Meet the Challengers

3MT 2017 Participants

     College of Science – 2/27/2017

Jennifer Arceo

CHEM

Imaging Aberrations of Sphingolipid Metabolism in Mouse Tissue

Prof. Norman J. Dovichi

Julia Beck

BIOC

A Tale of Two Proteins

Prof. Francis J. Castellino

Katrina Button-Simons

BIOS

Towards Malaria Elimination: The Promise of New Drug Combination Therapies

Prof. Michael Ferdig

Clyde Daly

CHEM

Modeling Molecular Vibrations

Prof. Steven Corcelli

Stefan Freed

BIOS

Origami Snowflakes: Protein Misfolding and Rare Disease

Prof. Shaun W. Lee

Kristen Johnson

CHEM

Transformers, Viral Success in Disguise

Prof. Robert Stahelin

Edward Lamere

PHYS

Accelerator Production of Tc-99m

Prof. Manoel Couder

Zhongming Li

CHEM

Stain-free Biopsy in HD

Prof. Gregory V. Hartland

Elizabeth Loughran

IBMS

Age Increases Susceptibility to Ovarian Cancer Metastasis

Prof. Sharon Stack

Charles Mueller

PHYS

The Origins of Mass

Prof. Kevin Lannon

Oyekola Oyekole

ACMS

How a Super Model Can Help Save Lives

Prof. Martina Bukac

College of Arts & Letters – 2/28/2017

Paul Blaschko

PHIL

Responsibility for Believing

Prof. Robert Audi

Prof. Blake Roeber

Nevin Climenhaga

PHIL

Epistemic Probabilities: A Guide for the Perplexed

Prof. Robert Audi

Mimi Ensley

ENGL

Transmedia Traditions: Re-Making Medieval Romance

Prof. Tim Machan

Jeehoon Han

ECON

The Consequences of Interactions between Safety Net Programs

Prof. James Sullivan

Caroline Hornburg

PSY

The Role of Problem Format in Children’s Learning of Math Equivalence

Prof. Nicole McNeil

Marjorie Housley

ENGL

Sexual Feelings: Gender, Emotion, and Erotics in Medieval Heroic Literature

Prof. Christopher Abram

Mae Kilker

MI

The Bog in Our Brain and Bowels: Resistance and Identity in Medieval Swamps

Prof. Christopher Abram

Stephen Mattingly

PSY

Retrieving Survival Relevant Information in Times of Stress

Prof. Jessica Payne

Felicia Moralez

HIST

Latinos, the Ethnic Midwest, and the Evolution of Gary’s YWCA International Institute, 1919-2001

Prof. Jon T. Coleman

Katherine Osborn

ENGL

“If All Men Are Born Free, How Is It That All Women Are Born Slaves?”: Gender, Affect and Standing in the Early Eighteenth Century

Prof. John Sitter

Courtney Smotherman

LIT

“lo ho deliberato di scrivere”: The Personalization of Humanistic Historiography during the Italian Wars (1494-1559)

Prof. Margaret Meserve

Jillian Snyder

ENGL

Sincere Performances in Shakespeare’s England

Prof. Jesse Lander

Nicole Winsor

ENGL

“Make it new!”: The Postcolonial Modernist Drama of Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand

Prof. Susan Cannon Harris

 

College of Engineering – 3/2/2017

Mingming Cai

EE

Technologies for Wideband Spectrum Access: Database-Aided Distributed Spectrum Sharing and Millimeter Wave Beamforming

Prof. J Nicholas Laneman

Kevin Leyden

AME

Fractional Derivatives and Robot Swarms

Prof. Bill Goodwine

Tracie McGinnity

BIO

Nanoparticles for Spectral CT

Prof. Ryan K. Roeder

Maryam Moosaei

CSE

Using Facially Expressive Humanoid Robots to Increase Realism in Patient Simulation

Prof. Laurel Riek

Neerajha Nagarajan

BIO

Muscles to Machines???  The Tiny Biorobots

Prof. Pinar Zorlutuna

Ali Shahbazi

CSE

Neurocartography: Mapping the Intricate Circuitry of the Brain

Prof. Walter Scheirer

Mark Summe

CBE

The Essence of Life

Prof. William A. Phillip

Jian Xu

CSE

Invasive Species Are Eating Our Money! How Can We Use Big Data to Prevent the Loss?

Prof. Nitesh Chawla

Yushan Zhang

CBE

Membrane Separation of Biomolecules

Prof. Edward Maginn

Prof. Mark McCready