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Through partnerships and fellowships with the National Security Innovation Network, computer science Knights have developed a mobile communication technology for the U.S. Army Reserve.
The multi-institutional work is funded by a nearly $1 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation.
Ariel Turnley is pursuing not one, but two UCF master’s degrees while serving as a digital forensics intern for the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office
The research findings are important since developing life-saving medicines can take billions of dollars and decades of time.
The nearly $5 million project will facilitate human subjects research to improve extended reality technologies for the general population and make them more inclusive to groups such as older adults or people with disabilities.
The $50,000 award allows the university’s team to develop the project with government and community partners.
The researchers behind UCF-101, a challenging action recognition dataset, are being awarded for their impressive collection of 13,320 clips across 101 action categories. The dataset has been cited over 4,000 times since its creation.
Four UCF faculty and 32 doctoral students attended the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference in New Orleans this summer.
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