Research at Rochester
Research Rochester: Polashenski uses digital media technology to preserve history
Polashenski’s immersion in the project offers her insights into the intimate details and personalities of the Seward family. “William Henry Seward’s dad is the funniest character in the family,” she said. “He constantly writes that he’s dying about 20 years before he actually dies to guilt his son into visiting him.”
Research Rochester: Computational physicist Tetef studies mysterious subatomic particles
“Something broke the early symmetry between matter and antimatter in the universe,” Manly said. “This gives origin to the predominance of matter. Without it, we wouldn’t be here.”
Research Rochester: Senior Lim engages in diverse research experiences
Lim’s senior design project will involve 3D printing, which is unrelated to the research she has done independently. She is currently doing research using electroencephalogram (EEG) technology to decode the relationship between hearing and vision.
Research Rochester: Hoang’s psychology research connects to her Vietnamese roots
Hoang wanted to connect her interest in psychology with her Vietnamese roots. She began working with Thuy-Vy Nguyen in the psychology department at UR to investigate parent-child relationships in Asian cultures.
Research Rochester: Mislati uses ultrasound to research cancer
Mislati didn’t expect to become involved in biomedical research as an ECE major. “As an engineer, you start off here thinking you’re just going to work with hardware. ECE allows you to work with systems,” Mislati said.
Research Rochester: For Professor Ghaemmaghami, Research is a Labor of Love
Ghaemmaghami became interested in biochemistry when he got involved in research as an undergraduate at McMaster University in Canada.
Research Rochester: Mouton champions diversity and resilience in academia
Last year, Mouton fought to establish the Womanist club on campus. After much debate, the club was granted recognition last spring.
Research Rochester: Betancourt investigates wound-healing abilities of the naked mole rat
Naked mole rats have exceptional longevity: while a mouse might live for a maximum of five years, there have been reports of 34-year-old naked mole rats.
Research Rochester: Kapner enriches Rochester community through linguistics
In Professor Grimm’s lab, Kapner studies nouns that could be perceived as non-specific — termed “weak definites.”