Graduate School

Research Matters 2017

Watch the videos from the Graduate School's third Research Matters event, which was held on November 4, 2017. The brief talks showcase excellent student scholarship and foster intellectual exchange across disciplines.

David Abel

Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science
Topic: How Artificial Intelligence Should Model the World

Felicia Bevel

Ph.D. Candidate in American Studies
Topic: Beyond Charlottesville: The Global Circulation of Nostalgic Narratives of the Southern Past

Ariel Deutsch

Ph.D. Student in Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences
Ice on Mercury, the Moon and Beyond

Matteo Di Luca

Ph.D. Student in Engineering
Topic: Shaping the Next Generation of Aerial Robots

Yun Gao

Ph.D. Candidate in Pathobiology
Topic: Can we Prevent Osteoarthritis in Old Age?

Mamikon Gulian

Ph.D. Candidate in Mathematics
Topic: Discovering Physics with Machine Learning: Fractional Calculus and Beyond

Marcia P. Jimenez

Ph.D. Candidate in Epidemiology
Topic: Carrying the Health Risks of Where We Grew Up

Adam Nitenson

Ph.D. Candidate in Neuroscience
Topic: A Better Way to Measure Pain

Tanvee Singh

Master's Student in Public Health
Topic: Putting the Human back in HIV

Michiel Van Veldhuizen

Topic: From Helice to Houston: The Semiotics of Disaster

Andrea Wright

Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology
Topic: ​​​​​​​Migrants, Manicures, and Racism in Contemporary India