Two graduate students from the research-intensive Faculty of Engineering and Design were recognized for their research at Data Day 4.0’s poster competition. The annual conference, hosted by Carleton University’s Institute of Data Science, celebrates the latest developments in data science and analytics research across all disciplines. This year’s event took place on March 29 in Richcraft Hall’s Atrium.

Systems and Computer Engineering master’s student Gurinderbeer Singh was awarded second place for his poster presentation on “Fast and Scalable Multiple Object Tracking.” (Photo: Chris Roussakis)

Systems and Computer Engineering master’s student Gurinderbeer Singh was awarded second place and a cash prize of $500 for his poster presentation on “Fast and Scalable Multiple Object Tracking”, while Nate Fung, a master’s student in Biomedical Engineering, rounded out the top three and received $250 for his poster on “Driver Identification Using In-Car Sensor Data from Naturalistic Driving.”

Biomedical Engineering master’s student Nate Fung placed third with in the competition with his poster on “Driver Identification Using In-Car Sensor Data from Naturalistic Driving.” (Photo: Chris Roussakis)

In addition to the poster competition, Data Day 4.0 also featured panel discussions, a speed networking session and research presentations by Carleton researchers and industry experts. This year’s event was hosted as part of Carleton University’s 75th anniversary celebration.

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