Channels Scholar Seminar: Natalie McGuckin
Join us online March 18, 2 PM (EDT)
As part of our Spring Student Research Seminar Series, CSoI is delighted to host one of our Channels Scholars, Natalie McGuckin.
Natalie will present her research working with faculty mentor Dr. Mark Daniel Ward on "Building Visualization Tools for Mathematical Structure".
Zoom Link: https://Purdue-edu.zoom.us/j/98994396273
Seminar Poster (Print PDF)
Title: Building Visualization Tools for Mathematical Structure
Natalie McGuckin is an undergraduate student pursuing a double major in Data Visualization and Web Programming & Design at Purdue University. On campus, Natalie serves the Data Mine Learning Community as a Resident Assistant. Prior to this role she was the inaugural Chair of the Data Mine Advisory Board. This is her 3rd year participating in the Data Mine Learning Community. In this Learning Community, she acts as a Corporate Partner Mentor for the Corporate Partner’s cohort. Natalie is most passionate about her research. This is her third year as a Data Science, Mathematical Modeling, and Visualization Researcher. She enjoys learning new tools and techniques to expand her Data Visualization and Data Science skills.