Mechanical Engineering undergraduate Andrew Jones had a podium finish at the Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium which was held on September 26th in the Coorstek building atrium.
Andrew’s poster titled “Mechanical Properties of Additively Manufactured Metals” tied for second place with Physics major Susanta Sarka:
2nd place(tie)| Mechanical Properties of Additively Manufactured Metals | Author: Andrew Jones, Senior, Mechanical Engineering | Mentor: Joy Gockel, Mechanical Engineering
2nd place (tie)| The Human Protein Structure Targetome | Author: Armand Ovanessians, Senior, Quantitative Biological Engineering | Mentor: Susanta Sarkar, Physics
The purpose of the Research Symposium was to allow undergraduate student researchers who conducted research over the summer to display their work during a poster session. This unique opportunity gave these emerging researchers the chance to mingle with peers, share their hard work with a larger audience, and build their portfolio. Undergraduate students from all disciplines were invited to participate as presenters.