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The 4th Annual
Arthur E. Imperatore School of Sciences and Arts
Graduate Student Conference
April 13, 2005
Hayden Hall Lounge
Stevens Society of Graduate Physics Students
Stevens Society of Mathematicians
Graduate Student Society of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Graduate Student Society of Computer Science
8:30am-9:00am: Check in, registration and continental breakfast

9:00am-9:15am: Introductory Remarks

Welcome by Simarna Kaur, Vice-President of GSSCCB Opening remarks by Dr. Arthur E. Imperatore 9:15am-10:00am: Mathematical Sciences Talks

9:15am-9:20am: Introduction: Prof. Robert Gilman “Tutte Sets in Graphs: The complexity of finding tutte sets in graphs” “On the connection between groups and formal languages”
10:00am-10:45am: Computer Science talks

10:00am-10:05am: Introduction: Prof. Stephen L. Bloom 10:05am-10:25am: Michael de Mare “Group Membership using 3SAT” “Boxed Ambients with Communication Interfaces (BACI)”
10:45am-11:15am: Break

11:15am-12:00pm: Chemistry and Chemical Biology

11:15am-11:20am: Introduction from Prof. Francis T. Jones “Collision-induced Dissociation (CID) Mass Spectra of Protonated Benzylamines.” “Surface Priming Affects the Self-Assembly of Hydrogen-Bonded Multilayer Capsules and Films” 12:00pm-12:45pm: Physics and Engineering Physics

12:00pm-12:05pm: Introduction from Prof. Kurt H. Becker “Broadband Attenuation in a TD-THz Setup with Optically Excited Silicon at Room Temperature” “Development and Evaluation of a Bio-Optical Model for Retrieval of Oceanic Chlorophyll
12:45pm-1:00pm: Closing Remarks of oral presentation session
Remarks by Naomi Russo, President of SSM
1:00pm-2:00pm: Lunch

2:00pm-3:30pm: Poster Session (See attachment for a complete list of poster presentations)

3:30pm-4:00pm: Break
4:00pm-5:20pm: Graduate Students’ Issues Forum
Opening Remarks: WeiDong Zhu, President of SSGPS
General Introduction: Maureen Weatherall, Vice President for University Enrollment
& Academic Services-Enrollment Management Discussions of Graduate Student issues with school representatives
5:20pm-5:30pm: Closing Remarks by Maureen Weatherall
List of Poster Presentations
1. Paul Von Dholen - Evolving a Smooth Curve of Initial Conditions under a Time-dependent Two- Medel - A Relational Method for Software Verification 3. Zhiqiang Yang - Privacy-Preserving Bayesian Network Structure Computation on Distributed 4. Aneta Micula - Synthesis of heterocyclic compounds using radical chemistry 5. Constantine M George - SNAP23 Regulates Epithelial Sodium Channel Activity in Xenopus 6. Deepu J. Varughese - Characterization of Ortho-, Meta- and Para-Hydroxyphenyl Ketones by Negative-Ion Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry 7. Hyeunjoo Lee - Characterization of Defensive Chemicals of Two Beetles, Lachnoporus Tyutina - Permeability of thermo-sensitive polymer-containing films formed by hydrogen- 9. Madhurima Singh - Rab GTPase regulate amiloride sensitive epithelial sodium channel in colon 10. Saba Irfan - Evaluation of the Hydrodynamic Properties of Macromolecules using the commercially available Program Hydro and our lab prototype Zeno 11. Simarna Kaur - Cellular Proliferation Promotes Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor and SNARE Protein Translocation Towards Plasma Membrane In A Pancreatic Cancer Cell Line 12. Gang Chen - Miniature Bio-chemical Analytical System Based on Microspectrometer
SanGuo Li - Optical Fiber Gas Sensor for Remote Detection of CH4 Gas in Underground Mines
Jian Lin - Trace Chemical Detection by Laser Absorption Spectroscopy using Quantum
Cascade Lasers and Semiconductor Lasers 15. Jose Lopez – Investigation of High Flux Radical and UV Generation in a Fast-Pulsed Dielectric 16. Matteo Ottaviani - Retrievals in Presence of Sunglint: The future is Looking Bright 17. Kexin Zhang - Simultaneous Retrieval of Atmospheric and Aquatic Parameters in Turbid 18. Yan Zhang - A novel fiber Bragg grating based seismic geophone for oil/gas prospecting 19. WeiDong Zhu - Optical Emission Spectroscopy during Pulsed DC Magnetron Sputtering of TiO2


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