The 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Day

Thirty-one students from Marshall University were among approximately 100 student researchers from 15 colleges and universities around West Virginia who presented their discoveries at the 10th annual Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Charleston.


Students and Professors at the Undergraduate Research Day event

 

List of CITE Students Who Took Part in The Event

Computer science/information technology
Student Name Address Project Name
Luke Brumfield Barboursville Expert System for Reverse Mathematics
James Caldwell Hurricane Creation of the Inventory College of Information Technology and Engineering (IN-CITE)
Project for Real-Time Management of Laboratory Equipment
Matthew Ferguson Barboursville Calculating PageRank in Cloud Computing
Robert Gaum Charleston Creation of the Inventory College of Information Technology and Engineering (IN-CITE)
Project for Real-Time Management of Laboratory Equipment
Joseph Hall Lawrence, OH MarcOS
Bradley Hammond Huntington Building inverted indexing in Cloud Computing
Finley Hammond Huntington Marshall University Cybersecurity Research and Education System (CRES) version 3
Alex King Fairmont LockoutII
Cameron Loader Sugar Land, TX Data Mining for Diabetes Medical Data
James Moore Barboursville Web Application for the Search Committee on Recognizing Excellent Students (SCORES)
Emmanuel Pittore Wayne Marshall University Cybersecurity Research and Education System (CRES) version 3
Travis Rainey Fraziers Bottom Grade Tracker
Nicholas Riggleman Evans Quality Control for a Non-Profit Organization
Sean Sovine Huntington MIDAS: Multiple-Inferencing Document Automatic Summarization
Caleb Spencer Huntington Expert System for Reverse Mathematics” and “Calculating PageRank in Cloud Computing
Engineering
Student Name Address Project Name
Kyle Merritt Lesage Design and Evaluation of a Canoe Constructed of Concrete
Kristen Bobuk Belle Vernon, PA Design and Construction of a Model Steel Bridge to Meet Specifications for Competition

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