National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Ten computer science students presented projects at the 29th Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR 2015), April 16-18, 2015, hosted by the Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Wash.

The two individual projects that were presented included “Deep Analysis of the Security of Mobile Applications” by Walter Squires '16 and “Author Attribution of Thomas Paine Work Using Stylistic Features and Machine Learning Algorithms” by Sean Campbell '16.

Group projects included "AnemiaNova" by Orlando Barreiro ‘15, Joshua Espinosa ‘15, Brandon McNamara ’15 and Damir Hodzic ‘15. AnemiaNova is an iOS application that is used as a study tool for diagnosis of various hemolytic disorders. Another group project was “iSoothe” by Michael Brown ‘15, Jeffrey Robinette ‘15, Monica Suleiman ‘15, and Costas Vrahimis ’15. iSoothe is a software application intended to aid a person who engages in non-suicidal self-injury.