In CSC600 Computer Science Research and Development, students work independently to tackle term-long research problems or programming projects. At the end of the term, the students organized an “Unposter Session”, an evening of hot cocoa, cookies, and computer science projects. Students brought interactive programs, games, models, and yes, even posters to help audience members understand… Read More
Students in Dr. Zufelt’s CSC 600 Computer Science Research and Development course were featured in this week’s Phillipian.
Congratulations to Justin, Kevin, and Andy! Justin Chang, ’19Rheb, a Ras-like Small GTPase, Interacts with WFS1 Protein (Wolframin): Implications of Rheb Signaling Pathways in Wolfram Syndrome 1Advisors: Dr. Joseph Avruch and Dr. Noriko Oshiro, Avruch Laboratory, Harvard Medical School Kaiying (Kevin) Hou, ’19 The Hardness of Finding Hamiltonian Cycle in Grids Graphs of Semi-Regular TessellationsAdvisor: Jayson Lynch,… Read More