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CEAS Announces Undergraduate Research Day Winners

May 3, 2017
Mechanical engineering students give a poster presentation at the PEAK Conference in 2017.
CEAS students gave poster presentations much like this at UW's Undergraduate Research Day.

The College of Engineering and Applied Science was well represented at the University of Wyoming’s Undergraduate Research Day on April 29. A number of CEAS students participated in the campus-wide event.
“I’d like to commend all of our Senior Design students for an excellent showing at Undergraduate Research Day,” says Victor Bershinsky, a senior engineer in electrical and computer engineering.
Several CEAS students took home awards, including:
Kyle Gilman (Best Overall Design) for his project: “Assessment of Computer Vision and Image Processing Pipelines for Fiber Quantification in Polymer Matrix Composite Laminates from Optical Images”
Alex Soveroski (Best Overall Individual Design) for his project: “Analog Guitar Amplifier”
Vivaswat Shastry (Best Individual Software Project) for his project: “Parallel Optimization to Obtain High-Quality Depth from Uncalibrated Small Motion Clips (PDfUSMC)”
Hannah Miller, Kelsey Lunberg, Justin Wert (Best Team Design) for their project: “Vehicle Occupancy Detection System”

Gilman Adds TBP Fellowship

Senior Kyle Gilman was selected to receive the 2017-18 Tau Beta Pi Graduate Fellowship, and was awarded $10,000 in stipends for graduate study. UW featured two recipients of the award in 2017, as senior Richard Yang also earned the honor.
Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. It has collegiate chapters at 245 engineering colleges in the United States and active alumni chapters in 40 cities. It has initiated more than 570,000 members in its 131-year history and is the world’s largest engineering honor society.
The Fellowship Board of TBP announced the selection of the 84th group of fellows. Each year, about 25 recipients receive cash stipends of $10,000 for their graduate and advanced studies. All TBP Fellowships are awarded on the competitive criteria of high scholarship, campus leadership and service, and promise of future contributions to the engineering profession. All fellows are members of TBP and may do their graduate work at any institution they choose.

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