Welcome to the digital Meeting of the Minds, an online showcase of student research at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. We encourage you to explore the projects our students completed during the 2020-21 academic year: filter by research area, learn more about the faculty advisers, read the posters and abstracts, and hear from the students directly through brief presentation videos.
Characterization of PDLIM7 expression and localization in cancer cells
The analysis of colorectal cancer tumor-stroma interaction & the optimization of a testing model
Analysis of RNA binding proteins on regulation of tumor suppressor gene PTEN
Preventing and managing MIC for the oil and gas industry in collaboration with Curtin University
Splicing regulation of alternative splicing regulators as a novel therapeutic approach in breast cancer
Inhibition of human placental alkaline phosphatase by L-phenylalanine
Inhibiting PARP1 splicing along with inducing DNA damage as potential breast cancer therapy
The effects of the inhibition of minor intron splicing in breast cancer cells
What is the efficiency of Mg2+ as an activator for calf intestinal alkaline phosphatase (CIP)?
We like what we know: Attitudes towards Qatar’s threatened animal species
We protect what we like: Attitudes towards Qatar’s threatened animal species
Automatic Arabic translation of English educational online content using neural machine translation
Design for a change: Examining the effect of micro-interactions to keep students engaged in reading
Exploring digital resilience in Qatar: A socio-technical perspective
Cooperative and load-balancing auctions for heterogeneous multi-robot teams dealing with spatial and non-atomic tasks
SMLtoCoq: Automated generation of Coq specifications from SML programs
Comparative study on the cost of engineering financial instruments between Islamic and conventional banks
Instructional scaffolding impacts student performance on exit tickets
What’s in a song? Natural Language Processing (NLP) analysis of Billboard Top 100 songs
Success factors of business incubators in Qatar: From the perspective of entrepreneurs
Female entrepreneurship in Qatar: Challenges and recommendations
Deep learning of indoor radio link quality in wireless networks using floor plans
Characterization of the transition of naive fibroblast to cancer associated fibroblasts using 3D co-cultures
Analyzing the impact of COVID-19 on the shipping industry in the GCC region
Student research at CMU-Q
Research is part of the fabric of a Carnegie Mellon education: undergraduates are encouraged to explore new ideas, test hypotheses and share results with the community. Research is work that matters.
Students undertake senior thesis projects, pursue independent studies guided by faculty mentors, initiate their own projects, and partake in summer research programs within Carnegie Mellon University and Education City.
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