Prior to joining UT Austin, I graduated with a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Arkansas, where I was advised by Professor Justin Zhan. I have also been working with the CORGi Research Group at Carnegie Mellon University with Professor Nathan Beckmann.
Research Experience for Undergraduates in Software Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
Honors Research Experience, University of Arkansas
"MitoCellPhe reveals mitochondrial morphologies in single fibroblasts and clustered stem cells," Ajibola B. Bakare, Fibi Meshrkey, Benjamin Lowe, Carson Molder, Raj R. Rao, Justin Zhan, and Shilpa Iyer. American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology. September 2021.
"Learning Medical Materials from Radiography Images," Carson Molder, Benjamin Lowe, and Justin Zhan. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. June 2021.
"Using Deep Learning to Analyze Materials in Medical Images," Carson Molder. Honors Thesis. 2021.
"Enhancing Optocoupler Effectiveness at High Temperatures with Luminescent Wide-Bandgap Semiconductors," Denver Eagar and Carson Molder. 10th Annual Honors Engineering Symposium. 2018.
[09/2021] Our paper on MitoCellPhe has been published in the American Journal of Physiology.
[06/2021] "Learning Medical Materials from Radiograhy Images" has been published in Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence.
[04/2021] I am excited to announce that I will be attending UT Austin this fall to pursue a PhD in computer science!
[04/2021] I was selected as the 2021 Computer Engineering Outstanding Senior for the U of A's CSCE Department.
[03/2021] I was selected as an Honorable Mention for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.