Student wins 1st prize at research conference
Undergraduate student Patrick Donovan took first prize in the mathematical and computational sciences category at the McGill Faculty of Science Undergraduate Research Colloquium.
The Faculty of Science held its Second Undergraduate Research Colloquium today, and our student Patrick Donovan won first prize in the mathematical and computational sciences category for his summer research project titled Network Flows: Confluent, Halffluent and Bifurcated, supervised by Adrian Vetta. Many congratulations to Patrick for his excellent work! All our students deserve congratulations for both their work and their presentations.
Computer science students participating in the Colloquium, from left to right: Patrick Donovan, Jessee Doherty, Caitlin Philips, and Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert. Photo credit: Owen Egan.