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Hurricane Active Sensing

As another hurricane season begins, a computational science and engineering faculty member and two Ph.D. students at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University aim to improve tropical forecasting and modeling by deploying drones to collect data from the eye of hurricanes. Hyoshin Park, Ph.D., and Ph.D. candidates Larkin Folsom and Justice Darko will explore […]

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Chancellor Martin Recognizes LEARN Lab

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Park & NASA-JPL Education

Finding the best driving route for a Mars rover isn’t as easy as turning on a navigation app – but John Park and Hiro Ono want to make it so. A program at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is helping them turn their idea into a reality, all while promoting diversity in STEM. A tenure-track faculty […]

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Information Theoretic Navigation

Imagine you are a food writer for a magazine, sent to a city for a day to discover and report on local cuisine. You have three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) over which to gather information and maximize your visit to create the clearest impression for your readers. As you come into town, you have […]

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New NSF Project

Congratulations to Park Lab, who received a NSF Robust Intelligence Grant for next 3 years starting October 2019. The project title is “Information-theoretic Multiagent Paths for Anticipatory Control of Tasks (IMPACT)” and more details here. Abstract