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WiSE Webinar: Graduate Student Speaking Opportunity

Old Dominion University

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The IEEE Women in Systems Engineering (WiSE), in collaboration with the Hampton Roads International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) chapter invites you to a graduate student sprint highlighting the ODU Batten College of Engineering and Technology women doctoral students. In this webinar, ten students in engineering PhD programs will present brief overviews of their research. Students will be limited to two slides and five minutes for their presentations. 

  • Gayane Grigoryan: Explainable Artificial Intelligence Methods
  • Cansu Yalim: Automated Prioritization of Maintenance Work Orders with NLP Sentiment Analysis         
  • Teresa Crater: A Systems Theory Based Framework for Uncertainty in Complex System Governance     
  • Pacifique Munezero: Next generation modeling language SysML v2 and 'ilities'               
  • Jayani Edirisooriyage: Low-frequency harmonic spectrum for biological molecule and cell detection     
  • Sue Caskey: Resilience of Governance
  • Kieu-Trang: A theoretical MBSE Framework of families of weapon systems through Standardization of Modularity and Reusability         
  • Sujatha Alla: An Integrated Theoretical Socio-Technical Readiness Framework for Implementing Service Robots Integration in Healthcare       
  • Marlene Lichty: Improving sustainability/resiliency plans by understanding the intersection of behavior and environment.   
  • Busra Bocekli: Can “Did You Feel It?” intensity data be used in ground motion modeling?