Chloe Zhang Wins Award at AS&E Graduate Research Symposium

April 1, 2024
Chloe Zhang

Congratulations to Chloe Zhang, PhD candidate in Biomedical Engineering, for winning "best presentation" at the AS&E Graduate Research SymposiumZhang's poster, titled "Towards quantifying cerebral blood flow of patients undergoing extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) with diffuse correlation spectroscopy (DCS) and speckle contrast optical spectroscopy (SCOS)", was recognized alongside two other engineering student posters in this year's "engineering and math" category.

The 3rd annual AS&E Graduate Research Symposium was held on March 27, 2024.  Approximately 50 graduate students showcased their research posters spanning four disciplines. Outstanding presentations were recognized with $300 awards. The event drew over 200 attendees from the University community, including students, staff, faculty, and alumni, who gathered to explore the research posters and celebrate the research being done by graduate students in the schools of Hajim School of Engineering, and the School of Arts & Sciences.

Faculty and staff served as judges and the following students were awarded prizes for best poster(s) in their discipline: 

From left: Samantha Steiner (humanities); Tyler Mason (engineering and math), Frank Cwitkowitz (engineering and math); Manasvi Patwa (People’s Choice); Hafsa Irfan (natural science);Princeton Chee (social science); and Chloe Zhang (engineering and math). 

The event was co-sponsored by the AS&E Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs (GEPA) office and the Office of Alumni Relations and Constituent Engagement. Winner announcements and remarks were made by the Dean of Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs Nick Vamivakas.

Congratulations to Chloe, and to all the students who presented at the symposium!


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