My other focus is Model Integrated Computing. Our latest open source software tool, the Web-based Generic Modeling Environment is a web- and cloud-based, collaborative, configurable toolkit for creating domain-specific visual modeling and program synthesis environments.
I received a Google Research Award to continue our GPS work. (August 2014)
Our paper "Accurate Real-Time Relative Localization Using Single-Frequency GPS" was accepted for SenSys 2014. We will also present a demo of the system. (August 2014)
Our shooter localization technology licensed by a small company was tested in a school. (August 2014)
Our team (Rigved Joshi, Will Hedgecock and I) received an NSF I-Corps award for the Fall 2014 cohort in Austin TX. (July 2014)
Addisu Taddese, one of my Ph.D. students received a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. (April 2014)
Two of my students, Will Hedgecock and Sandor Szilvasi, have successfully defended their Ph.D. dissertations. (March 2014)
Mike Fitzpatrick and I received a grant from MathWorks to turn CS 103 into a MOOC. We plan to create the course in the fall and deliver it through Coursera starting in January 2015l. (March, 2014)
Institute for Software Integrated Systems
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