The annual Graduate Student Showcase moved to a virtual format this year. This showcase is a chance for graduate students to present their research, entrepreneurship, and creativity.
In addition to the presentations, students are automatically entered into a contest for multiple scholarships, ranging in value and totaling $16,800.
This year five Ph.D. systems engineering students presented on their research:
- Mo Hussein: “System for grocery shopping recommendations based on one’s health profile”
- Marija Krunic: “Keeping public restrooms COVID-19-free: Cell phone sanitizer and charger“
- Avpreet Othee: “A modeling framework for electrical distributions containing harmonic producing loads”
- Aleksandra Scalco: “‘Cybersecurity workforce cyber-physical systems (CPS) and control system’ questionnaire”
- James Wheaton: “Trustworthy computing and communications so you can cyber in peace”
All members of the CSU community are invited to create an account on the GradShow platform to ask questions and provide feedback to students during the synchronous virtual GradShow session on Nov. 18 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.