Student RSCA Competition Finalists 2021
This year SJSU's Office of Research is delighted to send eight students to the 35th Annual CSU Student Research Competition, hosted virtually by Cal Poly Pomona, on April 30 and May 1, 2021. Each of these students is highlighted below, along with their eight-minute video presentation, which will be shown live at the CSU event.
A graduate student from the department of Mathematics and Statistics in the College of Science, Hung explores A Mixture of Multivariate Contaminated Normal Distributions with Missing Information.
The only finalist from the College of Education, Alaysia is an undergraduate studying Child and Adolescent Development. Her presentation is entitled Growing Up with a Sibling with Autism: College Students' Perspectives.
A department of Chemistry undergraduate student from the College of Science, Nicholas explores the Copolymerization of Styrene and Alkene-modified Pincer Ligands to Support Iridium Catalysts for Alkane Dehydrogenation.
Aeowynn is an undergraduate, studying Biological Sciences, in the College of Science. Her presentation is on Novel Roles of Sirtuin 4 in Testes Revealed Using an Unbiased Bioinformatics Approach.
One of our graduate entrants, studying Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering, Tomasz's presentation is on Automous Drones for Wildfire Detection.
From the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business, Terri is an undergraduate researcher in the department of Information Systems and Technology. Her presentation is entitled Learning Artificial Intelligence with a Chatbot: A Study Among Business Undergraduate Students.
An undergraduate from the College of Engineering, studying Computer Engineering, Victor explores Secure Biometric Key Generation Scheme using ECG.
An undergraduate in the College of Science, studying Biological Sciences, Muhammad explores Mutagenesis and Recombinant Expression of Aedes aegypti Serine Protease I (AaSPI), a possible N-Terminal Nucleophile (Ntn) Hydrolase.