Francis de Beixedon

Undergraduate Research Fellow
Class of 2023 | Undeclared

Francis de Beixedon is from Los Angeles with interest in political science, economics, and history. He was first introduced to Professor Jaskot as a member of the pSearch Pre-Orientation program and is excited to embark on his first exploration of humanities research at the Wired! Lab.


Projects

Digital Public Buildings in North Carolina

Daniel Castro

Undergraduate Research Fellow
Class of 2020 | Major in Civil Engineering (Structural Focus), Certificate in Architectural Engineering

Daniel Castro is a senior studying civil engineering with a certificate in architectural engineering. Daniel is working on the Book of Fortresses project with Professor Triplett and sees this project as the perfect opportunity to combine his engineering knowledge with his interests in architecture and history. Outside of this project, Daniel works with the American Society of Civil Engineers.


Projects

Book of Fortresses

Lilly Clark

Undergraduate Research Fellow
Class of 2022 | Major in Statistics, Minor in Visual Media Studies

Lilly is a classical musician and avid thrifter with a strong interest in design, documentary filmmaking, and art history. She was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, and hopes to further research the interaction of female self-image with oral traditions and modern media. She is studying Statistics, Visual Media Studies, and Arabic to investigate current migration trends and treatment of refugees, as well as to develop new, creative methods for narrative presentation.


Projects

Art of the Americas Interactive

Cyan DeVeaux

Undergraduate Research Fellow
Class of 2020 | Interdepartmental Major in Computer Science and Visual & Media Studies

Cyan DeVeaux is a sophomore at Duke pursuing an interdepartmental major between Computer Science and Visual & Media Studies. This interdisciplinary major reflects her interest in the intersection between technology, the humanities, and art. In the Wired! Lab, Cyan is part of the “Book of Fortresses” project with Dr. Edward Triplett. Outside of the lab, she works for Duke PepsiCo Education Technology and is marketing chair for Duke Wiring With Women, an undergraduate organization dedicated to supporting underrepresented groups in computing.


Projects

Book of Fortresses

Angelo Guo

Angelo Guo

Class of 2022 | Major in Computer Science, I&E certificate

Angelo is a sophomore from West Windsor, New Jersey pursuing a major in Computer Science and a certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. He’s currently working on an agent-based modeling system and helping to redesign the software infrastructure behind the simulation program. Outside of class, he loves dancing with Defining Movement.


Projects

Agent Based 3D Spatial Humanities Simulations

Hillman Han

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2021

My name is Hillman (Jiaye Han). I am a freshman and my potential major is Art History. I have practiced art for more than ten years with different techniques. My interests reach out to quite a lot of fields but my strongest one still lies in art and architecture.


Projects

Book of Fortresses

Emma Keaton

Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Trinity Class of 2022 | Major in Art History, Minors in Italian and Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Emma Keaton, Class of 2022, is pursuing a major in Art History and minors in Italian and Medieval & Renaissance Studies. Outside the Wired! Lab, she is involved with the Native American Student Alliance and the Duke Canine Cognition’s Puppy Kindergarten program, and works in the Reproduction Department of the Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library.


Projects

The Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database

Niko Hobart

Niko Hobart

Undergraduate Research Fellow
Class of 2023 | Major in Computer Science, Minor in Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

Niko is a freshman from San Francisco and is currently pursuing a Major in Computer Science with a minor in Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (Chinese concentration). He is currently helping to construct an Agent Based Modeling system with the goal of running spatial humanities simulations through it.


Projects

Agent Based 3D Spatial Humanities Simulations

Ashley (Hojung) Kwon

Bass Connections
Class of 2021 | Major in Computer Science & Art History

Ashley (Hojung) Kwon is from Seoul, South Korea pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Art History. In the Wired! Lab, she builds 3D models of East Campus buildings as a member of the Building Duke project.


Projects

Building Duke

Brenden Li

Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Trinity Class of 2022 | Major in Biology, Minor in Chemistry and History

Brenden Li, Class of 2022, is majoring in Biology and minoring in Chemistry and History. He is a student collaborator in the Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database project, specializing in wartime images.


Projects

The Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database