PULSE Seminar: Computational & Data Sciences
VIRTUAL PULSE Seminar: Computational & Data Sciences
The Presentations by Undergraduates in Life Science & Engineering (PULSE) Seminar Series is a joint event held by Johns Hopkins University, Coppin State University, and Morgan State University. Each undergraduate presenter is chosen to highlight the projects and opportunities across all three campuses, and the event is open to undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty from all participating institutes. This month each presenter will discuss their computational or data science based research.
This month’s speakers are:
- Joseph Boen (JHU) “Inferring Copy Number Variation from Gene Expression Data: Methods, Comparisons, and Applications to Oncology”
- Olaide Akintade (Coppin) “Magnetite nanoparticles for microplastics removal: synthesis and characterization”
- Theodore Wimberly (Morgan) “Exploring Psychological and Social Factors that Impact How Black/African American Women Identify with the Field of Computer Science”
Click here to register for the seminar (can select a single or all dates this semester).
For more information, please contact Dr. Jessica Dunleavey ([email protected]).