Rebekah Thompson presented SCAL's transportation research at the TN Section ITE meeting.
Congratulations to Katie for graduating with her B.S. in Computer Science!
Congratulations to Daniel for graduating with his B.S. in Computer Science!
Congratulations to Pete for graduating with his B.S. in Computer Science!
Congratulations to Jose for graduating with his B.S. in Computer Science!
SCAL won CO.LAB Entrepreneurship Award for All-in-One Mapping project..
Projects from SCAL were presented at the College of Engineering and Computer Science's Research Symposium.
Projects from SCAL were presented at the UTC's annual Research Dialogues.
Rebekah Thompson presented "Enhancing Driver Awareness Using See-Through Technology," at SAE's 2018 WCX International Experience
Katie Rouse joined SCAL!
Ph.D. candidate Cristina del Real joined SCAL!
The All-in-One Urban Mobility Mapping Application was presented at the Smart Cities Connect & US Ignite Application Summit in Kansas City, MO by Dr. Mina Sartipi, Jose Stovall, and Rebekah Thompson. Joining them were two partners from Georgia Tech Research Institute, Dr. Alex Samoylov and Rupa Anne.
Dr. Khashayar Kotobi joined SCAL as our new post-doc!
Dr. Mina Sartipi was invited to serve as a panelist on the Student Pipeline at the NSF Workshop on Effective Community-University-Industry Collaboration Models.
Jin Cho presented his research on "A/C Load Forecasting Using Deep Learning" at the International Conference on CSCI.
Dr. Mina Sartipi presented "Smart Cities and Urban S&T" to the UC Foundation.
Congratulations to Jin Cho for graduating with his M.S. Computer Science: Data Science degree and being accepted into the PhD in Computational Science: Computer Science program!
Congratulations to Austin Harris for graduating with his M.S. Computer Science degree!
Dr. Mina Sartipi presented "Mobile Technology for Post-Stroke Recurrence Prevention & Recovery" to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
Rebekah Thompson presented her research "See-Through Technology Using V2X Communication" at the 2017 Mid-Southeast ACM Conference in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Hector Suarez presented his research "mStroke: HIPPA Compliant Data Solution For a Smart Mobile Health Application" at the 2017 Mid-Southeast ACM Conference in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Daniel Velasquez joined SCAL as an undergraduate student to do research
on cooperative mobility simulations for traffic congestion in smart cities
Robert graduated with a B.S. Computer Science degree and promoted to a graduate research assistant at SCAL
Dr. Mina Sartipi was invited by the MetroLab Networks to serve on the panel "Growing Role of City-University Partnerships in Advancing Urban Science" at the Global Teams Challenge.
Our project on “TVA Power Billing Dashboard for Error Detection and Correction Project” has been funded by TVA
Dr. Sartipi was elected to The Enterprise Center Board of Directors
Our project on “Enabling Wireless 3C Technologies for Smart and Connected Cities” has been funded by CEACSE
At the Smart Cities Connect & US Ignite Application Summit in Austin, TX, Dr. Sartipi presented a live demonstration of her research on "Real-Time See Through Technology for Collected Autonomous Vehicles" as the stage streamed footage of cars on an actual Chattanooga street applying these new communication technologies that have major implications for promoting future safety for all city streets. Dr. Sartipi was also interviewed by the news station (featured above).
Link to website containing the interview: http://kxan.com/2017/06/27/ technology-of-tomorrow-on- display-at-smart-cities- conference/
Keith Hollingsworth joined SCAL as an undergraduate student to do research on data analytics
Jose Stovall joined SCAL as an undergraduate student to do research on connected autonomous vehicles
Dr. Mina Sartipi was appointed to the faculty of the Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education.
* The Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education unites resources and capabilities from the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory to promote advanced research and to provide innovative solutions to global challenges in energy, engineering, and computation.
Our journal paper on “Hospital Discharge Disposition of Stroke Patients in the State of Tennessee,” has been accepted and will be published in the Journal of the Southern Medical Association
Our journal paper on "Real-Time Fall Risk Assessment Using Functional Reach Test" has been published by The International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications
Robert Barber joined SCAL as an undergraduate student to do research on connected autonomous vehicles
Our project on “US Ignite: Collaborative Research: Focus Area 1: Fleet Management of Large-Scale Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in Urban Settings” has been funded by NSF