Pomona College students are working with Assistant Professor of Computer Science Anthony Clark on computer simulations, exploring how to train autonomous robots to navigate the college campus using machine learning.
Associate Professor of History Angelina Chin researches the global history of assistive technologies, starting with East Asia, and is developing a website to teach the public about different types of assistive technologies.
The National Science Foundation awarded a $114,000 grant to geology department chair Jade Star Lackey. He and fellow researchers will measure halogen concentrations in igneous rocks that formed California’s Sierra Nevadas.
The Institute for Inclusive Excellence will serve as the hub for existing Pomona programs that foster inclusive environments, develop new programming, and provide program assessment and outcomes reporting.
College students in Southern California can take part in collaborative multi-institutional ecological research with fellow students and professors thanks to the leadership of Pomona College biologists Nina Karnovsky and Wallace "Marty" Meyer.
Five Pomona College students in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program have an opportunity to engage with faculty in research projects having potential to help improve medical treatments and contribute to human well-being.