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Three ECE Undergraduate Research Students Represent GS at the Poster on the Capitol Event

On March 27, three Electrical and Computer Engineering undergraduate students represented Georgia Southern University at the Georgia State Capitol building in Atlanta, GA. as participants in the 1st annual Posters-at-the-Capitol.

From the left, Dr. Rami Haddad (research mentor), Wesley O’Quinn (GS senior EE student), Andrew Kalaani (GS junior EE student), and Dr. Youakim Kalaani (ECE Dept. Chair).

The one-day event gave qualifying undergraduate students from different universities across the State of Georgia the opportunity to showcase faculty-mentored research posters before legislators as well as students and faculty of other schools.

Under the mentorship of Dr. Rami Haddad, GS participated in two posters out of 41 total posters presented. Wesley O’Quinn, a senior electrical engineering student presented his research in the area of improving the diagnosis of Pneumonia, while Andrew Kalaani and Justin McCorkle, both junior electrical engineering students presented their research in the area of Brain-Computer-Interface using electroencephalogram (EEG).

GS junior electrical engineering major Andrew Kalaani, right, with state Sen. Jack Hill, R-District 4, left. during the first annual “Posters at the Capitol” event.

GS senior electrical engineering major Wesley O’Quinn, right, with state Sen. Ben Watson, R-District 1, left. during the first annual “Posters at the Capitol” event.



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