Harmonizing the wireless world

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Professor Song Min Kim investigates on the interplay between wireless technologies, to effectively support massive-scale networks in the Internet of Things.  

Automated Generation of Action and Object Semantics for Virtual Worlds

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The laboratory for Games and Intelligent Animation (GAIA)  focuses on research at the crossroads of animation, artificial intelligence, and psychology in the simulation of virtual humans for games, computer animation, and virtual environments.

Skinning Vector Graphics

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Professor Yotam Gingold highlights a visually exciting project related to computer graphics and animation. 

Discrete, Sampling-based Models of Conformational Switching in Protein Molecules

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One of the research thrusts in the Shehu lab is understanding the modulation of biological activity in protein molecules via a process known as conformational switching. One of the ways we do so is by designing powerful, sample-based algorithms to extract a discrete representation of the conformational space of a protein and additionally model switching between conformations of interest.

Multiagent Research with Flockbots

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We present an open design for a small, $500 robot suitable for "swarm"-style multiagent research, mobile sensor communications exploration, robotics education, and other tasks.