Gabriel Shindnes presented our work at Jupytercon. Thanks to the Midwest Big Data Hub and datascience.com
Richard Sowers is awarded an NSF grant I-Corps: Data Analytics for Hand-Picked Agriculture.
Congratulations to Derrek Yager, who has accepted a position as Lecturer in Residence in the Mathematics Department of Bradley University.
Professors Dan Work and Richard Sowers are awarded an NSF grant on Signatures and Barcodes: Data-driven Understanding of Transportation System Performance during Extreme Events
Congratulations to Ramakrishnan Narayanan for finishing his M.S. thesis “Exploring image recognition: applying convoluted neural networks and learning to recognize safe cyclists”.
A Smart Power Outlet for Electric Devices That Can Benefit from Real-Time Pricing by Vikram Ramavarapu, Richard Sowers and Ramavarapu Sreenivas has been accepted to the 2017 International Conference on Control, Electronics, Renewable Energy, and Communications
Congestion Barcodes: Exploring the Topology of Urban Congestion Using Persistent Homology by Yu Wu, Gabriel Shindnes, Vaibhav Karve, Derrek Yager, Daniel B. Work, Arnab Chakraborty, and Richard B. Sowers has been accepted to the IEEE 20th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation
‘A Brain Computer Interface Approach To Examine Changes In Anxiety While Walking In A Virtually Infinite World’, by Rachneet Kaur, Daan Michiels, Vivek Kaushik, Martin Bantchev, Manuel Hernandez, Richard Sowers, accepted as a poster presentation at the 2017 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting
Congratulations, Derrek Yager, who will be taking a summer internship with the NYC Department of Transportation.
R.S. is a collaborator on a funded Jump/Arches proposal (M. Hernandez and D. Lamichhane are the PI’s) ‘Simulation of postural dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease’.