Michael's project was the first-place winner for "Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineering Paper/Presentation" at the University of Evansville's Undergraduate Research Conference in Mathematics, Engineering, and Sciences (MESCON). At the time of this writing, Michael is working for Microsoft in Seattle. Go Seahawks!
In 2010, I published Typicality Effects and Resilience in Evolving Dynamic Associative Networks in the November Symposium Proceedings for the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. The topic of our symposium concerned Complex Adaptive Systems.
Two year's later, UE Philosophy and Cognitive Science Double Major Christopher Harrison and I wrote Information-Theoretic Teleodynamics in Natural and Artificial Systems for A Computable Universe: Understanding Computation and Exploring Nature as Computation, edited by Hector Zenil with a forward by Sir Roger Penrose.
Mr. Harrison and I also presented our research at the Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, Network and Network Analysis for the Humanities, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at the University of California, Los Angeles. The title of our presentation was Hybrid Networks: Transforming Networks for Social and Textual Analysis into Teleodynamic and Predictive Mechanisms. Slides are available by clicking on the previous link.
Currently, Mr. Reisinger is pursuing a Ph.D. in cognitive science at Johns Hopkins University, Mr. Squires is working for Facebook, and Mr. Blankenship is working for Ciholas Technologies in Newburgh, Indiana.