Weihua Zhou, assistant professor, Health Informatics, and member of the ICC’s Center for Data Sciences, is the principal investigator on a project that has received a $24,497 federal pass-through research and development grant from Tulane University. The project is titled, “Trans-Omics Integration of Multi-Omics Studies for Male Osteoporosis.” This is a 7-1/2 month project.
PI Saeid Nooshabadi (CS/ECE/CCSR), “SHF: Medium: Investigation Into the Parallel Architectures for the Efficient Implementation of MultiView Analytics for Intelligent Video Surveillance Systems,” NSF
PI Yushin Ahn (SoT) and Co-PIs Eugene Levin (SoT), Tim Scarlett (SS) and CK Shene (CS), “Hybrid Methodology for Documentation and Visualization of Industrial Heritage Based on Remote Sensing and Computer Vision [DoVI-Heritage],” US Department of Interior/National PArk Service
PI Charles Wallace and Co-PIs Leo Ureel and Shreya Kumar (CS), “Agile Communicators: Preparing Students for Communication-Intensive Software Development Through Inquiry, Critique and Reflection,” NSF
PI Ali Ebenasir (CS), “Colloborative Research: Breakthrough: Integrating Fault-Tolerance and Tamper Evidence for Cyber-Physical Systems,” NSF
PI Timothy C. Havens (ECE) and Co-PIs Laura Elizabeth Brown (CS), Saeid Nooshabadi (ECE) and Allan Struthers (Math), “BIGDATA: F: DKA: Heterogeneous Algorithms for Media Mining in Big Data Using Massively-Parallel Architectures,” National Science Foundation.