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2018 Science and Technology Showcase: Advanced Science Research and Advanced Technology Projects
Posted 12/11/2018 03:29PM

Students in the Advanced Science Research and Advanced Technology Projects will present their original research projects on Tuesday, December 11 at SPA's annual Science and Technology Showcase. Advanced Science Research (ASR) and Advanced Technology Projects (ATP) are upper-level courses in which students design and implement an independent research project (full list below).

Advanced Science Research projects:

  • Nathan Sobotka '20 | The Effect of Plastic Pollutants on the Growth of Wisconsin Fast Plants
  • Abdelrahman Mokbel '20 | Vibrational Energy Harvesting
  • Kelby Wittenberg '19 | Differentiation of mES C7 A2-GFP cells into keratinocytes for skin regeneration
  • Maggie Hlavka '19 | Early Growth of Tallgrass Under Variable Precipitation and Species Evenness Scenarios
  • Sameer Bijwadia '20 | The Effect of Rising Sea levels on the Growth of Florida Everglades Plants
  • Maddy Breton '20 | The Effects of Painkiller Exposure on Zebrafish Developmental Toxicology
  • Richard Chang '20 | The Reliability of a Hobby-Grade Quadcopter
  • Gabriel Konar-Steenberg '19 | Analyzing Predicted Temperature and Diurnal Temperature Range Trends Using Regional Climate Model Output
  • Samantha Ries '19 | The Effects of Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) on Above-Ground Soil Fungi in a Minnesota Oak Woodland
  • Ethan Dincer '19 and Betsy Romans '19 | Engineering a Novel Ankle Foot Orthosis: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Charcot-Marie-Tooth Bracing

Advanced Technology projects:

  • Isaac Fink '19 | Gut Microbiome Horizon Plot: A Versatile R Package for Bioinformatics Research
  • Adelia Bergner '19 | ApplePi: A Beginner’s Guide to Retro Computer Modernization
  • Iris Shaker-Check '19 | Audio Notes
  • Aidan McVea '19 | Physics-based Chariot Racing Game
  • Ben Putaski '19 | The Fourth Sector: A 2D RPG
  • Tom Jaeger '19 | Increasing the Accessibility of Paste, Putty, and Gel Based Additive Manufacturing
  • Will Swanson '19 |  Zombie Run: A 2D Adventure Game
  • Eric Lagos '19 and Matt Pauly '19 | Simulating a Chaotic System with Java
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