PP107 Minisymposterium: Broader Engagement Program

Wednesday, March 1

Minisymposterium: Broader Engagement Program

4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Room: Galleria

Chair: Mary Ann E. Leung
Sustainable Horizons Institute, USA

Simulating Black Widow Pulsar system with radiation hydrodynamics abstract
Maria Guadalupe Barrios Sazo, Stony Brook University

Enhancing Dark Matter Detection with Density Functional Theory: Crystal Defects in a Germanium Detector abstractWendi K. Sapp, University of South Dakota

Searching For Fast Matrix Multiplication Algorithms abstract
Kathryn Margaret Zuhr Rouse, Wake Forest University

Self-Similarity in Level Set Trees of Geometric Random Walks abstract Anna-Sophia Hirst, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Offline-Enhanced Reduced Basis Method through adaptive construction of the Surrogate Parameter Domain abstract Jiahua Jiang, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Chlorophenols Sorption on Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: DFT Modeling and Structure-Property Relationship Analysis abstract Marquita Renee Watkins, Jackson State University

Glucose-dependence of Renin-angiotensin system in podocytes cells during diabetic kidney disease abstract Minu Pilvankar, Oklahoma State University

High-Throughput Prediction of Bacteriophage Structure and Lifestyle Implication abstract Diana Y. Lee, San Diego State University

Impact of Violence on Allostatic Load in African American Young Adults abstract Latifa Jackson, Howard University

Troll Hunter: Understanding Online Hate Speech and Collective Behaviors abstract Chrys M. Watson Ross, University of New Mexico

The Security, Privacy, and Usability Triangle: Improving the Usability of Software Auto Update Mechanisms abstract Heriberto A. Acosta-Maestre, Nova Southeastern University