Sigma Xi’s mission is “to enhance the health of the research enterprise, foster integrity in science and engineering, and promote the public’s understanding of science for the purpose of improving the human condition.”
Two College of Sciences researchers won the Best Faculty Paper Award:
Grigoriev won for the paper, “Robust learning from noisy, incomplete, high-dimensional experimental data via physically constrained symbolic regression.” The study appeared in Nature Communications.
Ng won for four papers:
“Evaluation of particle filtration efficiency of commercially available materials for homemade face mask usage,” Aerosol Science and Technology.
“Formation of Oxidized Gases and Secondary Organic Aerosol from a Commercial Oxidant-Generating Electronic Air Cleaner,” Environmental Science and Technology Letters.
Four College of Sciences graduate students are also recognized.
Best Ph.D. Thesis Awards:
Yuchen He, School of Mathematics
Advisor: Sung Ha Kang
Title: "Mathematical and data-driven pattern representation with applications in image processing, computer graphics, and infinite dimensional dynamical data mining"
Suttipong “Jay” Suttapitugsakul, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Advisor: Ronghu Wu
Title: "MS-based chemical proteomics studies of extracellular glycoproteins: identification, quantification, and dynamics"
Best M.S. Thesis Award:
Charles Ross Lindsey, School of Biological Sciences
Advisor: Frank Rosenzweig
Title: "Phylotranscriptomics points to multiple independent origins of multicellularity and cellular differentiation in the Volvocine algae"
The Sigma Xi Georgia Tech Chapter awards ceremony is scheduled for April, preceding the Georgia Tech faculty awards ceremony. Learn more.