Congratulations to Dr. Michael E. Cotterell for being selected for participation in the 2019-2020 Teaching Academy Fellows Program—an early-career mentoring program at the University of Georgia.
A National Science Foundation (NSF) funded research project being conducted in the Data Intensive Pervasive Systems Lab has been recently featured on Science Nation. This research project aims to harness Internet of Things (IoT) and data analytics for accurately mapping and analyzing urban heat islands. This project is being funded by the NSF under the smart and connected communities program.
Congratulations to Dr. Kyu Hyung Lee for receiving a 3-year NSF grant for the proposal titled: "OAC Core: Small: Collaborative Research: Data Provenance Infrastructure towards Robust and Reliable Data Sharing and Analytics, 3-years, PI Kyu Hyung Lee."
Congratulations to Dr. Ramviyas Nattanmai Parasuraman and Dr. Prashant Doshi for being funded a project titled “From Toys to Robots for Active Learning in Robotics and AI Education” under the Learning Technologies Grant (LTG) program of UGA. The purpose of the LTG program is to enhance teaching and learning at the University of Georgia through the innovative use of technology.
Congratulations to Dr. Kyu Hyung Lee for receiving a 4-year NSF grant for the proposal titled:
"SaTC: CORE: Medium: Collaborative: Doctor WHO: Investigation and Prevention of Online Content Management System Abuse."
This is a collaborative project with Georgia Tech and the University of Virginia.
Congratulations to Dr. Eman Saleh for being selected to participate in the 2019-2020 Fellows for Innovative Teaching program. The FIT program is a prestigious program for faculty who have demonstrated a willingness and commitment to innovate in their classrooms in service of meaningful student learning.
Congratulations to our 2018-2019 academic year award winners:
Dr. Bill Hollingsworth - Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
Dr. Prashant Doshi and Dr. Shannon Quinn - Outstanding Faculty Research Award
Shu Zhang - Best PhD Dissertation Award
Danny Lee and Matthew Pooser - Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award
The Department of Computer Science held its annual commencement ceremony for Spring and Summer 2019 graduates on Thursday, May 9th. Congratulations and best wishes to all of our new alumni who are now embarking on the next chapter of their lives!
HeRo lab conducts experimental and application-oriented research in heterogeneous robotics systems of varying functionalities and mobility capabilities. Specifically, the current research focus are on multi-robot systems, wireless networks, intelligent & intuitive teleoperation, robotics applied in nuclear, radioactive, rescue, disaster, and challenging environments, and machine learning applications to multi-agent systems.