CLST Professor Maurizo Forte, Graduate Student Katherine McCusker, and team win at the 2017 Duke Research Computing Symposium!
Congratulations are in order for Professor Maurizio Forte and his team for winning the 3rd place award for their poster "Rediscovering a hidden city: Exploring Vulci through remote sensing" at the 2017 Duke Research Computing Symposium on Data Visualization and Computing. The victory was the first and the only one in the Humanities. The team included CLST's Dr. Forte and Graduate Student Katherine McCusker, as well as David Johnston, Everette Newton, and Nevio Danelon, Special congratulations to Katherine McCusker who prepared the poster and made it very appealing for the competition!
Thanks go to the Office of Information Technology, the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, and Duke University Libraries for providing the fundamental support for the symposium. The symposium helped to increase awareness of the fine and ingenious scholarship that Duke researchers conduct.
It's never too late to begin on your poster submission for next year. The prizes, as usual, will be fabulous!