Yunshu Du‘s research on Data Mining the Cougarcard for Student Fitness, ranked 2nd in the “Administrative & Information Systems” category during the 2017 Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) Research Exposition held last Friday. The competition only accepted 55% of submitted abstracts, and only 15% of the presenters are receiving awards. Yunshu will receive a scholarship money and will be awarded a plaque at the GPSA Excellence Awards Luncheon on Monday, April 17th.
Congratulations from your IRL Lab family!!!
IRL Lab members Bei Peng, Yunshu Du and Shivam Goel presented their research work in the 2017 Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA) Research Exposition held at the Compton Union Building, Senior Ballroom on March 31, 2017. During the research exposition, Shivam Goel had a rare opportunity of presenting his research to President Kirk Schulz.
The GPSA Research Exposition is an opportunity for WSU graduate and professional students to showcase their research work that allows networking with fellow WSU graduate student, professors, researchers, and industry representatives as well as to the general public.
Below are links to their research posters:
Curriculum Design for Machine Learners in Sequential Decision Tasks by Bei Peng
Data Mining the Cougarcard for Student Fitness by Yunshu Du
Bird Deterrence with Drones: Engineering a Smart Scarecrow by Shivam Goel