ADK Semester Final Presentation – Mercury Accumulation in Vernal Pool of the ADK Mountains

Please join us to hear these presentations. Two versions are available – one on November 16 for a general audience, and another on November 17 for a more scientific audience.   Mercury Accumulation in Vernal Pools of the Adirondack Mountains and Upper St. Lawrence River Valley Tuesday, November 17, 2020 6:30 – 8:00 pm Via Zoom – Register Here Abstract: Over … Continue reading ADK Semester Final Presentation – Mercury Accumulation in Vernal Pool of the ADK Mountains

ADK Semester Final Presentation – Pools to People to Policy: A Story of Mercury in the Adirondacks

Please join us to hear these presentations. Two versions are available – one on November 16 for a general audience, and another on November 17 for a more scientific audience.   Pools to People to Policy: A Story of Mercury in the Adirondacks Monday, November 16, 2020 6:30 – 8:00pm Via Zoom – Register Here Abstract: Over the course of the … Continue reading ADK Semester Final Presentation – Pools to People to Policy: A Story of Mercury in the Adirondacks

Ignite Speaker Series – November 10, 2020 2 PM

Learn about EO processes developed by Dr. Yang Yang and his research team, and how they have recently been validated in real environments at pilot scales.

Opportunity to participate in biometric research as a subject

Dr. Stephanie Schuckers, Clarkson University, is performing biometric research and is looking for subjects willing to participate in the study titled ‘Performance and Security of Multimodal Biometrics’. This research involves the collection of fingerprints; all images will be collected over a series of 2 visits with standard biometric devices or devices made from commercially available components. In … Continue reading Opportunity to participate in biometric research as a subject

Data Collection on Mobile Phones

Dr. Daqing Hou, Clarkson University, performs research in the area of biometrics and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts.  You must be >18 years of age to participate.  The project involves the study of continuous human computing activity, specifically keyboard activity to determine their effectiveness (either alone or in conjunction … Continue reading Data Collection on Mobile Phones

Participate in a Research Project (keyboard typing data collection on desktop computers)

Dr. Daqing Hou, Dr. Mahesh Banavar, and Dr. Stephanie Schuckers, Clarkson University, perform research in the area of biometrics and are looking for subjects willing to participate in their research efforts.  You must be 18 years of age or older to participate.  The project involves the study of continuous human computing activity, specifically keyboard activity … Continue reading Participate in a Research Project (keyboard typing data collection on desktop computers)

Faculty Research Development Program

To help faculty successfully develop their research programs, Sponsored Research Services is hosting a series of virtual discussion group sessions. The session for November 13, 2020, (12 – 1:30 p.m.) is: NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program WorkshopPresented by Dr. Trish Lowney The discussion will provide information about the NSF CAREER proposal development process.     Join Zoom Meetinghttps://clarkson.zoom.us/j/99652087800 Meeting ID: 996 … Continue reading Faculty Research Development Program

Ignite Speaker Series – November 3, 2020 2 PM

This week’s Speaker Series will introduce you to the plague of harmful algae blooms caused by microbial Cyanobacteria. Join us on Zoom to discover the causes for these blooms and the best solutions for protecting our waters.

Participate in a Research Project (keyboard typing data collection on desktop computers

Dr. Daqing Hou, Dr. Mahesh Banavar, and Dr. Stephanie Schuckers, Clarkson University, perform research in the area of biometrics and are looking for subjects willing to participate in their research efforts.  You must be 18 years of age or older to participate.  The project involves the study of continuous human computing activity, specifically keyboard activity … Continue reading Participate in a Research Project (keyboard typing data collection on desktop computers

Data Collection on Mobile Phones

Dr. Daqing Hou, Clarkson University, performs research in the area of biometrics and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts.  You must be >18 years of age to participate.  The project involves the study of continuous human computing activity, specifically keyboard activity to determine their effectiveness (either alone or in conjunction … Continue reading Data Collection on Mobile Phones