Joe ia a graduate student at the University of Minnesota enrolled in the Graduate Program for Neuroscience doctoral program. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Physics and Computational Neuroscience from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2019. Before studying at the University of Minnesota, He had research experiences in neuroscience, studying epilepsy and seizures, and... Read more
Courtney is a PhD candidate in Computer Science in the Illusioneering Laboratory of Dr, Evan Suma Rosenberg. Her research focuses on novel user interfaces for augmented and virtual reality. Specifically, she develops new techniques that allow novice users to fly UAVs in complex, confined spaces. She is also interested in developing accessible interfaces and interaction... Read more
Mathew Rynes is a PhD candidate in biomedical engineering at the University of Minnesota. He is a member of the Biosensing and Biorobotics Lab under Professor Suhasa B. Kodandaramaiah's group where his research focuses on developing technology for cortex-wide imaging in freely behaving animals and using this technology to answer... Read more
ARCS Foundation in Minnesota is holding a unique event featuring the intersection of science and arts to celebrate our Scientists of the Year for 2023. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 17, 2023, from 5 to 8 pm at the Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota.
“If you can’t smell anything, that’s the best” is a saying that circulates the atmospheric science community. Coty Jen, ARCS Minnesota Chapter Scholar Alumni and current professor at Carnegie Mellon University, joined this community once she chose to use her degrees in chemical and mechanical engineering to study... Read more
Lola Fredrickson passed away February 15 after a brave battle with cancer.
Lola was instrumental in founding the Minnesota chapter of ARCS Foundation. In 2008, Lola was called on by the University of Minnesota to assemble a group of women who had a few things in common – passion about science... Read more