Published on February 14th, 2017 | by editor0
Back in August 2016, we shared with you on our blog that Ricky Salgado and Emiliano Velasquez, students from Professor Hellen Colman’s Math 299 class, did a research on Topological Complexity for Driverless Vehicles that was published electronically in this journal.
Today, we are excited to announce that those students were selected to present their work at USTARS 2017 (Underrepresented Students in Topology and Algebra Research Symposium) in Amherst College, Massachusetts. This is a NSF sponsored conference which brings together students from universities such as:
University of Texas at Austin
Iowa State University
University of Notre Dame
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Virginia Tech University of California
Berkeley Purdue University
This time, Wright College will be added to the list.
The students are very excited about this opportunity and they are already working on the poster they will present in March in Amherst.
We are really thrilled and proud of Ricky, Emiliano, and Professor Colman for their accomplishment.