In the Student Spotlight: Oct. 5, 2018

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  • Undergraduate researcher Christopher Whitney and SICCS professor Frédéric Loulergue will present their work on AI applications in Guangzhou, China, on Oct. 8 and will appear in the Advanced and Trusted Computing 2018 proceedings. Using computer-aided theorem provers, the two have formally shown the correctness of an efficient AI algorithm.
  • Graduate students Hao Wang, Hongpan Wu and Junting Chen received third place in the 2018 Annual Student Poster Competition of ASCE Arizona Section for their project “Development of Instrumented Bikes for Sensing Pavement Conditions.” Their work is supervised by Chun-Hsing Ho and Kyle Winfree.
  • The Lumberjack Marching Band performed the halftime show at the Arizona Cardinals football game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 30. This was the band’s second performance outside Flagstaff this season, four weeks after the NAU football road game against the University of Texas at El Paso. The LMB performed selections from its 2018 show, The Music of Queen.
  • Senior Tyler Day was named the Big Sky Conference Male Cross Country Athlete of the Week following his third place overall finish at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational. Day led the field for the NAU runners as the team won its fourth Nuttycombe title in six years. He ran the 8K event in just 23:20.9, a 20-second improvement over his time from last year. This is Day’s first time as the Big Sky Conference Male XC Athlete of the Week.


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