Some 177 Purdue University Calumet students presented 102 scholarly research projects in the university’s annual Student Research Days on March 29, 2012 and March 30, 2012.
Undergraduate student research is one of several engaged learning components of Purdue Calumet’s innovative, experiential learning initiative, required of all undergraduate students.
Student Research Days seeks to promote and encourage opportunities for students to learn through discovery with faculty mentors and presented what they learned through their research to the campus community.
Enrollees of Purdue Calumet’s Schools of Engineering, Mathematics and Science; Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; Management; Nursing; and Technology offered a written summary and an oral or poster presentation of their research.
A total of 20 CIVS projects (10 posters, 10 oral presentations) were presented by 30 students (13 undergraduate, 17 graduate) during the two-day SRD event. (Research projects were evaluated by faculty judges. First, second and third place categorical winners receive cash awards. Below are CIVS student winners:
Graduate Oral Presentation
- · 1st Place-Tyamo Okosun
Title: “Examination of Utility Scale Wind Turbine Wakes”
- · 2nd Place-Nick Walla and Sanjit Basak
Title: “Numerical Simulation of the PUC eddyGTTM Wind Turbine”
Graduate Poster Presentation
- · 1st Place-Jiaxin Hu
Title: “CFD Study of Unit 18 FGD Inlet Duct”
- · 3rd Place-Simin Pang
Title: “CFD Simulation of a Batch Anneal Furnace”