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CEMS Highlight: UVM AERO

In the Spotlight

12-02-2016

Close to You

Stretching between Votey Hall, home to the University of Vermont’s College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, and the Larner College of Medicine’s Medical Education Center is a jumble of chain link fences, construction equipment and hulking, partially built structures – ground zero of an ambitious construction ...

12-02-2016

Alternative Energy Racing Organization: Racing Toward the Future

In May of 2016, UVM’s Alternative Energy Racing Organization (AERO) club presented their electric car at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)/Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Hybrid International Competition. But the path to this year’s competition was rockier than usual. After having some setbacks ...

11-29-2016

Just Released! Fall Summit 2016

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11-22-2016

Modeling the Evolution of Drug Resistance in Malaria

Maggie Eppstein, professor and chair of computer science and founding director of the Vermont Complex Systems Center, has long been interested in studying evolution on fitness landscapes in both evolutionary computation (search algorithms inspired by evolution) and computational evolution (using computational simulations to try to ...

11-20-2016

The Deeper Story in the Data

The way Nick Strayer '15 tells the story, it seems simple. How did he get a post as a data journalist at The New York Times a few months after he graduated from UVM? “They contacted me,” he says. A captivating narrative in three words. But beneath it—like the interactive visualizations, maps, and other stories he has created ...

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