Zhenlin received an NSF research award with a total budget of $375,000. This is a 3-year project with a title of “CSR:Small: Effective Sampling-Based Miss Ratio Curves: Theory and Practice”. In this project, Zhenlin and his students will use miss ratio curves (MRCs), which relate cache miss ratio to cache size, to model working set and cache locality. The project develops a new cache locality theory to construct MRCs effectively and then applies it to several caching or memory management systems.
Tim received a DoD Army Research Office research award with a budget of $99,779 during the first year. This is also a 3-year project with a total budget of $1,066,799. The project is titled “Multisensor Analysis and Algorithm Development for Detection and Classification of Buried and Obscured Targets.” Tim and his students will develop new algorithms to detect and classify buried objects, one of the important research areas for ARO.
Philart received a research award from Hyundai Motor Company in the amount of $130,236. The project is entitled, “Novel In-vehicle Interaction Design and Evaluation”. Philart and his students will investigate the effectiveness of an in-vehicle control system and culture-specific sound preference.
Congratulations Zhenlin, Tim, and Philart! Thanks for the great job!