Here are links to final projects and presentations from the Symposium
Spectacular. Congratulations to all the teams for
impressive work and engaging presentations!
UVA Students and COVID Spread
Maxwell Patek, Nate Strawser, Nicolas Izurrategui, Muxuan Yan
Pizza-Winning Presentation: Video
Project Site: http://people.virginia.edu/~my2pk/infection-simulator/sites/
Source Code: https://github.com/max7patek/infection-simulator
COVID-19 Interactive Simulator
Will Define, Shen Yan, Christian Paget, Brienne Tyler
Pizza-Winning Presentation: Video
Project Site: https://wdefine.github.io/mmmfinalproject/
Optimizing your COVID-19 Finances: A Survival Guide
Disha Jain, Sindhu Ranga, Jason Quinn, Sameer Gupta
Presentation: Video, Presentation Slides
NLP for COVID19
Eric Wang, Serena Jiao, Megan Cheng, Christine Cheng
Rebecca Zhou, Avery Burton, Eimara Mirza, Louisa Evola
Project Site: https://sites.google.com/virginia.edu/contact-tracing/home
Risky Business | An Analysis of Health Risk Factors
Anna Davis, Courtney Jacobs, Sally Greenberg, Chris Puglisi
Project Site: https://mmms20-riskybusiness.ue.r.appspot.com/"
Income and Occupation Effects on Social Distancing
Ryan Keller, Zac Bilmen, Ravi Kodali, Jami Park
Project Site: https://github.com/zb3qk/Social-Distancing-By-Occupation
Inside China’s Two-Child Policy
Margaret Cheng, Sophia Cheung, Yilin Huang, Yutong Zhong
Project Site: https://yh3mw1.wixsite.com/mmm-2
Soccer Player Ratings
Joe Karaki, Jack Short
Hotel Occupancy Optimization
Sam Spreen, Arjun Iyer, Ashwin Krishnamurthi, Rohan Malladi
Project Report: PDF
COVID-19 Stock Exploration and Time Series Analysis
Faisal Refai, Misran Dolan, Hisham Iqbal
Presentation: Video, Slides
COVIM: COVID-19 Intervention Modeling
Kiara Gan, Aaron Ho, Rashid Lasker, Eli Lifland
Project Site: https://covim.herokuapp.com/
Analyzing the Impacts of Covid 19 Through Travel Data
Saeed Razavi, Sharvari Bhatt, Leon Smith, Yi Fan Lim, Lydia Kim
Project Site: https://saeedrazavi.github.io/MMMAnalyzing-Economic-Impacts-of-COVID-19-Through-Travel-Data/
The schedule for the Final Projects Symposium Spectacular is below,
starting at 2:00pm on Wednesday, 29 April at https://virginia.zoom.us/j/97366214060.
|Start Time ||Project Title ||Team|
|2:00 PM ||Optimizing your COVID-19 Finances: A Survival Guide||Disha Jain, Sindhu Ranga, Jason Quinn, Sameer Gupta|
|2:15 PM||NLP for COVID19||Eric Wang, Serena Jiao, Megan Cheng, Christine Cheng||2:25 PM||Effect of Contact Tracing on the Spread of COVID-19||Rebecca Zhou, Avery Burton, Eimara Mirza, Louisa Evola
|2:35 PM||Risky Business | An Analysis of Health Risk Factors||Anna Davis, Courtney Jacobs, Sally Greenberg, Chris Puglisi|
|2:45 PM||Income and Occupation Effects on Social Distancing||Ryan Keller, Zac Bilmen, Ravi Kodali, Jami Park|
|2:55 PM||UVA Students and COVID Spread||Maxwell Patek, Nate Strawser, Nicolas Izurrategui, Muxuan Yan|
|3:05 PM||Inside China's Two-Child Policy||Margaret Cheng, Sophia Cheung, Yilin Huang, Yutong Zhong|
|3:15 PM||Walk Around Your Room Break|
|3:30 PM||Soccer Player Ratings||Joe Karaki, Jack Short|
|3:40 PM||Hotel Occupancy Optimization||Sam Spreen, Arjun Iyer, Ashwin Krishnamurthi, Rohan Malladi|
|3:50 PM||COVID-19 Stock Exploration and Time Series Analysis||Faisal Refai, Misran Dolan, Hisham Iqbal|
|4:00 PM||COVID-19 Interactive Simulator||Will Define, Shen Yan, Christian Paget, Brienne Tyler|
|4:10 PM||COVIM: COVID-19 Intervention Modeling||Kiara Gan, Aaron Ho, Rashid Lasker, Eli Lifland|
|4:20 PM||Analyzing the Impacts of Covid 19 Through Travel Data||Saeed Razavi, Sharvari Bhatt, Leon Smith, Yi Fan Lim, Lydia Kim
We discussed results from the survey and plans for the rest of the semester.
Slides on Survey and Plans (PDF)
The scheduled class meetings on Thursday, 23 April and Tuesday,
28 April will be open office hours for discussions about any topic
you are interested in, including your final projects. This will be an
opportunity to get feedback or advice on any issues for your project,
including both techincal and research issues, as well as on planning
your presentation. You are also encouraged to use these times as
opportunities to coordinate with your team and work on completing your
project. You can also you the time on April 28 to test out presenting
using zoom and experiment with different options you mnight want to
use in your project presentation.
Final Project Submissions
Final project submissions are due Tuesday, 28 April, 2:59pm. For
the project submssion, you will submit a form with your project title,
team members, URL (if you have a public project site), and answer
questions about whether or not you want your presentation recorded and
shared, and if you would like to request more than 10 minutes for your
presentation. It is not necessary to submit a formal project report
or paper if the website you submit is self-contained (e.g., if it is a
code repository, it should include a
README.md that explains the
purpose of your project and describes your results).
Final Projects Symposium Spectacular!
Wednesday, 29 April, 2:00-4:30pm we will hold a Final Projects
Symposium Spectacular! This will be in our favorite zoom meeting
room. Due to limitations of current Internet
Protocols, we regret that the
symposium will be BYOB.
Each team will have up to 10 minutes to present your project (unless
you pre-arranged for additional time). Your presentation can be a
demo, slide show, puppet show, musical, video, or any other form of
presentation that you can transmit through zoom.
Chapter 21 of Networks, Crowds, and Markets: Reasoning about a
Highly Connected World
by David Easley and Jon Kleinberg covers many of the topics from today’s class.
Final Plans summaries the plans for the rest of the semester, that were discussed in Class 26.
Talk and discussion with Adam Davis,from Upstart, an AI lending
platform, on business analytics and his experiences as a new employee
at a startup company.
(A video is available for students in the class, but not publicly.)