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Local residents present at U of E research conference March 23

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EVANSVILLE – The University of Evansville announces local residents were selected to present original research at the University’s ninth annual MESCON; a math, engineering and science undergraduate research conference.
They were as follows:
Dylan Kleemann of Tell City, majoring in civil engineering, gave a presentation titled “Multi-use Trail Design for Evansville Area Trails Coalition.”
Amanda Hopf of Birdseye, majoring in civil engineering, gave a presentation titled “Multi-use Trail Design for Evansville Area Trails Coalition.”
Max Kitten of Ferdinand, majoring in civil engineering, gave a presentation titled “Multi-use Trail Design for Evansville Area Trails Coalition.”
The conference took place March 23 in the Koch Center for Engineering and Science. Approximately 125 students from eight midwestern universities participated in this year’s MESCON. Members of the University of Evansville faculty and professional community judged students’ presentations both on quality and technical merits.
Following a keynote address by James McLurkin, assistant professor of computer science at Rice University and former lead research scientist for iRobot Corp., monetary awards were presented for outstanding research.
MESCON 2013 was sponsored by CIHOLAS, Inc., with additional funding from Mead Johnson.