The University of Adelaide Undergraduate Research Conference
The University of Adelaide hosted its fifth annual Undergraduate Research Conference on Thursday 25 July 2019.
This conference offers an exciting opportunity for students and recent graduates to showcase research completed as part of their undergraduate coursework, a summer or other research internship, a research-based degree program, or voluntary work. It is an excellent platform for budding researchers to demonstrate their communication skills, meet students from other disciplines, and learn how other disciplines approach research problems.
Congratulations to the 2019 Winners
Professor Philippa Levy, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Learning) presented awards to the following students:
|Sponsorship for the following students to attend and present at the Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research 2019 (ACUR) from 2-3 October, 2019 at the University of Newcastle:|
|Individual Oral Presenter||Nathan Jones: Pop Psych: The Impact of Music and Lyrics on Emotion
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
|Group Oral Presenters||Bill Voss and Vaibhar Sekhar: Fingerprinting Radio Transmitters using Artificial Intelligence
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
|Faculty of Arts||John Swan: Willy Brandt's Contribution to Peace|
|Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences||Sheldon Patterson: Are Political Extremists More Conspiratorial?|
|Faculty of the Professions||Yee Ting Choi: History and Social issues of Chinese infant formula crisis|
|Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences||Taylor Simpson: If you want to catch the worm, you'd better be the early bird - Acceleration Only Based Control for Intercepting a Highly Maneuverable Target|
|Faculty of Sciences||Carolyn Mitchell: Gender fog: An investigation into sex prevalence in cognitive decline in a juvenile rat model of chemotherapy - induced cognitive impairment.|
Many thanks to our keynote speaker, Natalie Wade
Natalie Wade is the Founder and Principal Lawyer of Equality Lawyers, a law firm focused on everyday legal services for people with disabilities, their families and supporters. Natalie graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2012 with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Adelaide. Read her keynote address here.