Graduate and Undergraduate Students Win at 2018 Research Computing Symposium

Monday, February 5, 2018
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!