Computer science undergraduate student Kathryn Rohlfing was among 60 Iowa State undergraduate students selected to present their research at National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).
Rohlfing and software engineering undergraduate student Cameron Brecount will be co-presenting their research entitled "SafeWalk: Software Engineering of a Jetpack Simulator." They are supervised by Department of Computer Science Assistant Professor James Lathrop and Professor Robyn Lutz.
The 34th annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research took place online April 12-14. About 4,000 undergraduate students from across the U.S. present their research at this annual conference, the country's largest undergraduate research conference. This year will mark the fourth year ISU students will attend NCUR. In addition to presenting their research and scholarship, these students also will have networking and professional development opportunities.
Iowa State students selected to present their research at NCUR can be found here.