Third Annual Research Day
The Third Annual Research Day was held on March 5, 2020.
View the entire recording above, or skip to the links below to view recordings of individual keynote presentations.
At the College of Engineering, research is one of the most important things we do. Events such as this give us a chance to share our work with members of the campus community and the general public through both the poster sessions and keynote speakers. We had an impressive turnout this year; this reflects well on the work of our College!
Our 2020 keynote presentations focus on our four Pillars of Pursuit:
Educating Engineering Leaders
Video: Is ‘Soft Skills’ a Misnomer? Insights from Cognitive Neuroscience
Biomedical Innovations and Challenges
Video: Squaring the Life Curve with Proactive Healthcare Technology
Big Data Analytics and Cloud Computing
Video:Will the Real Artificial Intelligence Please Stand Up?
For more information, contact Shelley Hilton.
2019 Keynote Speech
Visit for the full 2019 playlist.
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