Engineering & Science Research Symposium

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Research Symposium

Detroit Mercy's College of Engineering & Science hosts an annual symposium to highlight the research and projects by undergraduate and graduate students.

Each year, the College invites high school students and alumni to experience the academic research achievements of our students. 

The 2022 Engineering and Science Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium will be held Friday, Oct. 21, in the University Ballroom 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 

At this event, we will have high school students and alumni visiting as we present our research, hold demonstrations, and enjoy lunch together. Student participants will present their research via printed poster at the venue location. 

Prizes will be awarded to students for research excellence in both Engineering and Science categories, as well as a participant-voted People’s Choice award. 

Why do we hold this event?

  • Celebrate all the cool research projects we're doing
  • Motivate others to get involved
  • Inspire high school students to choose STEM careers

Join us and judge for yourself!

Awards and Selection Criteria

People's Choice Award

Given to the team with the highest ranking by the visiting high school students based on what they believe is the most promising technology/project/research.

Scientific Excellence Award

Given to the team whose poster demonstrates the highest scientific quality and merit.

Engineering Excellence Award

Given to the team whose poster demonstrates the highest engineering excellence and merit.

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    2022 Research Winners, Abstracts and Pictures

    Awards

    Engineering Quality Award

    1. Authors: Lauren Ross,Nichole Kutchey,Nassif Rayess,  and Megan Conrad
      Title: #1. DESIGN OF A CUSTOM FORCE FIXTURE TO FIT MINIATURE LOAD CELLS FOR INDIVIDUAL FINGER FORCE MEASUREMENT.
    2. Authors: Karthika Balan,Michael Santora, and Victor Carmona
      Title: #14. MULTISPECTRAL IMAGE CLASSIFICATION WITH COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES USING UAV MULTISPECTRAL DATA FOR ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY APPLICATIONS
    3. Authors: Bassam Abdelghani, Sophia Fadal, Shadi Bedoor, and Shadi Banitaan
      Title: #11. PREDICTION OF HEART ATTACKS USING DATA MINING TECHNIQUES.

     

    Scientific Quality Award

    1.  Authors:  Jade Siebert,Luming Zheng, Miao Qian, Mingzhan Wu, Jade Sibert, and Genyue Fu
      Title:  74.  Observing Positive Interracial Contact Reduces Young Children’s Implicit Racial Bias

    2.   Authors:  Fadi Koria, Haya El Dana, Joseph Ferracciolo, Laura Young, and Eric S. Krukonis
      Title:  40.  ASSESSING THE PHYSICAL INTERACTION(S) BETWEEN VEILLONELLA PARVULA AND STREPTOCOCCUS

    3.  Authors:  Mohammed Ahmed, Samantha Mena, Arif Hussain, Jungwhan Park, Antonela Shyti, JiEun Park, Woohyun Jeong, Maria A. Gerges, and Katherine C. Lanigan
      Title:  23.  DETECTION OF PHOTO-INDUCED OXIDATION OF METAL-EDTA COMPLEXES ADSORBED TO TITANIUM DIOXIDE NANOPARTICLES USING UV/VIS SPECTROPHOTOMETRY AND ATR-FTIR SPECTROSCOPY

    People’s Choice Award

    1. Authors:  Mariana D. Muskovac, Diana H. Chammout, Miranda M. Meyou, Hussien B. Hazime, Sarah Awali, Kenia L. Contreras, Dorian K. Goolsby, Reema N. Hamdan, Christina M. Rabban, Kendra R. Evans, and Rachelle M. Belanger
      Title: #29: A MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF CRAYFISH HEMOLYMPH AND HEPATOPANCREAS POST-ATRAZINE EXPOSURE
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