The Notre Dame community and general public are invited to attend the annual Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium to learn about the amazing research projects undergraduate students have been working on throughout the summer at the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's College!
Students from several Notre Dame and Saint Mary's summer research programs will present their research projects covering a broad range of topics in business, engineering, the humanities and sciences, and more. Programs include the Center for Research Computing, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Chemistry and Physics at Saint Mary's, Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society, ND Energy, ND International, NDnano, The Graduate School, The Naughton Fellowships, and Wireless Institute.
Poster presentations will be held during two, hour-long sessions. Students will present their research projects during one of the two sessions to allow time for them to support fellow presenters and to learn more about research in other areas.
9:30-10:30 a.m. Poster Session #1
10:45-11:45 a.m. Poster Session #2
A final roster, presentation schedule, and abstract book will be posted here prior to the event. Please check back soon.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium is co-sponsored by the Notre Dame programs listed below. If you are an undergraduate student and would like to learn more about summer research at Notre Dame and how to apply, please contact any of the program administrators listed below.
Center for Research Computing, Contact: Laura Kresnak
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Contact: Lisa Ellam
Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society, Contact: Katie Liu
ND Energy (Slatt Fellowships), Contact: Barbara Villarosa
NDnano (Fellowships), Contact: Heidi Deethardt
Notre Dame International (iSURE), Contacts: Amber Li and Kailey Preston
The Graduate School (Summer Research Opportunities Program), Contacts: John Lowry and Julaine Zenk
The Naughton Fellowships, Contact: Kaitlyn Stankiewicz
Wireless Institute, Contact: Tiffanie Sammons
Originally published at energy.nd.edu.