Statistics & Computer Science Student Presents at Virtual Statistics Conference
Siyuan (Tom) Zhang ’22 presented a virtual poster about his research at the 2020 Electronic Undergraduate Statistics Research Conference.
Tom, a Statistics and Computer Science double major from Beijing, China, presented a 5-minute video, titled “Investigating the Most Effective Card-Upgrade Strategy in Clash Royale” which was based on research conducted with his mentor, Associate Professor of Statistics Ivan Ramler, as part of his SLU Fellowship project.
The Electronic Undergraduate Statistics Research Conference (eUSR), which runs each fall, is a free online conference where undergraduate statistics & data science students present their work, learn more about careers in statistics & data science, and acquire valuable information about applying to, and succeeding in, graduate school. For more information, go to https://www.causeweb.org/usproc/eusrc/2020
More information about Summer Research Opportunities within the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics can be found at https://www.stlawu.edu/math-computer-science-and-statistics/summer-research-involvement