MSCS, Physics and the College of Arts and Sciences are sponsoring a mini-symposium, poster session and keynote address on Tuesday, April 21, 11 am – 7 pm in Cudahy Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Rong Ge has received an Early Career Development award (CAREER) from the National Science Foundation. Her project is titled "CAREER: Cross-Layer Power-Bounded High Performance Computing on Emerging and Future Heterogeneous Computer Clusters." Her total award over a five-year period is $453,486.
MSCS professor Dr. Daniel Rowe is the PI recipient of a $385,698 NIH National Institutes of Neurological Disease and Stroke funded R21 to research the effects of image processing on human functional magnetic resonance images (fMRIs) that are used to determine brain activation and connectivity.
Dr. Marta Magiera received an Early Career Development award (CAREER) from the National Science Foundation for her project entitled "CAREER: L-MAP: Pre-service Middle School Teachers' Knowledge of Mathematical Argumentation and Proving." This five-year, $791,854 project will examine how middle school pre-service teachers' knowledge of mathematical argumentation and proving develops in teacher preparation programs.