Skunkworks Give Strong Showing at the UW Undergraduate Symposium 2018

Undergraduate Symposium 2018
Celebrating Research, Creative Endeavor, and Service-Learning

Skunkworks participants did a great job with 5 presentations at the 2018 Undergraduate Learning Symposium here at UW on April 13, 2018.  Great work all!

-Vanessa Nilsen & Michael Hibbard: Predicting the Glass Forming Ability of Bulk Metallic Glasses Using Random Forests (Poster, 9:30-11AM, Varsity Hall Poster #21)

-Vanessa Nilsen & Michael Hibbard: Predicting the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Wisconsin Concrete Using Random Forests (Presentation, 11AM-12:15PM, Industry A)

-Aidan Combs: Accelerating Multislice STEM Simulations through Correlation to Convolution Methods (Presentation, 2-3:15PM, Industry B)

-Sam Wagner, Josh Bernson, Aditya Sharma, Donglin Wang: Accelerating Accurate Bandgap Prediction Using Machine Learning (Presentation, 2-3:15PM, Landmark A)

-Ebenezer Fanibi: Informatics Skunkworks: Perovskite Stability (Poster, 2-3:15PM, Varsity Hall Poster #248)