Summer 2015 Projects

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Applied Mathematical Modeling

Poster-2015-Bihn-snapshot.png Poster-2015-Cui-snapshot.png Using Gaussian Stochastic Processes (GaSP) for Hazard Mapping.
Student Researchers: John Bihn, Tao Cui, Dakota Sullivan
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Elaine Spiller
Poster-2015-Handley-snapshot.png Minimizing Total Distance in Sudoku Number Entry.
Student Researcher: Trisha Handley
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Kim Factor
Poster-2015-Barros-snapshot.png Developing Methods to Study Complex Food Webs.
Student Researcher: Benjamin Barros
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Kim Factor
Poster-2015-Cram-snapshot.png Application of Competition Graphs and (1,2)-step Competition Graphs.
Student Researcher: Lenzi Cram
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Kim Factor
Poster-2015-Minucci-snapshot.png The Role of Leptin in Fat, Inflammation and the Immune System.
Student Researcher: Sarah Minucci
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Stephen Merrill

Chapter Six - Thyroid Autoimmunity: An Interplay of Factors
Dr. Stephen Merrill and Sarah Minucci.
Vitamins and Hormones, Volume 106, 2018, pp.129-145.

Poster-2015-Martin-snapshot.png Linear Regression Model Trees for Electric Load Forecasting.
Student Researcher: Abby Martin
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Richard Povinelli

Applied Computer Science

Poster-2015-King-snapshot.png Design of an Embedded Controller for a Bipedal Robot.
Student Researcher: Muhsin King
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Andrew Williams
Poster-2015-Moore-snapshot.png Towards an Intel Galileo-Based Culturally Responsive Robotics Curriculum.
Student Researcher: Ronald Moore
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Andrew Williams
Poster-2015-Martinkus-snapshot.png Personalizing Places of Interest Using Social Media Analysis.
Student Researcher: Philip Martinkus
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Praveen Madiraju

Personalizing Places of Interest Using Social Media Analysis
Philip Martinkus and Praveen Madiraju.
31st International Conference on Computers and Their Applications (CATA 2016), Las Vegas, Nevada, April 4-6, 2016, pp.165-169.

Mathematics and Computer Science Education

Poster-2015-Schmitt-snapshot.png Game Engine for Serious Educational Games.
Student Researcher: Joseph Schmitt
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Shaun Longstreet and Dr. Kendra Cooper.
Poster-2015-Abolt-snapshot.png SimSys: Stability Within Chaos; Creating a Stable Tool in a Changing Environment.
Student Researcher: Joseph Abolt
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Shaun Longstreet and Dr. Kendra Cooper.
Poster-2015-Stolz-snapshot.png Litmus for SimSYS:A User Study on a Serious Educational Game.
Student Researcher: William Stolz
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Shaun Longstreet and Dr. Kendra Cooper.
Poster-2015-Dela-Sancha-snapshot.png Analyzing Algorithms for Weather Normalized Gas Consumption.
Student Researcher: Maria Dela-Sancha
Faculty Mentors: Dr. George Corliss and Dr. Richard Povinelli
Poster-2015-Hunpatin-snapshot.png Embedded Xinu Operating System on Raspberry Pi.
Student Researcher: Omokolade Hunpatin
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Dennis Brylow
Poster-2015-Mivshek-snapshot.png XinuPi: Completion of the Hardware Conversion of Xinu to the Raspberry Pi.
Student Researcher: Luke Mivshek
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Dennis Brylow
Poster-2015-OHare-snapshot.png A Browser-Based IDE For The Modified ECS Curriculum.
Student Researcher: Casey O'Hare
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Dennis Brylow

Matthew Bajzek, Heather Bort, Omokolade Hunpatin, Luke Mivshek, Tyler Much, Casey O'Hare, Dennis Brylow.
MUzECS: Embedded Blocks for Exploring Computer Science.
In Proceedings of Blocks & Beyond 2015, an IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC 2015) workshop, pages 127-132, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2015.
Jason Arnold, Heather Bort, Ryan Naugle, Casey O'Hare, Dennis Brylow
Multi-Track Programming Competitions with Scratch.
In Proceedings of SIGCSE 2016: Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education, pages 228-233, Memphis, Tennessee, March 2016.
Preliminary version presented (lightening talk and poster) at RESPECT 2015: Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology, first international meeting of the IEEE Special Technical Committee on Broadening Participation, Charlotte, North Carolina, August 2015.