Awards

The CMTC team has received awards for excellence in research, presentations, and projects.


DI Team member Ryan Breuer received a 2nd place award in the Arts and Media category at CU Denver’s 2021 Annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium. Ryan’s research project was supported by a 2020 EUReCA! Work-Study Award.


Ryan Breuer and the Five Points to Five Notes project team received an “If I Can’t Fix It Milestone Award” from the Lewis Family as part of their 2021 awards and recognition for CU Denver student projects. Ryan has served as a team co-lead and project manager for the Five Points to Five Notes project during his time at the CMTC. Congratulations to Ryan and the team! Learn more about the project here, and the other awardees for 2021 here.


DI Team member Anthony Porcaro received a 2nd place award in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences category at CU Denver’s Virtual Summer 2020 Research Symposium. Anthony’s research project was supported by a 2020 EUReCA! Summer Fellowship.


Ishea Lee, Keeley Elliott, and the Domain of Discourse project team received an “If I Can’t Fix It Milestone Award” from the Lewis Family as part of the 2020 awards and recognition for CU Denver student projects. Ishea and Keeley have served as a co-leads for the Domain of Discourse project during their time at the CMTC. Congratulations to Ishea, Keeley, and the team! Learn more about the other awardees for 2020 here.


Afu Vue and the Community Gym project team received an “If I Can’t Fix It Milestone Award” from the Lewis Family as part of the 2020 awards and recognition for CU Denver student projects. Afu served as a lead for the Community Gym project during his time at the CMTC. Congratulations to Afu and the team! Learn more about the other awardees for 2020 here.


Awarded a core science grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) grant no. 1602428; 2018 Biomedical and Health Informatics Conference Best Paper Award (~14% oral acceptance rate). Paper awardered: Behavioral Analysis of Turbulent Exhale Flows Shane Transue (PhD student), Sayed Mohsin Reza (PhD student), Ann C. Halbower (MD Pulmonary Medicine) and Min Choi (CMTC Co-Director)