Mobile app for NetsBlox designed by CS grad students wins award

In thinking about developing an app for NetsBlox, a block-based programming language that introduces coding to young learners, Devin Cruz Jean asked himself a simple question: Would he, as a middle school or early high school student, be interested in the data sets NetsBlox could access? The answer was no.

Vanderbilt RIAPS to collaborate on $4.8 million ARPA-E microgrid control project

Vanderbilt computer engineers will collaborate with colleagues at North Carolina State University on a new $4.8 million project to develop technology to co-design and control microgrids.

Gunshot detection technology developed at ISIS leads to arrest in Las Vegas shooting

Within seconds of the first shot in late August 2021, 16 sensors located along the Freemont Street Experience pedestrian mall provided the precise location and video—captured immediately before and after the shooting. The data led to the identification and eventual arrest of the suspect.

ARMS Cyber Earns Phase II Grant from the U.S. Air Force

 VU-ISIS Alumni Founded Company ARMS Cyber recently earned a $750,000 Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer grant from the U.S. Air Force and the grand proze in a tech startup competition hosted by VetsinTech and JPMorgan Chase.

Postdoc Positions for Smart Cyber Physical Systems at Vanderbilt University

Postdoc positions are available in decision theory and big data for smart cities in the ScopeLab at Institute for Software Integrated Systems, Vanderbilt University. Applicants must have a background in decision theory, AI, distributed systems, or related areas. They must also be interested in practical applications of research for cities. 

Vanderbilt team first to win VentureWell E-Team Stage 2 Grant for tech-driven environmental monitoring startup Intelligent Systems

Tim DarrahIntelligent Systems, an indoor air quality monitoring startup founded by Tim Darrah, a Ph.D. student in computer science and a NASA fellow, has won a stage 2 grant from VentureWell. Intelligent Systems is the first Vanderbilt team to be accepted into this program.