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Graduate Research Conference

Sat., Feb. 6, 2021 10:00 a.m. - Sat., Feb. 6, 2021 4:00 p.m.

Contact: Ben Freitag

The Graduate Research Conference is an opportunity for graduate students to present their research in either a poster or presentation format. Everything will be done via Zoom this year. We will have break out rooms and you will be able to self select which room you attend. Everyone who does a presentation or presents a poster will receive a certificate from Grad Studies and a $30 gift card from your generous Graduate Student Association. 

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Zoom:

https://uregina-ca.zoom.us/j/97404803957

10:00 AM - Noon
Presentations

Shayan Jamil Water/wastewater system assessment 
Angèle Poirier Recreational cannabis pricing in Canada
Maegan Krajewski  Digging In: Preliminary Findings of a Community Garden Expansion Project  
Haijun Gao Increasing cell throughput in LTE-A small cell environments
Nima Karimi Thermal Heterogeneity in the Proximity of Engineered Landfills
Delasi Essien Indigenization in Nursing Education Programs in Saskatchewan: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Khaysa Osmanli Population Centers and Seasonality of Birth Oscillations of Canadian Prairie Provinces
Bruno Ferrazzi Mirror Study for an Aerogel Ring Imaging Cherenkov Detector

Noon - 1:00
Lunch Break

1:00 - 2:00
Poster Session

Vasu Maddineni Photo catalytic conversation of methane
Angèle Poirier Optimal pricing of legal cannabis
Moura Khair  Combined Effects of Age and Sex on Gait Variability, Fractal Dynamics and Gait Autocorrelation

2:00
Workshops

For presenters:

  • Please prepare a five minute presentation about your research for a general audience
  • There will be two minutes for questions 
  • A slide deck is recommended
  • You will receive private feedback from your presentation from professors but not necessarily from your area
  • The sessions will be online and public
  • Please register before January 31

For posters:

  • Please prepare a poster for a general audience
  • You will have an individual breakout room where you will share your poster via your screen 
  • You will receive private feedback from professors but not necessarily from your area
  • The session is public
  • Please register before January 31

Designing a Research Poster (16 min)
Dr. Chris Yost - Associate Vice-President (Research)
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