Poster Exhibition

**Sponsored by the Student Affairs Office and the Student Engineering Council**


The Annual Poster Exhibition Competition (sponsored by the Cockrell School Student Affairs Office and the Student Engineering Council), was held on Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM in the ETC “T-Room” Atrium, and was a wonderful opportunity for engineering undergraduates to present their research findings to a panel of judges (including EAB members, professors, and graduate students).

We would like to thank you for participating in this year’s exhibition! We had an amazing turn out and had a lot of great posters! Below are the winners of the competition. Cash prizes were awarded to the top 3 in both the underclassmen (Freshmen/Sophomores) and upperclassmen (Juniors/Seniors) division. 1st place was $300, 2nd place was $200, and 3rd place was $100.

Congratulations to the 2014 participants!


1st place: Noor Momin, BME, “Bending Membranes: Protein-Protein Steric Pressure”

2nd place: Emily Fung, ChE, “Towards Optimization of a Fluorescence-based in vivo RNA Structural Probing Assay”

3rd place (tie): Karthik Choutagunta, EE, “Signal Processing for Optical Fiber Communications”

3rd place (tie): Jeffrey Self, ChE, “Block Co-polymer Interfacial Control: Topcoat Design”


1st place: Allison Wagman, ChE, “Yeast Promoter Mutations by Nucleosome Affinity”

2nd place: William Conrad Beck, ChE, “Chemical EOR: Towards Ultimate Recover”

3rd placeAnkit Sharma, EE, “Optoelectronic Properties of CVD grown MoS2 Nanowalls”


For reference, the guidelines for the 2014 competition are listed below :

A judging panel composed of graduate students, professors, and alumni will grade your presentation on the following criteria:

  • Creativity
  • Originality
  • Articulation of Research
  • Visual Appeal of Poster

The rules for the poster exhibition are as follows:

  • Posters must be 32″ high by 40″ wide (or smaller), and in landscape orientation;
  • Only research done between January 2013 and April 2014 is eligible to be displayed.


For poster design assistance, the Office of Undergraduate Research is hosting poster design classes and workshops. contains the upcoming dates. Register to attend.

Affordable printing can be done through the Natural Sciences Research Department.

If you’re in financial need to print your poster, the Student Affairs Office has scholarships available. Contact for more information.


Please don’t hesitate to contact with any questions/comments/concerns.