The Student Conference in Science and Technology 2021
The Student Conference at the Faculty of Science and Technology was held online Monday October 18 at 13.15-15.
We congratulate Adriana M. Cintrón Santiago, masterstudent in biology, and Sigfrid Stjärnholm, masterstudent in physics - both won the prize for best student presentation!
This year we welcomed Malin Östman, CEMUS, as invited speaker. Malin reflected on the current crisis and what roles we as students or teachers can play: Education in troubled times: the role of students and educators in times of climate change and crisis.
After the invited speaker students presented in two parallel session.
Izabel Eriksson: How Honey is Saving the Jaguar Population of Calakmul
Sigfrid Stjärnholm: Reconstructing the direction of a neutrino using neural networks
Carlos Enrique Torres Méndez: Design of an electrochemical biosensor for the detection of
Influenza virus A H1N1 hemagglutinin in saliva
Vitor Jose Shen: Simulation of Detector Response for Neutron at High and Intermediate Energy
Kim Lea Holzmann: Battle of the damselflies – will climate change affect competitive interactions
Eduardo Mateos González: Holography: the property that may help us combine Quantum
Mechanics and General Relativity
Adriana M. Cintrón Santiago: Hacking for Conservation: Recovering an Endangered Raptor
Fahmidazaman Irin: Detection and characterization of Wolbachia endosymbiont in Swedish
Christian Gruber: Backscattering Imaging in an Atomic Force Microscope
Oliver Sundin: How to save a turtle paradise
Chen Huang: EYM Recursion Relation in Scattering Amplitudes