SuperCollider 2022: Investigating Questions In-Person

SuperCollider 2020 took place in February 2020, as COVID-19 was spreading on the other side of the world. One month later, our entire country would be shut down for months, along with the research of our KY NSF EPSCoR participants. Thankfully, two years later, those same participants, alongside some new faces, were finally able to gather together in person for SuperCollider 2022 at the Speed School Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.

Hosted by the University of Louisville, the collaborative program followed a familiar format: presentations from principal investigators, a networking lunch, a meeting with the Industrial Advisory Board, and then finally, and most importantly, a student poster session. Due to COVID-19, this was for many the students the first opportunity to present their research in person. The posters were judged by Post-Doc scholars, and the winners announced at the end of the program.


We are proud to offer the entire presentation section of the program below:


High School 

Sahil Krishnani, Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science 


Brooke Ritz, University of Louisville

Karthik Sricharan Malyala Venkata, University of Louisville

Natalie Warning, University of Louisville

Katherine Rogers, Eastern Kentucky University

Grad – MS

Jessica Bone, Eastern Kentucky University

Anish Raut, Morehead State

Ahmet Kaan Aydin, Western Kentucky University

Grad- PhD

Keerthan Raghavendra Rao, University of Kentucky 

Madison Bates, University of Kentucky

Johnathan George, University of Louisville

Congratulations to the student presentation winners! We’ve posted a few highlight student presenation clips from the event below. KY NSF EPSCoR would like to thank all the participants, organizers, and the University of Louisville for making SuperCollider 2022 a success.