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“Basically, our system is like Skype on steroids,” says Tay Sen, a PhD student in the lab of Ehsan Hoque, an assistant professor of computer science.More »
Henry Kautz has been appointed to serve a three-year rotation as director of the Division of Information and Intelligent Systems at the National Science Foundation.More »
With 50 US patents, the optics professor is recognized for “creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact.”More »
Developed by Wyatt Tenhaeff’s team and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Safe Impact Resistant Electrolyte is one of R&D Magazine’s top 100 inventions of the year.More »
“Our people and our resources put us in a unique position to gain insights in the field of high-energy-density physics,” says Provost and Senior VP for Research Rob Clark.More »
Zhiyao Duan launched an automatic lyrics display system. The system is able to follow a performance and display lyrics on a large screen in real time in multiple languages.More »
Under a four-year, $2 million NSF grant, Qiang Lin will lead a photonics system integration research project. Learn more about the award and the research here.More »