GGC information technology majors presented an online talk about their summer research project





 

GGC information technology majors Hieu Dinh, '19, Joshua Walton, '20, and Anthony Morariu, '20, presented an online talk about their summer research project, “Analysim.tech: A data sharing site for crowdsourcing analysis of parameter-search datasets,” in the tutorial session on "Methods from Data Science for Model Simulation, Analysis, and Visualization" at the 29th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting. This international conference was held virtually in July. The students were supervised by Drs. Anca Doloc-Mihu and Cengiz Gunay, both assistant professors of information technology.

Drs. Anca Doloc-Mihu and Cengiz Gunay presented a three-hour tutorial session at the 29th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting

Dr. Anca Doloc-Mihu
Dr. Anca Doloc-Mihu
Dr. Cengiz Gunay
Dr. Cengiz Gunay


 

Drs. Anca Doloc-Mihu and Cengiz Gunay, both assistant professors of information technology, presented the three-hour tutorial session, "Methods from Data Science for Model Simulation, Analysis, and Visualization," at the 29th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting. This international conference was held virtually in July. 

Dr. Ellen Rafshoon authored a chapter in the book “Suffrage at 100: Women’s and American Politics Since 1920”

Dr. Ellen Rafshoon
Dr. Ellen Rafshoon
Michelle Samson
Michelle Samson


 

Dr. Ellen Rafshoon, authored the chapter, “Pave-it-Blue: Georgia Women and Politics in the Trump Era,” in the book, “Suffrage at 100: Women’s and American Politics Since 1920.” Her chapter covers the emergence of progressive women's activism in Georgia since 2016, based on oral interviews with first-time women candidates and politicians in Georgia. The research was funded in part by a GGC SEED Grant, which included hiring GGC alumna, Michelle Samson, ’19, history, to assist.