The UNM STEM Student Symposium 2018 would like to formally invite you to our upcoming event.
This year’s research symposium will be held February 17, 2018 at University of New Mexico’s Student Union Building. It is a free, annual, student led collaborative effort between UNM’s Graduate Student Associations, namely: Nanoscience and Microsystems Engineering, Chemical and Biological Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering.
The primary focus of this event is to give graduate students within STEM fields a platform to present their research findings to the general public. This will be done through conference style student talks and poster presentations which will be headlined by talks from experts in chosen fields.
2018 Speakers From
Dean Christos Christodoulou - UNM
Dr. Sanchari Chowdhury - New Mexico Tech
2017 Guest Speakers From
Los Alamos National Labs
New Mexico State University
Space Innovation Directorate
University of New Mexico
2016 Guest Speakers From
Air Force Research Laboratory
Albuquerque Economic Development Department
Los Alamos National Laboratories
Sandia National Laboratories
27 Graduate Student Presentations From the Departments of
Graduate Oral Presentations
1st – “Deposition of High Quality Ferroelectric Thin Film PVDF by Thermally Modulated Spin Coating”
2nd – “Enhancing Structural Visual Inspection of Railroad Bridges Using HoloLens”
3rd – “Stress-Directed Compositional Patterning of Compound Semiconductors to Create 2D Quantum Dot Arrays: Path to Mechanically Triggered Circuits”
Graduate Poster Presentations
1st – “Achieving High Loadings of Thermally Stable Single Atom Platinum on Ceria”
2nd – “Fabricating and Investigating the Performance of Graphene-supported Palladium Nanocomposites Electrocatalysts in Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells”