Student Research Conference
What is SRC?
The Student Research Conference (SRC) is an annual event sponsored by the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (CPMS) that gives both graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to present their research in a professional conference setting.
Students who have participated in past conferences cite the SRC as a valuable experience that augmented their BYU education and helped to better prepare them for graduate school and/or industry. Over 400 students will be presenting their research at the 2016 SRC. Following the presentation sessions, students will have the opportunity to visit with corporate sponsors to discuss potential career opportunities. In addition, a pizza luncheon and door prize drawings will be provided by these sponsors.
Abstracts for the 2106 Student Research Conference will be accepted from January 15 to February 26, and may be submitted here. The SRC 2016 schedule will be posted after the abstract deadline submission date at SRC Presenter’s Schedule. The 2016 Student Research Conference will be held on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. in room 1102 of the Jesse Knight Building. For additional information on the conference, please contact Lynn Patten in the CPMS Dean’s Office at email@example.com or call 801.422.4022.
Students may contact their department coordinators for details on presenting at the conference:
- Chemistry & Biochemistry: Professor Todd Bronson
- Computer Science: Professor Bill Barrett
- Geological Sciences: Professor Sam Hudson
- Mathematics: Professor Vianey Villamizar
- Mathematics Education: Professor Scott Hendrickson
- Physics & Astronomy: Professor Grant Hart
- Statistics: Professor Matthew Heaton