Graduate and Undergraduate Students Win at 2018 Research Computing Symposium
On January 22, Scholars@Duke hosted a visualization challenge during the 2018 Research Computing Symposium. The challenge was to showcase Duke's interdisciplinary education and research activities. Members of Duke Physics won three of the four awards!
- First Place: Graduate student Matthew Epland for "Exploring Interdisciplinary Connections in Duke Ph.D. Committees" [link]
- Third Place: Graduate student Aghil Abed Zadeh for "Duke Research in Perspective" [link]
- Honorable Mention: Math and Biophysics major Ksenia Sokolova and Math and Physics major Yuqi Yun for "Does Interdisciplinarity Drive Impact?"
Read the full story "Scholars Bridge Disciplines to Tackle Big Questions" on the Duke Research Blog here. Congratulations to everyone!