The Student Conference in Science and Technology 2023
The conferece took place at Ångström on Monday, October 16 13:15 - 15:00 in Sonja Lyttkens and Heinz-Otto Kreiss rooms.
Two student presentations were rewarded a prize for best presentation:
Erik Bashore, Master student in Physics
Anna af Klercker, Bachelor student in Biology.
More information and abstracts in the program. You can watch some of the presentations:
Ralph Scheicher, Dept of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University
Nanopores - bridging life sciences and nanotechnology
Imagine pulling DNA through a nanometer-sized opening! Imagine reading its letters, A, C, G, T, as they zip through that tiny hole! Imagine thus sequencing an entire human genome within a few hours! - You can stop imagining now. This is real and I will talk about it.
Fiona Skerman Dept of Mathematics, Uppsala University
Communicty Structure in Networks - with an interlude on random graphics
We take a look at the graph theory behind the most commonly used community detection algorithms for large network data sets.
Sigurd Vargdal, Master student in Physics. Mixing Enhancement with Two Phase Flow in Porous Media
Anna af Klercker, Bachelor student in Biology. Asgard archaea: Microbial gods of wrecking our family tree.
Zuxian He, Master student in Physics. Symmetry in six-dimensional superconformal space.
Ankur Roy, Master student in Computer Science. The State of Commercial Quantum Computing
Erik Bashore, Master student in Physics. The Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm
Robert Tonoian, Master student in Biology. Bacteriophage engineering for targeting bacterial surface protein
Charles Praum, Master student in Physics. Ambiguities in Theoretical Physics: An Example from String Theory
Rebekka Fähnrich, Master student in Physics. Gaussian Mixture Models for Stellar Stream Detection