2015 STARS Event

Thursday, September 17, 2015

9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Science Center Auditorium, Room 114


STARS is an event sponsored by the Office for Research to showcase exciting advances in research and scholarship at UD, as well as to foster connections and collaboration among faculty, staff and professional researchers.

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Presentations

Schedule: (click title to read abstract)

9:00 am - Oxygen Supply and Demand: The Human Vasculature’s Impressive Matching Abilities
Anne R. Crecelius, Ph.D., Health and Sport Science

9:30 am - Recent Progress in Wide-Area Surveillance: Protecting Our Pipeline Infrastructure
Vijayan K. Asari, Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering

10:00 am - Threat Morphing in Cyberspace: Moving Beyond Spatial Security
Susan W. Brenner, J.D., Law

10:30 am - Radio Frequency Tomography for Remote and Close-In Sensing
Michael C. Wicks, Ph.D., UDRI — Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

11:00 am - Research in the Scheduling of Production
John J. Kanet, Ph.D., MIS, Operations Management and Decision Sciences

11:30 am - KEYNOTE ADDRESS & LUNCH 
(By RSVP in the Kennedy Union Ballroom)

“The Helix – A Different Way Of Thinking”
Rajan Rajendran, Ph.D., vice president, System Innovation Center and Sustainability
Emerson Climate Technologies
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1:00 pm - Complexity for Simplicity: The Elegance of Variable Geometry Mechanisms
Andrew P. Murray, Ph.D., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

1:30 pm - Callous‐Unemotional Youths at Risk for Offending: The Science of Socialization
Jackson A. Goodnight, Ph.D., Psychology

2:00 pm - Undocumented Fears: Immigration and the Politics of Divide and Conquer
Jamie G. Longazel, Ph.D., Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work

2:30 pm - Novel Treatments in the Fight Against Antibiotic Resistant Microbes and Lung Cancer
Jayne B. Robinson, Ph.D., Biology and Shawn M. Swavey, Ph.D., Chemistry

3:00 pm - PANEL DISCUSSION

"Research Confronting Dogma
Presented by Rites. Rights. Writes.
Moderated by Brian LaDuca, director of ArtStreet.

4:30 pm - Reception
Science Center Auditorium Lobby
 

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(Visitors will need a parking pass. Passes can be obtained from the Visitor's Center next to P lot entering from Stewart street or please Contact Us ahead of time to make arrangements.)