premier registration to compete in the technical poster competition at WE Local Tampa. They will also be recognized during the WE Achieve awards ceremony on Saturday evening where three finalists from each category will be awarded first, second and third place.
Questions about the WE Local Collegiate Competition can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Collegiate Level||First Name||Last Name||University||Research Title||Lightning Talk Date||Lightning Talk Time Slot|
|Graduate||Hyunjin||Kim||University of California, Santa Barbara||Portable Optical Detector for Point of Care Diagnostics||Friday, February 15, 2019||10:00 – 10:15 a.m.|
|Graduate||Molly||Skinner||University of South Florida||Mass Spectrometric-mapping of Virus Host Interactions in Turnip Crinkle Virus||Friday, February 15, 2019||10:15 – 10:30 a.m.|
|Graduate||Kazi||Tasneem||Vanderbilt University||Modeling Chemical Transport in PDMS-based Organ-on-Chip Microsystems||Friday, February 15, 2019||11:00 – 11:15 a.m.|
|Graduate||Armana||Huq||Florida International University||Application of Connected Vehicle Technology to Mitigate Secondary Crashes||Friday, February 15, 2019||11:15 – 11:30 a.m.|
|Undergraduate||Sophia||Bakar||Duquesne University||Fluoride Removal from Water using 3D Printed Filters||Friday, February 15, 2019||3:15 –3:30 p.m.|
|Undergraduate||Morayo||Ogunsina||Penn State Erie, The Behrend College||Memory "Lookup" Architecture in Processing in Memory Computing - A New Approach To Near Memory Architecture||Friday, February 15, 2019||3:30 – 3:45 p.m.|
|Undergraduate||Darnisha||Crane||The University of Alabama in Huntsville||Measurement of Forces on a Flapping Wing Micro Aerial Vehicle||Friday, February 15, 2019||3:45 – 4:00 p.m.|
|Undergraduate||Heather||Hofstee||University of Central Florida||Analog Oven-Control Circuit for a Thin-Film Piezoelectric on Substrate Microelectromechanical Systems Oscillator||Friday, February 15, 2019||4:00 - 4:15 p.m.|
|Undergraduate||Madison||Wojciechowski||Penn State Berks||The Use of Advanced Additive Manufacturing Techniques to Design, Optimize, and Characterize an Orthopedic Support||Friday, February 15, 2019||4:15 - 4:30 p.m.|