UMass Lowell Students Present Research Posters

The America East Research Symposium, hosted in its inaugural year by Binghamton University, offered undergraduate students from all disciplines an opportunity to present their current research at poster presentations in front of students, faculty, and administrators. The Symposium, taking place on Friday, April 12th as part of Binghamton University Research Days brought together students, faculty, and staff engaged in research, scholarship, and creative collaborations the university community. The event showcased the diversity of undergraduate research and creative interdisciplinary collaborations across our conference membership and a venue to share the results of multidisciplinary research across our campuses.

Matthew Demoy – creating an app to measure and improve sleep
Greg Reimonn – exploring emerging solutions for microplastic pollution
Sabrina Apel and Jessica Allen – researching antibiotic resistant bacteria

Leaksmy Heng – ETF, mispricing, and arbitrage
Katherine Vail – researching robotics actuators for bio-inspired flight
Andrew Burns – “Space Hauc” Satellite development funded by NASA
Kelly Lewis – exploring the relationship between toxic emissions and autism prevalence
Michael Wile – developing a system for secure vendor onboarding and management
Patricia Ferreira and Matthew Smalley – researching the role of self-esteem on alcohol attitudes