Congratulations to Dr. Sumanta Pattanaik on receiving $101,912 from the NSF for a project titled “CGV: Medium: Collaborative Research: A Unified Approach to Material Appearance Modeling”.
Congratulations to Drs. Sumit Jha and Narsingh Deo for a grant of $2,500 from Georgia State University for a project titled “Adoption of Parallel Programming on Heterogeneous Platforms in the CS Curriculum at University of Central Florida”.
Congratulations to Dr. Haiyan (Nancy) Hu for receiving $416,456 from the NSF for a project titled “ABI Innovation: Computational Analysis of microRNA Binding”.
Congratulations to Dr. Joseph LaViola who, with Steve Fiore (IST/Philosophy) received $260K from the Office of Naval Research for a project titled: “Interactive Visualization In Support Of Decision Making Under Uncertainty”.
Congratulations to Dr. Sumit Jha for receiving $54,333 in new funding from CyberRisk Partners, LLC for a project titled “The Design and Validation of Computational Models for Cyberinsurance Pricing”.
Associate Professor Gita Sukthankar has been appointed to the Information Science and Technology study group for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
Congratulations to Dr. Avelino Gonzalez on receiving $314,011 in new funding from the NSF for a project titled: “SCH: INT: Collaborative Research: Diagnostic Driving: Real Time Driver Condition Detection Through Analysis of Driving Behavior”.
Congratulations to Dr. Avelino Gonzalez on receiving $231,974 from the NSF in new funding from the NSF for a project titled: “IRES: Avatar based Adaptive Storytelling System”.
Congratulations to Dr. Mubarak Shah and Dr. Niels da Vitoria Lobo on receiving $600,000 from the NSF for a project titled: “RET Site: Research Experiences for Teachers in Computer Vision and Bio-Medical Imaging.”
Congratulations to Dr. Sumit Jha on receiving a $16,000 REU supplement from the National Science foundation for a grant titled “XPS: EXPL: FP: Collaborative Research: Formal methods based algorithmic synthesis of more-than-Moore nano-crossbars for extreme-scale computing.”