Graduate Student Symposium

Graduate Engineering Student Advisory Board:

GeSAB Executive Team:

  • Matthew Boeding, PhD in Engineering, specializing in Computer Engineering (President)
  • Zina Ebrahim, PhD in Engineering, specializing in Construction Engineering and Management (Vice-President)
  • Ethan Triplett, PhD in Engineering, specializing in Computer Engineering (Primary Programmer)

Members:

  • Youra Moeun, PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Abdelrahman Awawdeh, PhD in Engineering, specializing in Construction Engineering and Management
  • Khalid Alkady, PhD in Civil Engineering, specializing in Structural Engineering
  • Alyssa Grube, PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Qusai Alomari, PhD in Civil Engineering, specializing in Structural Engineering

Contact
Questions? Please contact Dr. Kayla Person (Director of Engineering Graduate Programs) at kperson4@unl.edu, or Cameron Adams (Administrative Associate) at cadams@unl.edu

  • 3 in 5 Competition Presentation
    3 in 5 Competition Presentation
  • 3 in 5 Competition Presentation
    3 in 5 Competition Presentation
  • Keynote Speaker
    Keynote Speaker
  • Keynote Speaker
    Keynote Speaker
  • Poster Session
    Poster Session
  • Poster Session
    Poster Session
  • Session Talk
    Session Talk
  • Session Talk
    Session Talk



The College of Engineering’s Graduate Student Advisory Board (GeSAB) is hosting the 4th annual Graduate Student Symposium on Friday, February 24th, 2023 from 9 am – 5 pm (location: TBD), during Engineer's Week (E-Week) 2023.

Engineering graduate students will present keynotes and session talks, and compete in the 3-in-5 Pitch Competition and Poster/Research Session. To view the 2023 schedule and topics click the link above. The symposium will be delivered in-person in 2023. Applications and registration is NOW OPEN!


Keynotes

25 minute talks which encompasses a holistic view of an engineering topic. 

Session Talks

A series of 15-minute presentations that share a commonality. These sessions are open to showcase research at all stages. Examples include: research ideas, review of a topic, proposals, and research results.

3-in-5 Pitch Competition

Participants will have 3 slides to promote their idea to a panel of judges in 5 minutes with no question and answer period. Judges will represent multiple disciplines.

trophy-1(vote-rewards) Grand Prize is $500

Poster/Research Session

Expanding the traditional poster session format, participants will present their research through various means. Judges will represent multiple disciplines.

trophy-1(vote-rewards) Grand Prize is $500