This Overton High School student’s work is being featured in two science publications
Overton High School senior Yasmin Alvarado-Rayo is being published in the IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine and Young Scientist journal for her work on a modular robotics kit that can be used to support STEM education.
Yasmin, pictured right, is a student in the Overton Academy of Health Sciences.
As part of the team at The School for Science and Math at Vanderbilt, she will share publication honors for “eSMAC: an Affordable Modular Robotic Kit for Integrated STEM Education.”
The rest of the team members for the publication include include: Vanderbilt postdoctoral student Ekawahyu Susilo, Vanderbilt undergraduate student Jianing Liu, Vanderbilt undergraduate student Ashley Melissa Peck, Hume-Foggg teacher Justin Montenegro, local high school teacher Mark Gonyea, and Vanderbilt engineering faculty member Dr. Pietro Valdastri.
Yasmin worked in Vanderbilt’s STORM lab with Dr. Pietro Valdastri and her SSMV mentor was Dr. Stephanie Weeden-Wright.
Click here to visit the Young Scientist journal website.
Click here to visit the IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine website.
Posted on March 16, 2016, in Community Partners, District, Educators, News, Schools, Students and tagged IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, metro nashville public schools, Overton High School, ssmv, Young Scientists journal. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.